When BLACK women are asked what most makes them feel old an depressed, did you know Dark Spots is the #1 cited reason Doctors and dermatologists that do work on African American stars that appear on TV networks like BET and keeping many of our favorite on-screen stars looking CentricTV smooth and flawless. They discovered many famous clients suffer from the same issues as the rest of us, dark spots! While many of their clients can afford expensive and invasive surgical treatments, it was simply too painful for many of them and the recovery times were often prohibitive as it would delay movie or tv shoots. Skin specialist clients therefore DEMANDED that there be a better way to treat these annoying dark spots on the hands and faces without the pain. Fortunately, the experts were up to the task the skin specialist drew on his experience in the field, and his training at the highly regarded skin experts, and found the answer. If you missed the results on Youtube where clients explains the results of his solution to helping women everywhere feel younger and look better, you can watch the detailed explanation story here Watch people talk about it in this short video the simple brilliance new method.
Melasma is a skin condition presenting as brown patches usually on the face of adults. A change in hormonal status may trigger melasma. It is commonly associated with pregnancy and called chloasma, or the “mask of pregnancy”. Both sides of the face are usually affected, and the most common sites of involvement are the cheeks, bridge of nose, forehead, and upper lip.
This condition is mainly found in adult women and the exact cause is not known. However there is an association with pregnancy,oral contraceptives excessive ultrviolet light exposure and hereditary factors. It is not contagious but can be quite cosmetically embarrassing.
Dark spots, which is sometimes referred to as age spots, sun spots, liver spots, and freckles, are usually flat, round and brown in color. These are often harmless and, in most cases, caused by too much exposure to the sun. And because dark spots are not only unattractive but can also make people look older, ways are sought to reduce, or even eliminate, these ugly spots. And luckily, there are several home remedies to help eliminate these dark spots using ingredients one may easily find in the comfort of his own kitchen. Here are some:
Buttermilk – had been used for generations as a skin cleanser and as a beauty aid. It is known to have lactic acid which is beneficial to the skin. Here’s how: Dab buttermilk on the dark spots.
Cocoa Butter – known antioxidant and an effective skin mosturizer. Here’s how: Massage the affected area with cocoa butter.
Avocado – a rich source of unsaturated fatty acids, vitamin E, oleic acid and other compounds known to help sooth and heal skin tissues. Here’s how: Peel and mash ripe avocado and apply the juice on the affected area.
Potato – contains starch and mild bleaching property which is good in skin lightening. Here’s how: Apply raw potato juice on the affected area.
Aloe Vera – credited for healing several skin conditions. Here’s how: Use the juice or the gel frequently on the spots.
Lime or Lemon – well known bleaching agent, rich in antioxidants. Here’s how: Apply the juice directly on the spots.
Honey – a good skin mosturizer. Here’s how: Mix equally it with the juice of lime (or lemon) and apply on the affected area.
Vitamin E Oil – antioxidant often used to reduce or fade scars. It can even even out skin tone by fading discolorations. Here’s how: Puncture Vitamin E capsule and squeeze the oil directly into the spots.
But one must keep in mind that there is no assurance that these home remedies will work perfectly on them, though these ingredients have already proven their effectiveness in some cases. One must perfectly understand, too, that its a case-to-case basis. Those remedies that worked to one person may not work to another person and vice versa. And of course, one should mind his allergies, too, before trying any of the ways mentioned above. And for a faster healing process, one may also try the countless over-the-counter hyperpigmentation creams that was known to help eliminate dark spots. There is always a myriad of choice out there, lucky us.
For African American and people of color the word hyperpigmentation also know as dark spots can be a nightmare. Dark spots can develop after years of repeated sun exposure or acne or irration that causes an additive pigment effect on the skin. Once dark spots develop they will grow larger if left alone.Thus, in order not to progress, it is important to constantly use topical treatments, sunscreens, hats, and other protective clothing.
Most of the sunscreens block UVB well, if they are above 15 to 30 SPF (Sun Protective Factor) and stays on well. UVB are rays that are seasonal, mainly around summer months, and are blocked over 70% by window or car glass. There are many ways to reduce hyperpigmentation are many. For the medium-skinned individual, one has to have a great deal of patience. In many cases the coloration will be reduced with a combination therapy. If the hyperpigmentation is milder, topical medications can be successful. These include hydroquinone, azelaic acid, kojic acid/ kojic dipalmitate, arbutin, retinoids, peptides, coffee berry, glucosamine, niacinamide, and other anti-oxidants. Since physicians can use a higher percentage of the active ingredient(s), if you have moderate or severe pigmentation, you may want to seek the care of a dermatologist.
If moderate or severe hyperpigmentation exists, one may need to be seen by a dermatologist. In these more involved cases, a combination therapy of topical skin lightening agents, sunscreens, liquid nitrogen, electrodesiccation, microdermabrasion, and laser therapy may be used. Cosmetic camouflage is useful while waiting for the pigmentation to be reduced.
Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun, or from artificial light sources, can be divided into longer wavelength UVA, which causes tanning and wrinkling of the skin, and shorter wavelength UVB, which causes sunburn.
Remember: “A” in UVA stands for skin aging, “B” in UVB for sunburn.
SPF (Sun Protection Factor) is a reflection on how well the sunscreen product protects the skin from redness caused by sun exposure. It is therefore an assessment of protection against the effect of UVB.
Because of the propensity for tanning, minor blemishes in ethnic skin types can become quite dark and noticeable, primarily because of the tanning response upon exposure to sunlight