How to remove pigmentation using a cream?
  1. How to remove pigmentation using a cream?

    Dark spots and pigmentation are some of the most persistent and stubborn skin issues. Luckily, the right cream can help you get rid of dark spots and prevent new ones from forming.

    First things first, make sure you’re wearing broad spectrum sunscreen every single day, even when it’s raining. SPF is essential for keep pigmentation at bay since dark spots are primarily caused by UV exposure.

    But that’s not all. Other environmental aggressors that generate free radicals such as urban pollution and smoke can also contribute to pigmentation disorders and other signs of aging. The good news is that free radical damage can be prevented with antioxidants.

    Our favourite antioxidant is the powerful vitamin C — it works to prevent hyperpigmentation and even boost collagen production, brightening and evening out the skin tone in the process to grant a healthy-looking radiance. So, a daily dose of vitamin C in a cream or moisturiser will do your skin good.

    But to help your skin recover overnight, introduce alpha-hydroxy acids into your nighttime regimen. Look for creams containing lactic acid and glycolic acid, both of which will gently exfoliate the skin as you sleep to help fade hyperpigmentation and boost glow.

Double defence against pigmentation

As your daily pigmentation fighter, the Plant Stem Cell Age-Defying Sunscreen SPF30 ensures broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection using mineral filters to keep sun damage at bay, from pigmentation and wrinkles to collagen breakdown. Infused with antioxidant-rich plant stem cells for superb environmental defence, the sophisticated formula boasts a slightly tinted texture that won’t leave a white cast.

The perfect morning shot of vitamin C, the Vitamin C Illuminating Recovery Cream deeply hydrates and protects your skin as it helps prevent the build-up of dark spots. Infusing dull complexions with energy and glow, this moisturiser contains a stabilised form of vitamin C and hyaluronic acid to promote a more even, supple complexion.