Hyperpigmentation and Melasma
Spots of hyperpigmentation or melasma are caused by a change in melanin, a protein that is responsible for skin color. Thus, deposition of melanin on the skin leads to the appearance of brownish spots, which tend to intensify over time, so they should be treated as soon as possible. For the treatment of hyperpigmentation or melasma, labels share their care in accordance with the required intensity: day creams, night creams and local creams. If you want to prevent or treat stains, you should use the sunscreen associated with sunscreen in the morning. To remove existing spots, you must add a night cream with a stronger depigmenting effect to your routine. The anti-stain effect is always enhanced by the use of exfoliating and localized masks - many brands already contain this type of product in their depigmentation lines. There are spots caused by various factors: spots of acne, spots of pregnancy (the so-called rag), excessive exposure to the sun, hormonal changes and aging of the skin. The processing of any of them is identical, so check the description of our products and select the one that suits you the most.