Bye Bye Pigmentation

Pigmentation is one of the most irritating aspects of breaking out since it serves as a tool for acne to cement itself into your skin. Fortunately, the amount of pigmentation you experience is dependent on your habits and lifestyle. In other words, by making better choices, you can give big pigmentation goodbye and avoid having to struggle with this skin concern again. So here are some tried and true techniques and ingredients that can remove those spots for good.

How to remove dark spots

  1. Sunscreen: Sunscreen is a way to seal your skin barrier against the damage of UV rays. Sunscreen prevents skin from burning under the skin by protecting against UVB rays and keeps the skin youthful over long-term use by protecting against UVA rays. But did you know that UV rays trigger melanin and cause it to be overactive in sensitive areas? 

Since the skin is already healing in an inflamed area, with UV accelerating melanin production, you get hyperpigmentation. UV can also result in non-acne-related hyperpigmentation which is also called age spots or sunspots. Hence, safeguarding your skin against this is done best by adding SPF 50 to your skincare routine. You can try a sunscreen combined with other dark spot fading ingredients like this Vitamin C moisturiser with SPF by Auravedic, to get double the action in a single product. 

  1. Home remedies: There are multiple home remedies made with completely natural and toxic free ingredients that can help with treating hyperpigmentation.  These include licorice, apple cider vinegar, sandalwood extract, and potatoes. Not only are these home remedies effective, but they are also easily available in your kitchen or from a local grocery shop. 
  1. Spot Treatment: You can also opt for natural treatments available online that combine the power of multiple natural ingredients to give you a powerful spot corrector. Certain facial oils like wheat germ oil, almond oil, and avocado oil have anti-inflammatory activities which can help soothe the skin as ingredients like turmeric gently bring new skin to the surface and fade dark spots. You can find a combination of these ingredients in this Dark Spot Corrector by Auravedic here. 
  1. Hydration: While we cannot always control whether or not we break out, we can always ensure we heal our skin well. Did you know that the skin’s hydration level makes a big difference in how frequently the skin will create acne scars and other types of pigmentation? When the skin is well hydrated and deeply moisturised, it creates a good healing environment for active acne. In combination with UV protection, hydrated skin results in acne leaving without any marks. 

Hence, ensure you opt for a good hydrated base of skincare product, a deep moisturising cream to seal in the hydration, and an SPF to top off your routine during the day. Consider using face oil with spot treatment ingredients at nighttime to keep the skin moisturised while you sleep. Oily skin types will find that using the right ingredients in their moisturisers and face oils can balance their sebum production over time, while dry skin types will benefit from using thicker products overall.

How to remove dark spots

  1. Sunscreen: Sunscreen is a way to seal your skin barrier against the damage of UV rays. Sunscreen prevents skin from burning under the skin by protecting against UVB rays and keeps the skin youthful over long-term use by protecting against UVA rays. But did you know that UV rays trigger melanin and cause it to be overactive in sensitive areas? 

Since the skin is already healing in an inflamed area, with UV accelerating melanin production, you get hyperpigmentation. UV can also result in non-acne-related hyperpigmentation which is also called age spots or sunspots. Hence, safeguarding your skin against this is done best by adding SPF 50 to your skincare routine. You can try a sunscreen combined with other dark spot fading ingredients like this Vitamin C moisturiser with SPF by Auravedic, to get double the action in a single product. 

  1. Home remedies: There are multiple home remedies made with completely natural and toxic free ingredients that can help with treating hyperpigmentation.  These include licorice, apple cider vinegar, sandalwood extract, and potatoes. Not only are these home remedies effective, but they are also easily available in your kitchen or from a local grocery shop. 
  1. Spot Treatment: You can also opt for natural treatments available online that combine the power of multiple natural ingredients to give you a powerful spot corrector. Certain facial oils like wheat germ oil, almond oil, and avocado oil have anti-inflammatory activities which can help soothe the skin as ingredients like turmeric gently bring new skin to the surface and fade dark spots. You can find a combination of these ingredients in this Dark Spot Corrector by Auravedic here. 
  1. Hydration: While we cannot always control whether or not we break out, we can always ensure we heal our skin well. Did you know that the skin’s hydration level makes a big difference in how frequently the skin will create acne scars and other types of pigmentation? When the skin is well hydrated and deeply moisturised, it creates a good healing environment for active acne. In combination with UV protection, hydrated skin results in acne leaving without any marks. 

Hence, ensure you opt for a good hydrated base of skincare product, a deep moisturising cream to seal in the hydration, and an SPF to top off your routine during the day. Consider using face oil with spot treatment ingredients at nighttime to keep the skin moisturised while you sleep. Oily skin types will find that using the right ingredients in their moisturisers and face oils can balance their sebum production over time, while dry skin types will benefit from using thicker products overall.

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