Pigmentation and Age Spots


 

Irregular pigmentation occurs when damaged skin cells produce too much, or too little melanin, resulting in dark (hyperpigmentation) or light (hypopigmentation) patches of skin.
 
Causes vary from genetic reasons and hormones to disease triggers. Exposure to the sun can often trigger pigmentation, so it is important to wear sunscreen with a high SPF. Treatment can be difficult, but usually involves a combination of topical creams and laser treatments. Vitamin A, Vitamin B and  Vitamin C are essential ingredients in treating pigmentation, as they improve the elasticity and resilience of the skin. Regular care, moisturisation and particularly sun protection can assist in the prevention of irregular pigmentation and age spots.
 
Cleanse
Radiant Cream Cleanser  - use as a makeup remover
Rejuvenating Foaming Cleanser - use for a deep power cleanse with the Facial Cleansing Brush
Exfoliate
AHA Power Exfoliant
 
Daily Moisturiser
Rejuvenating Day Cream
Rejuvenating Night Treatment
 
Treatment Serums
Vitamin A Corrector  - use every third night
Vitamin B3 Complex  - use every morning
Vitamin C Serum  - use every second night as a treatment, or use daily as a makeup primer
 
Mask
Dermal Face Lift Mask - use on special occasions or once a week
 
Eye and Lip Hydration Treatment
Pure Hydration Concentrate  - use every morning and night around the eye and lip area