Rejuvenating set can treat dark spots effectively. Let’s have an overview about dark spots, their symptoms, causes and finally how to treat them.
Dark spots on the skin, also known as hyperpigmentation, age spots, or liver spots, depending on their cause, can happen at any time. But most often appear in middle age. Most often, they are a consequence of past sun exposure or artificial UV light used in tanning beds. The spots are also associated with certain skin conditions and can occur as a side effect of some medications as well.
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Dark Spots Symptoms
These spots can range from light to dark brown or black in color, are flat, and generally oval-shape.
Dark spots can develop anywhere. But they are most likely to appear on the parts of the body that receive the most sun exposure, including:
- The face.
- The backs of the hands.
- The shoulders.
- The arms.
- The back.
While usually small, several spots can group together and form larger areas of darkened skin.
Exposure to UV Light
Whether from the sun or from an artificial source, such as tanning beds, is the most significant cause. Hyperpigmentation often starts to take hold during middle age when the skin starts to show the consequences of sun exposure. Especially, if sunscreen and other sun-protective measures were not used. Those with light hair or skin, and who have had severe or many sunburns are at particular risk.
The following other causes, however, may be at play, either alone or in conjunction with one another or UV exposure:
- Liver disease
How rejuvenating set treat dark spots?
The rejuvenating toner and cream contain hydroquinone. Hydroquinone is the active ingredient in rejuvenating set. It works by inhibiting the production of melanin. The soap, toner and cream in rejuvenating set contain contain salicylic acid and glycolic acid, which remove the top layer of the skin, revealing healthier and more evenly toned skin beneath. Skin irritation is a possible risk.
As you age, dark spots may be inevitable. However, the bests way to help avoid getting dark spots (or to prevent faded ones from returning) include:
- Use SPF: Be diligent about wearing and reapplying sunscreen every two hours or sooner if you’ve been swimming or sweating a lot.
- Cover up: When outdoors, wear a hat (broad-brimmed is best), long sleeves, and pants. SPF fabrics can offer added protection.
- Avoid peak sun hours: UV exposure is usually greatest between the hours of 10 a.m.to 2 p.m.
Rejuvenating set and dark spots – Conclusion
Rejuvenating set can be an effective solution to even out the color of your skin and treat dark spots. If you want to know more about rejuvenating set, check this article here: In Video: What is Skin Rejuvenating Set And Tips On Using it?
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