Done binging the first two posts in our Dark Spot series––101 and 201? Okay, good. Now that we’ve covered what dark spots are and what causes them, we’re going to help you get rid of that pesky discoloration. Here are a few treatments you can try:
Our newly reformulated brightening dots help fade the appearance of dark spots with it’s 430 dissolving microneedles for max absorption. They pack a punch with these power player ingredients:
Niacinamide: A form of vitamin B that helps deliver an even-looking complexion
Tranexamic Acid: An amino acid derivative that helps to minimize the appearance of dark spots
Ferulic Acid: A potent antioxidant that helps to improve the look to dark spots (and helps improve overall tone!)
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Dealing with overall dullness and discoloration? Our fast acting resurfacing pads are infused with a 7-brightening acid complex to minimize signs of aging and leaves skin looking brighter, smoother and more youthful-looking. These one-step pads are formulated with:
10% AHA + 0.4% BHA + 2% PHA: Powerful exfoliating acids (7-brightening acid complex) that dissolve dead skin build-up to reveal brighter, fresh skin
Evodia Fruit Extract: A supercharged antioxidant and brightener that enhances skin luminosity
Niacinamide: A form of vitamin B that helps even out skin tone
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Our daily acne treatment (and first-ever serum!) not only eliminates acne, but it ALSO helps minimize the appearance of dark spots and discoloration!
Salicylic Acid: Clears acne blemishes and prevents new ones from forming
Niacinamide & Vitamic C: Brightens the look of dark spots and evens the skin's appearance
Centella Asiatica Extract: Herbal extract with properties that help promote healthy-looking skin
*Research-Backed Ingredient Studies
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Laser treatments, peels, and prescriptions
If you suffer from severe hyperpigmentation, contact your dermatologist about other treatment options. Laser facials and chemical peels have been shown to help aid in the reduction of dark spots and discoloration on the skin. There are also topical prescriptions that could help as well, just talk to your doc.