Patches are for Quilts - Prevent and Reduce Pigmentation!
Many people worldwide experience skin conditions like dark spots, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation and melasma. But they are not aware of what causes these skin conditions. While the commonly known triggers for hyperpigmentation are sun exposure and hormonal fluctuation, the root causes are melanin overproduction and slow skin cell turnover.
Let’s see how hyperpigmentation manifests
The skin goes through various stages when it starts showing signs of hyperpigmentation. It begins with a trigger.
The commonly known triggers for dark patches are listed below. But these are not the root causes of hyperpigmentation.
1. Exposure to UV rays
2. Insulin resistance
3. Pregnancy hormones
4. Skin irritation or trauma
5. Endocrine diseases, such as Addison’s disease
These triggers result in skin inflammation, the second stage of hyperpigmentation, which often looks like acne or eczema. The skin inflammation, which you usually see as redness, pimples or cysts, damages the skin tissues.
As a response to the damage, your skin produces more melanocytes, a cell that produces melanin. It leads to the third stage in hyperpigmentation, melanin overproduction. The combination of skin inflammation and melanin overproduction leads to slow skin cell turnover. It means your skin can not repair itself. And as a result, you see dark patches on the skin.
Thus, hyperpigmentation results from skin inflammation, melanin overproduction and reduced regeneration of skin cells.
Let’s identify hyperpigmentation
You may have noticed the primary symptom of hyperpigmentation is the darkened areas of the skin. They may vary in size and can develop anywhere on the body.
Predominantly, these are the signs that you need to watch out for:
1. Different shades of brown or black patches
2. Dark patches which increase in size
3. Discolouration after inflammation or injury to the skin
4. Patches that turn darker after exposure to the sun
Although hyperpigmentation is a harmless condition, it needs to be addressed immediately to avoid further consequences. Commonly used formulations that claim to reduce hyperpigmentation include topical solutions that contain kojic acid, retinol or hydroquinone as ingredients. But these are incomplete ingredients since none of them works on all root causes of hyperpigmentation. These ingredients work on the surface layer of the skin and can damage the skin barrier in the long run. You might experience skin sensitivity, dry skin and irritation as a side effect.
Therefore, you need advanced technology that addresses the root causes, i.e., skin inflammation, melanin overproduction and skin cell regeneration. The new high-science technology VB3+HR+RPC is a revolutionary formulation that shows visible results in four weeks.
The revolutionary VB3+HR+RPC technology
The unique blend of niacinamide, hexylresorcinol and retinyl propionate work together to reduce hyperpigmentation in four weeks. Niacinamide reduces inflammation, hexylresorcinol inhibits melanin production, and retinyl propionate, combined with a retinol booster, increases skin cell turnover.
The technology is clinically proven to deliver an even complexion in eight weeks without compromising the skin barrier. Also, it is safe for sensitive skin.
Hyperpigmentation needs a complete combination that’s clinically proven to help reduce pigmentation without damaging the skin tissues, unlike common prescriptive and cosmetic preparations. The VB3+HR+RPC technology is backed by experts and clinically proven to provide brighter skin in four weeks. It is proven to work on the root causes without damaging the skin barrier. Hence, it is a holistic solution to reduce hyperpigmentation.