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Triggers for Skin Pigmentation You May Not Know About

Triggers for Skin Pigmentation You May Not Know About

Dark spots, age spots, liver spots, scars, blemishes, and other words you use to define an uneven and discolored skin tone come under this broad term we know ashyperpigmentation. These skin concerns occur when excess melanin, a pigment responsible for giving color to your skin, is produced more than usual. The overproduction of melanin leaves brown patches on certain spots, making those areas look darker than the skin around them. 

Many factors, including sun damage, hormonal fluctuations, medical conditions, trauma, injury,  and acne, can contribute to the appearance of hyperpigmentation.  

If you have hyperpigmentation, don’t feel alone because it is a common skin concern that affects a large population, especially women, and the plight of tackling it is understandable.

Before we jump in to find the ways and treatments of concealing and calming hyperpigmentation, it is crucial to understand its causes. Let us start from there:


Triggers for Skin Pigmentation

These are a few significant reasons for hyperpigmentation:

  • Sun Spots: There is no shortage of reasons to avoid prolonged sun exposure if you want to maintain your skin’s wellbeing and vitality. UVA and UVB rays accelerate the aging process, exert oxidative stress, damage the moisture barrier, and cause sunspots.  What happens is, the ultraviolet rays penetrate deep inside the skin layers, speeding up the production of melanin pigments, which become clumped in certain areas, leaving behind dark spots. 
  • Melasma: Chloasma or Melasma is a skin condition in which prominent dark pigments appear on your face and stomach. Hormonal changes and fluctuations are the main triggers for this form of hyperpigmentation. Melasma most commonly happens during pregnancy. That’s why it is sometimes referred to as the “mask of pregnancy.” 
  • Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation: This kind of hyperpigmentation occurs due to an injury, trauma, or response to post inflammatory healing. Melanin is a protective pigment. It cures your skin after it goes through an injury. When your skin suffers from a lesion, breakout, eczema, or inflammation, the body produces more melanin on the injured spot to heal it. Hence the scar or a blemish.  
  • Medical Conditions: Hyperpigmentation can be a symptom of skin conditions like Addison’s disease and hemochromatosis that increase melanin production. It is better to check with a dermatologist if you are uncertain about the underlying cause of hyperpigmentation.

Which Natural Ingredients Help Lighten the Appearance of Hyperpigmentation?

  • Aloe Vera Gel: Aloe vera gel contains aloesin and aloin compounds that deeply exfoliate the skin, revealing a fresh and clear-looking complexion. It reduces the appearance of dark spots and promotes an even-toned look. 

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Luckily we have just the thing for you. Our Aloe Vera Gel contains 100% pure and natural aloe vera gel with lavender oil’s additional soothing effects. 

  • Vitamin C: Vitamin C is an effective cleanser and exfoliator that reduces the look of discoloration and blemishes by removing dead cells. It is also an excellent antioxidant that provides the skin with a protective barrier against UV rays’ damaging effectsthe leading cause of hyperpigmentation. 

Get the refreshing and beautifying benefits of vitamin C and vegan collagen in your skincare regimen with our paraben-free Vitamin C Serum. It suits all skin types.

  • Retinol: Retinol, a vitamin A derivative, improves the skin’s vitality and wellness, keeping it resilient in the face of external aggressors and free radicals. It encourages cell turnover and fades the appearance of sunspots and dark patches.
  • Apple Cider Vinegar: The star constituent in apple cider vinegar is acetic acid. It is lauded for its skin brightening and rejuvenating effects. It reduces the look of hyperpigmentation and enhances the overall radiance. 


Use this Apple Cider Vinegar Mask to slough away dead cells and uncover a renewed and revived complexion beneath the dullness.

  • Green Tea: Green tea is an incredibly therapeutic and hydrating ingredient that boosts skin health on many levels. Being naturally abundant with essential nutrients like vitamins A, B, C, and D, green tea provides powerful antioxidant care to tackle pollutants. It delivers intense hydration, balances pH levels, and makes the dull complexion look refreshed and rejuvenated. 

With matcha green tea, mint extract, aloe vera gel, and glycerin, our Green Tea Mud Mask might be the hydrating treat your skin has been craving for a long time. 

  • Hyaluronic Acid: Hyaluronic acid promotes bright and beautiful skin with its restorative qualities. It is known to boost collagen production, increase cell regeneration, improve barrier function and, as a result, encourage a glowing and vibrant complexion. 

Enhance your skin’s radiance and softness with an ultra-soothing formula in our Hyaluronic Facial Serum. It brought you the moisturizing and firming effects of retinol, vegan collagen,  aloe vera juice, and hyaluronic acid in one bottle. 

No matter what are triggers for your skin pigmentation or which ingredient you choose to tackle them, the goal is to keep your skin at its healthiest with a proper skincare regimen. For those looking to keep their regimen clean, safe and effective with nature-based ingredients, visit our shop to explore the wide range of products for every skin type.

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