Got Hyperpigmentation? Here are 3 Easy Steps to Fight It!


Ladies, let’s talk about it… hyperpigmentation. We’ve all dealt with it at some point whether from gaining sun spots, scars left from injuries, or hormonal imbalances (ugh hormones).   Hyperpigmentation, although harmless, sometimes isn’t pretty.

Hyperpigmentation occurs when patches of skin become darker in color than the surrounding skin. This darkening occurs when melanin forms deposits in the skin (source). Age spots, melasma, and acne marks are common forms of hyperpigmentation. 

There are many reasons for hyperpigmentation- pregnancy, certain health conditions such as Addison’s disease, the use of certain medications, etc. Now that we know what it is. We need to know how to get rid of it!

Tackling hyperpigmentation is a three step process that should incorporate into your skin care regimen: lighten, protect, and cover. So you ready to get the process to help fight your hyper pigmentation? Let’s go!

Got Hyperpigmentation? Here are 3 Easy Tips to Fight It!


The first step to handling hyperpigmentation is using an effective treatment to lighten the dark spots. There are many products on the market, but chemical exfoliants champion at being the most effect method used to treat dark spots. Here are some examples of the top chemical exfoliants, with recommended products.

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Originally posted 2021-07-16 22:24:37.

Denis Ava
Denis Ava
Denis Ava is mainly a business blogger who writes for Biz Grows. Rather than business blogs he loves to write and explore his talents in other niches such as fashion, technology, travelling,finance,etc.

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