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Melasma is a common, harmless skin condition that causes pigmented patches on the skin. It develops when there is an overproduction of the cells that make the color of your skin.
- revitalizes the skin
- fades the discolored patches from melasma, sun damage, and aging
Arbutin, Glycolic Acid, Alpha-Hydroxy Acids, Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate, Azelaic Acid, Kojic Acid, Vitamin A, B & C
Arbutin is an extract derived from bearberry, blueberry, and cranberry plants. This ingredient works to lighten the skin by reducing melanin production in the skin. Additionally, arbutin is considered a safe alternative to hydroquinone and is okay to use for pregnant women.
Kojic Acid is an ingredient recently garnered a lot of attraction for its multi-purpose abilities and for being a natural alternative to hydroquinone. It’s naturally produced from fungi and other fermented foods like soy, rice, and sake. In many cases, “fermented soy extract,” “fermented rice extract,” and “fermented rice filtrate” are common ingredients that represent kojic acid. Additionally, kojic acid is anti-microbial, rich in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, and anti-aging. It provides some protection against the sun’s UV rays. Kojic acid is generally safe to use for pregnant women and can be used long-term. It’s also great to pair it with glycolic acid for maximum benefits to the skin. Make sure that you protect your skin with sunscreen afterward!
Azelaic Acid is great for those who have post-inflammatory erythema, melasma, rosacea, and acne. This ingredient helps to calm down the overproduction of melanin, which contributes to hyperpigmentation. It kills P.acnes, which is the bacteria that causes acne. It also decreases inflammation in the body and on the skin.
Alpha Hydroxy Acid is derived from fruit and plant extracts. They gently exfoliate the skin and encourage skin cell renewal. Why is this important for hyperpigmentation? AHAs aid in overturning skin cells to the surface and allow newer skin cells to take their place.
Licorice Extract hinders melanin production, which is great for hyperpigmentation. It also contains glabridin and licochalcone, which are antioxidants that aid in fighting free radical and UV damage. It also soothes inflamed skin and regulates oil production. This is often the reason why you’ll see this ingredient in anti-acne skin care products.
Vitamins A, B, C: The presence of retinoids, niacinamide, and ascorbic acid in your skincare products can provide added benefits to lessen hyperpigmentation. Retinoids are great for treating PIH and Melasma, while Niacinamide is great for PIE and Melasma. For ascorbic acid, you’ll find that it works well for PIE, PIH, and Melasma.