Skin blemishes

Causes, solutions and best treatments for skin hyperpigmentation

Causes, solutions and best treatments for skin hyperpigmentation

Skin blemishes are especially common on the face, décolleté and on the back of the hands, and are a widespread and heartfelt aesthetic problem that more and more women, but also men, would like to get rid of. Despite the age or color of the complexion, in fact, skin hyperpigmentation can be a source of discomfort.

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Causes of of skin spots appearance

Let's see what are the causes of their appearance and treatments for skin hyperpigmentation.

First of all, it is important to remember that skin blemishes are areas of the skin, of variable size, which have a darker coloration than the surrounding area, therefore also known as skin dyschromia.

They are due to an excessive production of melanin (pigment responsible for the color of skin, eyes and hair) by melanocytes, cells located in the deepest layer of the epidermis. At the origin of the dyschromia there is, therefore, the skin pigment that is present in excess. The process that leads to hyperpigmentation is very complex: L-Tyrosine is an amino acid that turns into melanin and, later, is spread by melanocytes to cells located more superficially in the epidermis.

Skin hyperpigmentation happens under different stimuli such as sun exposure, genetic factors, but also age, inflammatory conditions, skin wounds or hormonal fluctuations. 

Sunlight activates the production of melanin, which is why we tan in the sun. Melanin acts as a natural skin's shield against possible damage due to sun and artificial ultraviolet rays: however, excessive or unprotected sun exposure interferes with this physiological process, representing the main cause of the appearance of skin spots. It must therefore be borne in mind that, as a first step, it is important to protect yourself from UV rays and avoid direct exposure to the sun during the central hours of the day.

Subjects with hypersensitive skin or acne are more prone to skin dyschromia.

Another triggering factor is skin ageing: the onset of skin spots is, in fact, one of the main signs of age.

Solutions and treatments for skin hyperpigmentation

Here is what to do in order to solve this problem and the inconveniences it can create for us, it is possible to use treatments such as pulsed light rather than laser, i.e. dermocosmetic solutions that must be recommended and performed exclusively by industry specialists. However, they do not always manage to eliminate the problem and, above all, do not prevent the onset of any new discolouration, as well as being relatively expensive and aggressive.

It becomes necessary to have recourse to a more realistic solution within everyone's reach, also in economic terms. The first step to counteract the onset of skin spots and, above all, to act on the spots we already have on the skin, is to considerably reduce their visibility in order to have a homogeneous, uniform, luminous and youthful complexion.

For this reason, many products for the treatment of dyschromia have been launched on the market in recent years. In this market, an exclusive position for innovation and originality of active ingredients is held by a molecule resulting from recent Italian Research, called Renovase® and briefly described as "cell renewal molecule".

The treatment and the time required to achieve the first results.

The treatment can give the first results within 2-3 weeks, which is the time needed to complete the cell renewal process under the stimulus of the active ingredients contained in RENOVASE SPOT®.

It is important to remember that the time required to achieve the desired attenuation of spots can be subjective, varying depending on the individual response to the treatment. Timeliness and perseverance in application play a decisive role in achieving the desired results as soon as possible.

RENOVASE SPOT® is designed to counteract dark blemishes and uneven skin tone that can be caused by various factors (including ageing, age spots and exposure to sunlight). Its exclusive depigmenting action is due to the patented active ingredients that have an antioxidant action on the skin and counteract the production of melanin, the skin pigment responsible for the onset of spots.

It is recommended to applyRENOVASE SPOT® twice a day, on areas affected by dyschromia, avoiding the eye area.

It is recommended that the first application is preceded by a thorough cleansing of the skin and an exfoliating treatment of the affected areas with RENOVASE MASK®.

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