Melanin is the natural pigment produced by the skin when it’s exposed to UV rays to protect the skin from this exposure. Pigmentation problems are related to a dysregulation in the production of melanin, which causes hyperpigmentation, also known as dark spots, or on the other hand, depigmentation (lighter spots on the skin). It is therefore important to include in the daily skincare routine preventive and corrective action of stains, such as sunscreen, serum, and anti-spot moisturizer.
When the skin is dull or lackluster, it becomes important to ensure the most appropriate daily beauty care to make the skin more luminous. Although genetic factors have a great weight in the appearance of the skin. It’s important to ensure the protection of cells against the harmful effects of free radicals, choosing active ingredients with antioxidant action.
What causes dark spots on face?
- Excessive exposure to the sun without protection against UV rays;
- Skin aging;
- Genetic predisposition;
- Hormonal changes;
Sun protection is the first step in the fight against blemishes and hyperpigmentation. It’s necessary to use it daily, not only to prevent premature aging and the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles but also the appearance of blemishes.