Skin Condition
HYPERPIGMENTATION
Dark spots, discoloration,
and uneven skin tone
Excess melanin, the natural pigment that gives color to skin, due to UV exposure, hormonal fluctuations, or trauma to the skin causes uneven skin tone and brown spots. SkinCeuticals offers a variety of products that gently and safely address this common skin concern by lightening the appearance of existing pigment and preventing the formation of further discoloration .
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Physical Eye UV Defense SPF 50
$30.00
     
Advanced Anti-Aging System
$299.00
     
Advanced Brightening System
$310.00
     
Advanced Pigment Corrector
$90.00
     
Antioxidant Lip Repair
$38.00
     
AOX+ Eye Gel
$89.00
     
C + AHA
$134.00
     
C E FerulicĀ®
$157.00
     
Daily Sun Defense SPF 20
$40.00
     
Equalizing Toner
$34.00
     
Gentle Cleanser
$34.00
     
Micro-Exfoliating Scrub
$30.00
     
Neck, Chest & Hand Repair
$70.00
     
Phloretin CF
$159.00
     
Phloretin CF Gel
$159.00
     
Physical Fusion UV Defense SPF 50
$34.00
     
Physical UV Defense SPF 30
$34.00
     
Phyto +
$80.00
     
Phyto Corrective Gel
$62.00
     
Renew Overnight Dry
$61.00
     
Renew Overnight Oily
$61.00
     
Retexturing Activator
$73.00
     
Retinol 0.5
$57.00
     
Retinol 1.0
$63.00
     
Serum 20 AOX+
$119.00
     
Sheer Physical UV Defense SPF 50
$34.00
     
Simply Clean
$34.00
     
Sport UV Defense SPF 50
$40.00
     
Ultimate UV Defense SPF 30
$40.00
Skin discoloration includes age spots, sun spots, or hyperpigmentation, and it's an extremely common skin concern.
The main cause of age spots is unprotected sun exposure as well as incidental exposure such as walking to and from your car, which prompts uneven pigment production deep within the skin. Although diligent use of sunscreen and topical antioxidants help to prevent discoloration, products for hyperpigmentation can make a dramatic difference. To even skin tone, products for hyperpigmentation interfere at various points in the pigment-production process, either by targeting the enzymes necessary for pigment production or preventing pigment from being deposited in the skin. Exfoliation alone (through scrubs, in-office peels and the use of retinol) can also improve age spots by eliminating the top layers of skin where pigment resides. The most effective way to prevent discoloration is with daily sunscreen and topical antioxidant use, and the proper regimen can improve existing hyperpigmentation.
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