How to fade, mitigate, or even erase these brown or black spots without risk: it is a regular request during our personalized diagnoses.
Want to know the reasons for the appearance of black spots on the skin? Is it possible to avoid them and remove them on the face or body? We will answer you point by point and offer you an effective and approved treatment routine!
With a high concentration of melanin, black, matte or mixed skin are particularly sensitive to external aggressions.
Overproduction of melanin is a process of defense of the skin.
Hyperpigmentation spots are the result of a physiological mechanism more accentuated for the black skins, matt or mixed than for the white skin. It will develop during different factors:
If you are prone to pigmented acne problems, avoid touching your pimples and other blackheads. Use suitable products that are not aggressive so as not to irritate your skin and dry it up. Be patient. It is possible that a spot leaves room for the button, but if you have not manipulated it will disappear naturally.
In case of sun exposure, black or mixed skin has a need for protection, different from Caucasian skin. But its sensitivity requires a filtering barrier, especially to prevent the appearance of spots, especially on the face.
You are a man, and the care of your beard is a daily puzzle? Make a gentle exfoliation, space your shaves (every 2 to 3 days) and moisturize your skin every day with appropriate care. Follow our step by step !
Some talk about "miracle" creams promising you to permanently erase your spots quickly and without side effects? But their potentially dangerous use - associated with their dubious origin - is strongly discouraged by black skin specialists. These products often contain hydroquinone or cortisone (or corticosteroids). These compositions have been banned over-the-counter since 2001. Only a doctor can prescribe them on prescription and under supervision. So be very careful when shopping for cosmetics and look carefully at the composition.
Methods of aesthetic or dermatological medicine are also praised to remove dark spots on the skin: peeling (glycolic acid, kojic and / or trichloroacetic), laser (pigmentary, ablative), flash lamp, cryotherapy. Unfortunately these techniques are not really suited to black skin. The results are inconclusive, but especially these methods cause adverse effects such as white spots! Always ask a doctor for advice before you start! Consult a dermatologist who specializes in black skin . He will understand your specific problem.
The recipes of "grandmother" to eliminate stains naturally exist: mask with lemon, honey and vinegar for example. A mixture of vegetable oil and essential oil of lemon, or carrot seed, or lovage is likely to mitigate. But beware, this does not suit everyone (risk of irritation) and the results from one individual to another are unequal. Note: the essential oil can not be used during the day because of the risk of photosensibilisation. In addition, be vigilant in the case of a possible allergic reaction!
At IN'OYA, we offer a patented routine, tested dermatologically and by our OYAS for several years. Check out testimonials & feedback from users, encouraging and reassuring. Sweetness, regularity and patience: the results will be there!
Struggle against hyperpigmentary spots by following this guide:
Note: If your spots are on the body, you can apply Moisturizing Body Lotion after My Anti-Stain Serum! And of course in case of exposure to the sun, do not forget My Sun Fluid SPF50 in addition!
At IN'OYA, we want to take care of your skin gently, we also want to alert you to the dangers of lightening creams sometimes relayed as "magic solutions" on social networks. Do you have a doubt? See our article on the dangers of these compositions.Add to favourites
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