Are you noticing more hyperpigmentation and dark spots after Labor Day? It’s pretty common to start wanting to get rid of uneven skin pigment around this time of year.
Yes, summer sun and lingering outdoors is yummy, but it takes a toll on your skin. This year, COVID has driven us outdoors more than ever, at least here in California where outdoor dining and activities are allowed but many indoor options are still closed.
As a dermatologist, I'm often asked to explain the best treatments for dark spots and hyperpigmentation.
It's a really popular topic, especially after summer. Skin care can be a powerful treatment for pigment skin problems. There are clinically proven ingredients built into highly effective skin care products. With a little explanation, you can create a skin care routine that targets the root causes of hyperpigmentation. When you use more than one pigment fighting ingredient in a routine designed to maximize skin penetration, the results treating skin pigment problems can be dramatic.
Have you had a frustrating time trying to control dark spots with skin care in the past?
That’s common. Ideally, you want to know what layer of your skin is holding the excess skin pigment and why. This helps more precisely target treatment.
In my latest article,
- I describe the most common causes of skin pigment problems – probably the exact ones you are seeing on your skin right now.
- I give you the complete story so that you can understand what’s going on with your skin and how to tackle the problem.
Click here to read Hyperpigmentation and Dark Spots – Treatment with Skin Care.
How do dermatologists treat hyperpigmentation and dark spots with skin care?
Learn what ingredients work, how they work, and how to get the most out of your skin care products; fix dark spots and uneven skin pigment quickly with your own at-home skin care routine. I also explain the best procedures to improve dark blotches on your skin. Even if you want to head straight to your doctor or med spa about now, you will want to support any procedure investment with a skin care routine that boosts and maintains results. The double benefit is that the same ingredients that fight hyperpigmentation brighten your complexion. Many of them also fight wrinkles and crepey skin.
I love teaching people what is going on with their skin. The reasons for uneven skin pigment can be surprising. The treatment can also be tricky. I give you a dermatologist’s level of in-depth information that I hope empowers you to create a skin care routine that works. Click here to read my latest article on the treatment of hyperpigmentation and dark spots with skin care. – Dermatologist and Skin Wellness Expert Dr. Cynthia Bailey