Top Ingredients for Fighting Hyperpigmentation

Ingredients To Help Achieve a More Even Skin Tone

The essence of younger looking skin is radiance. It’s that rosy glow that children have naturally. And the older you get, the less radiant your skin becomes. You see, attaining a brighter complexion isn’t easy. The process requires two specific steps: exfoliation to remove discoloration and melanin inhibitors to limit hyperpigmentation. Two steps to radiance – one without the other is simply not good enough. That’s why one-step lighteners and brighteners just don’t work. Here’s what to look for to get the most out of your brightening products:

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What Is Hyperpigmentation?

The Problem: Dark Spots and Uneven Skin Tone

Hyperpigmentation, according to the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology, is a common, usually harmless condition in which patches of skin become darker in color than the normal surrounding skin. Known by many names such as brown spots, liver spots, age spots, sunspots, melasma, pregnancy mask and solar lentigines, hyperpigmentation can affect the skin color of people of any race, and usually appears on the face, hands and other areas commonly exposed to the sun.

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