Sun exposure is the main factor, but Hyperpigmentation can also be aggravated by other factors, including hormones during pregnancy or the contraceptive pill, certain medications, acne, melasma and post inflammatory discolouration.
UV protection/ sunscreen is paramount in the treatment of pigmentation and will help prevent excess melanin production. Apply it daily and all year round, not just in the summer (Step 5)
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There are many options when assessing the best pigmentation treatment: laser therapy, chemical peels and microdermabrasion. They work by removing or resurfacing the top layers of skin, revealing a brighter, lighter looking skin. Pigmentation treatment products are far less invasive than lightening options. Our highly effective pigmentation ranges contain cutting edge technology like Kojic Acid,Alpha-Arbutin,Phytic acid,sabi white,Skin brightening peptides,Vitamin C,Azelaic Acid,Licorice and Mulberry.
Using exfoliants can also help fade pigmentation by speeding up cell turnover and accelerating the natural peeling of pigmented or dead skin cells and stimulating new skin cells growth. Exfoliants such as AHA's,NeoGlucosamin and Retinol also have added anti-aging benefits and can bring faster results when used in combination with a lightening treatment.
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