Hyperpigmentation - What You Should Know
While increased pigmentation usually isn’t harmful, it can be a symptom of a medical condition. Hyperpigmentation occurs when the skin produces more melanin which gives our skin its color. There are several types of hyperpigmentation, the common ones being melasma, sunspots, and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
There are several reasons why hyperpigmentation is on the rise.
- Hormonal changes that occur during various times in our lives may cause uneven skin tone or hyperpigmentation.
- Some conditions may cause hyperpigmentation in older women.
- Not wearing sunscreen daily.
- Pollution is a less-known cause of hyperpigmentation, according to research published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology Prescription.
How do our products reduce hyperpigmentation?
Our skin lightening cream contains the following ingredients:
a) Safe botanical ingredients that are proven to diminish pigmentation.
b) Antioxidants to protect your skin from inflammation.
c) Natural anti-inflammatory ingredients that may diminish the
years of damage from the environment and also protect it from further damage.
Preventive care is essential even if you don't already have visible signs of damage. Wear sunscreen every day when you step out of the house. While it is a good idea to cover one's body and wear a hat, it is still essential to wear a sunscreen of at least SPF30.