From sun spots to acne scars, the culprit of pigmentation is overproduction of the tanning agent, melanin, which is shifted into a higher gear by sun exposure, hormonal fluctuations, age and skin injuries like acne. Even though the bad guy in all of these situations is melanin, there’s no one size fits all solution. The best treatment will be unique, just like you. From your skin type to the cause of your pigmentation, the best results will generally come from a combination plan put together by a skin care expert.
Whatever you call them, these uneven patches of darker colour on your skin could be making you feel self-conscious or awkward. In this article, we’ll take a look at the most common causes of pigmentation, and in the next article we’ll review the best solutions for getting your skin looking fresher, clearer and brighter.
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