Five powerful ways to treat skin pigmentation
Our skin contains a pigment called melanin that is responsible for skin colour. However, melanin dysfunction in the skin layers leads to hyperpigmentation. Several factors contribute to the overproduction of melanin in the skin, which forms some adamant dark spots, blemishes, and freckles. But there can be some common triggers behind melanin dysfunctionality as well.
The most common triggers for melanin dysfunction
Excessive exposure to sunlight & e-screens
Prolonged exposure to the sun triggers hyperpigmentation. Our skin produces more melanin in response to sun exposure to protect itself from the damaging effects of UV rays. The excess melanin results in dark spots, age spots, or sunspots on the skin. The blue light emitted from computer and mobile screens also cause issues like skin pigmentation, slow cell turnover, and premature ageing.
Skin inflammation like acne, eczema, rosacea, blackheads, or dry and irritated skin renders the skin more prone to developing dark patches, blemishes, and brown pigmentation. When the skin is inflamed, its cells react to the damage by producing more melanin. This extra melanin leads to skin pigmentation and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
People with hormonal imbalances are likely to develop darker patches during a hormonal spike because of the overproduction of melanin-producing cells. This is stimulated by oestrogen and progesterone spikes in the body. These dark skin patches with extra melanin become more stubborn with time. Pregnancy, PCOS, PCOD, hormonal imbalances, etc., can cause hyperpigmentation and brown spots.
As you can see, these causes trigger melanin overproduction and slow skin cell turnover, which, in turn, result in hyperpigmentation. While it is common to experience it, these dark patches can be annoying for some people. Therefore, you need some preventative measures and advanced solutions to reduce hyperpigmentation.
2 step High-science solutions clinically proven to reduce hyperpigmentation
Hyperpigmentation can be reduced with technologically driven formulations backed by experts. These are developed after a series of trials and research.
Treat with VB3+HR+RPC Technology
The blend contains niacinamide (VB3), hexylresorcinol (HR), and retinyl propionate (RPC), combined with a retinol booster, which work together to visibly decrease hyperpigmentation in 4 weeks. It targets the causes behind hyperpigmentation by soothing skin inflammation, regulating melanin production, and improving skin cell turnover. It is clinically proven to deliver an even complexion in eight weeks. The VB3+HR+RPC technology is a revolutionary formulation that works on skin conditions like dark spots, melasma, age spots, freckles, and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
Protect with Sunscreen
A broad-spectrum sunscreen protects skin from harmful UV rays of the sun and helps prevent blemishes, dark spots, and hyperpigmentation that appear due to sun exposure. It also protects skin from other environmental damage like dullness, barrier damage, etc.
Hyperpigmentation is a common condition, and clinically proven technologies have shown excellent results. The VB3+HR+RPC technology has been clinically proven to have much higher efficacy than prescription and cosmetic solutions – helping attain a uniform skin tone in 8 weeks. Thus, a high-science approach and formulation is the route to take to reduce hyperpigmentation comprehensively and visibly.