Dark spots, discoloration of the skin or hyperpigmentation refers to any darkening of the skin. Patches of the skin may become darker in color, and it can be caused by several things, including acne scars, too much sun exposure, hormones due to pregnancy or even eczema or psoriasis.
We've compiled a few tips to help you fight hyperpigmentation!
USE SUNSCREEN DAILY!
This may seem obvious, but it's still shocking how many people skip this step. Sunscreen is not only your #1 defense against sunspots, but also against premature aging.
USE A LIGHTENING SERUM
Lightening creams such as our Hyperpigmentation Cream is a unique cream that illuminates dull and stressed-out skin with natural ingredients which help in minimizing pigmentation marks such as brown skin patches, refines skin tone, and diminishes blemishes. Our brightening component contains Sophora Flavescens (from a tree in China) and Kiwi Root (Actinidia Chinesis), it targets specific pigmentation problems and has produced 94-greasy effectiveness of kojic acid (without toxicity). Using a modified base of mango cream and natural oils of avocado, grapeseed, sweet almond, sunflower and vitamin E this non-oily topical can be used as a moisturizer too, so you do not need to use multiple creams.
DON'T PICK YOUR SKIN!
You've heard it before. We know those blemishes are tempting, but you must resist! Picking causes more damage to the skin and increases the chance of skin darkening or scarring.
BOOST CELL TURNOVER
Use a Night Cream in your regimen to boost cell turnover. This will allow your skin brighteners to work more effectively.
SEE YOUR KALOLA FACIALIST AND BOOK A SPECIALITY FACIAL!
Depending on the severity of your hyperpigmentation, you may be able to see a dramatic difference after just one-two weeks. We can recommend a peel, microdermabrasion or high-frequency light therapy to speed up the progress. You'll see your skin a whole new light!
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