Sun Spots: What Happens and How to Eliminate

Sun Spots: What Happens and How to Eliminate

The cause of sun spots

When UV radiation penetrates the skin in excess, it can damage the melanocytes that produce the pigment melanin (the color of your skin). When a melanocyte is damaged and produces too much melanin, over time dark spots form on your skin. So Sun spots: what happens and how to eliminate?

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The good news is that it is possible to fade dark spots and sun spots. We dedicated this collection to help you repair those damages: Our Complex Peeling is designed to purify and polish your skin with Mother of Pearl and prepare it for the Bio Balancing Mask to deeper results with balance and better skin complexion. Also, apply the Dark spot solution directly on spots that bother you before your day cream.

Kojic acid is a more recent remedy for the treatment of pigment problems and age spots, discovered in 1989. Kojic acid is derived from a fungus and studies have shown that it is effective as a lightening agent, inhibiting production of melanin (brown pigment).

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PEARL POWDER

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Studies in China have proven that pearl powder enhances the activity of superoxide dismutase (SOD), the antioxidant enzyme which quickly and thoroughly removes pigmentation and whitens the skin.

icone2Vitamin A (Retinol) an antioxidant that fights the free-radical damage process that causes skin to look and act older. It can also increase Collagen and elastin Production.

 

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