The 3 Products That Completely Faded One Woman’s Severe Hyperpigmentation

The 3 Products That Completely Faded One Woman’s Severe Hyperpigmentation

As one of the hardest
skin care conditions to treat, hyperpigmentation can oftentimes require
in-office treatments like lasers or microneedling to fade those dark spots. And
while it is possible to improve hyperpigmentation at-home, it can be hard to
sift through the multitude of products that claim to work, especially since most cases require such a long-term commitment to certain products
before finally seeing results. Knowing this, we can’t help but to always be on
the lookout for something that will cure even the most severe dark spots over time—and luckily, we might have just found the solution.

Recently, Reddit user Dolliesimpson
took to the website to share a before-and-after of herself showing just how
well her current skin care routine is treating her post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation
(PIH). The results displayed in the image are so dramatic that viewers immediately flooded
Dolliesimpson’s post with questions about the exact products she used, to which she replied with a complete explanation of her routine.  

You May Also Like: The Real Reasons Why Your Skin Is Discolored

Here’s the rundown: In the morning, Dolliesimpson uses the Advanced Clinicals Vitamin C Anti-Aging Serum ($15) and sunblock. But for night, she changes her routine to include a quick cleanse with La Roche-Posay Pigmentclar
($26) followed by an application of the The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% Zinc 1% ($5). “Wash with La Roche-Posay Pigmentclar (love
this!) Then the Ordinary Niacinamide 10% zinc 1%. Moisturize with Ceramide
Rosette Gel before bed,” she explained on the

only is it impressive that it took so few products to produce these results,
but one of the skin care items—The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1%—retails
for only $5. Affordable and effective, The Ordinary serum repairs rough skin texture as well as treat blemishes
and congestion. The La Roche-Posay Pigmentclar and Advanced Clinicals Vitamin C Anti-Aging Serum, on the other hand, both work to exfoliate the skin and help shed dark cells from the
skin’s service, therefore reducing the appearance of deep-rooted hyperpigmentation over

all the ingredients found in the products Dolliesimpson is using to fade her
dark spots are key for creating a brighter, clearer complexion. However, it’s
important to note that products containing vitamin C and Niacinamide should not
be mixed. Instead, they should be applied at alternate times (one in the
morning and one at night)—just like Dolliesimpson did—in order to preserve the
effectiveness of both products.

By | 2018-05-08T22:07:56+00:00 May 8th, 2018|Categories: Plastic Surgery|0 Comments

Leave A Comment