Comment se débarrasser de l'hyperpigmentation ?
For people with black skin, hyperpigmentation is a serious threat that can increase if nothing is done. This skin colouring defect manifests itself as a dark colour or spots on the body. While genetics have a lot to do with hyperpigmentation, there are also other, less 'biological' causes. Whatever the case, the most important thing is to get rid of it and give your skin a better appearance.
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Principal causes of hyperpigmentation
Genetic inheritance is the most common cause of hyperpigmentation in black skins. Some people are genetically predisposed to producing excessive amounts of melanin, the pigment responsible for skin colour. Regular and excessive exposure to the sun or UV rays also stimulates production of the famous pigment in the skin, which can cause hyperpigmentation.
Hormonal disorders can also cause hyperpigmentation of dark skin during pregnancy. It should be pointed out, however, that these cases are fairly rare. Finally, anti-spot and pigmentation treatments are also potential causes of this anomaly.
The most effective treatments
There are a number of more or less natural treatments to combat hyperpigmentation. Some are, of course, more suitable than others.Anti-spot serums
Among the most popular serums for this body blemish, niacinamide is undoubtedly one of the best choices. However, alpha arbutin seems to be more powerful in lightening stubborn spots. However, if you prefer a serum that can be mixed with other products, azelaic acid is probably a better option.Natural remedies
Although there is no miracle solution, natural remedies are certainly the most appropriate. Natural ingredients such as vegetable oils like jojoba and black cumin oil, as well as essential oils of celery or cucumber, are excellent solutions. Bear in mind, however, that not all remedies are suitable for all skin types.
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For example, jojoba oil is an excellent choice for oily and combination skin, while black cumin oil is recommended for acne-prone skin. As for celery or cucumber essential oils , they are recommended for brightening the skin and reducing pigmentation spots.Aesthetic medicine treatment
When hyperpigmentation persists despite the use of topical treatments and natural remedies, aesthetic medicine can be considered a last resort. The techniques used are quite advanced. This is why cosmetic medicine should not be the first option.
Before resorting to this solution, it is essential to ensure that the cause of the hyperpigmentation is accurately diagnosed and that the most suitable treatment is recommended by a competent health professional. Lasers and chemical peels can be effective in reducing hyperpigmentation, but bear in mind that these treatments can be costly and carry potential risks.
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Always use sunscreen before exposure to the sun. UV rays can make spots darker and more stubborn. Hence the need to always remember to use sunscreen.