Treating Hyperpigmentation

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Hyperpigmentation is when your skin naturally produces excess melanin due to a variety of factors such as sun exposure, hormones, acne scars, inflammation and more. This gives your skin an uneven tone that makes hard to cover without making it look worse. It's not something anyone wants to deal with but luckily there are a few ways we can even your complexion!

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Treatment Plan

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Top tips to follow when you struggle with an uneven complexion:

-Stop over exfoliating your skin, you could be doing more harm than good. 

-Wear a physical sunscreen of 50 or higher.

-Apply a pigment correcting product directly on your skin after cleansing twice a day.

-Apply a pigment corrector directly on skin after cleansing twice a day.

Invest in a powder sunscreen and keep it in your purse, reapply every 3-4 hours.

-Cut out applying any essential oil or DIY skincare, it could be irritating and making your pigment worse.

-Keep your skincare simple. Gentle cleanser, bland moisturizer, pigment corrector, gentle retinol, and a mineral SPF 50 or higher. 

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Cleanser

Cleanser

Normal to Oily Skin

Cleanser

Cleanser

Normal Skin

Cleanser

Cleanser

Normal to Dry Skin

Cleanser

Cleanser

Pre Cleanse All skin Types

Pigment Corrector

Pigment Corrector

RX skincare

Pigment Corrector

Pigment Corrector

RX skincare

Pigment Corrector

Pigment Corrector

All skin Types

Pigment Corrector

Pigment Corrector

All Skin Types

Moisturizer

Moisturizer

For All Skin Types

Moisturizer

Moisturizer

For all Skin Types

Moisturizer

Moisturizer

For Dry Skin

Moisturizer

Moisturizer

For Dry Skin

Sunscreen

Sunscreen

Physical NON-tinted SPF All skin types

Sunscreen

Sunscreen

Lightly tinted for normal + oily Skin Types

Sunscreen

Sunscreen

Avene Tinted (full coverage) mineral Spf+

Retinol

Retinol

Retinol in order of strength. Gentle to stronger #1

Retinol

Retinol

Retinol in order of strength. Gentle to stronger #2

Retinol

Retinol

Retinol in order of strength. Gentle to stronger #3

Powder Sunscreen

Powder Sunscreen

Powder 50 spf

Powder Sunscreen

Powder Sunscreen

Powder 40 spf

Powder Sunscreen

Powder Sunscreen

Powder 30 spf

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