• March 4, 2021

5 Ways to Get Rid of Hyperpigmentation

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5 Ways to Get Rid of Hyperpigmentation

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facial exercisesSpring is around the corner—which means we may be spending more time in the great outdoors. It’s also the time of year when we do the most damage to our skin, resulting in everything from fine lines and wrinkles to sunspots and hyperpigmentation. When you spend so much time and effort on facial exercises and skin care, it doesn’t make sense to let those dangerous UV rays wreak havoc on your precious skin.

Read on for five ways to protect against and eliminate those unsightly signs of sun damage.

1. Sunscreen

This should be a given. Apply it to your face, hands, chest and neck—and any other areas where you don’t want sun spots to appear. Re-apply if you’re spending any extended amount of time outside.

2. Lightening Products

There is an array of products you can use to lighten and brighten sun spots and hyperpigmentation—my Brightening Cream is a best-seller because it’s effective yet gentle.

3. Retinol

Retinol effectively exfoliates the skin, which encourages cell turnover so that those dry, discolored skin cells that may appear as sun spots are replaced with fresh new ones. My Retinol Skin Conditioner also helps promote collagen and elastin production, thickens the dermis and helps combat free radical damage.

4. Cool Down

When your body is overheated, melanin activity increases. After being outside or exercising in the heat, make sure to cool down the skin immediately with an ice pack or cool cloth.

5. Supplement Your Diet

Eat foods rich in lycopene and beta-carotene, which both help you protect your skin from sun damage from the inside out. Some excellent choices are tomatoes, grapefruit, watermelon, papaya, carrots, spinach, sweet potatoes, broccoli and squash. It’s also good to take supplements such as ester-C and vitamin E to help prevent and reduce sun damage.

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