Skin Pigment Discoloration
Are you not happy with how your overall skin tone has changed over the years? Has it become too dark or too dull?
Ahhh, if only we could restore the glow and vibrancy of our skin to how is was when we were teenagers, right?
Well, thanks to advancements/improvements in science and cell rejuvenation technology, now we can!
Even though skin pigment discoloration is not directly caused by the aging process, it’s still something that happens as you get older.
The primary cause of pigment changes in your skin is the sun- UV radiation in particular. Sure, the sun helps us get a good tan.
And it’s even HEALTHY to get some sun each and every day in order to receive your share of Vitamin D.
But overexposure to it can lead to some unwanted side effects, which is why it’s smart to wear sunscreen when outside for extended periods of time.
Not many people fully understand what’s going on inside their bodies when outside and exposed to the sun.
When UV rays hit our skin, they throw off the patterns of melanocytes found in our cells.
These melanocytes produce skin pigments called melanin, which is what ultimately determines the color and tone of the skin.
As you go about living, you are exposed to UV radiation on a daily basis. As you get older, your skin absorbs more of these UV rays in order to protect the rest of your body.
But at the same time, this radiation increases melanin production, which in turn makes the skin darker and dull.
Based on your exposure to UV radiation throughout your life (climate, time spent outside, frequency that your wear sunscreen, etc), you can lose your skin’s natural glow and radiance by the time you’re 30!
How Should You Treat Skin Pigment Discoloration?
Depending on your individual preference, there are a few ways of treating skin pigment discoloration.
One way is to have medical procedures or chemical peels done to remove the outermost layer of your skin.
This is done by literally BURNING your skin’s epidermis so it peels off, leaving a brand new layer of naturally-colored skin.
Just by the sound of it, you can probably guess that this is pretty painful. Sunscreen MUST be applied daily for an extended period of time to protect your skin from further damage and radiation.
If these invasive procedures don’t sound like your cup of tea (they certainly don’t to me!), then there are other options available.
Thanks to advancements made in science and cell rejuvenation technology, you can go at treating skin pigment discoloration in a much more NATURAL and HARMLESS way- through to use of topical skin whitening creams and lotions.
How to Get rid of Skin Pigment Discoloration
When choosing a skin whitening treatment, it’s all about making sure they contain the right type of ingredients.
More than anything, you want to look for ingredients that decrease melanin production within the skin.
And substance like Extraponeâ„¢ nutgrass root extract can reduce melanin by up to 40%, which is an ideal level to brighten the skin without leaving it vulnerable to serious damage from the sun.
Remember, melanin is what absorbs UV radiation so it does not seriously harm our bodies, so you don’t want to over-inhibit it’s production.
It also helps to look for skin lightening products with high amounts of natural antioxidants like vitamin E and CoQ10.
Antioxidants like this will help fight of free radicals and protect your skin from UV radiation.
It also helps to get enough vitamin C in your diet, so get your fair share of citrus fruits, apples, rosehip tea, green onions, or other foods with this important vitamin.
Just remember that using topical products may not produce immediate results. In fact, they almost never do.
However, with a little patience and dedication, you’ll be amazed at how much better your skin looks over time.
You can easily switch back and forth each week from a whitening cream to a day cream and maintain your skin’s brightness and youthfulness for many years to come.