Spots on the face?
More than 80% of the world's population suffer from skin blemishes. These appear due to multiple factors, including problems with hormones, genetic predisposition, aging or sun exposure.
The spots are the consequence of the fact that the cells that produce the pigments work at a higher speed. This is a process that we cannot stop, but we could keep up to avoid overproduction of melanin.
Learn about 4 basic tips to prevent stains:
Always use sunscreen. As we already explained to you in our article "There is more to light than meets the eye" ; the sun's rays can penetrate clouds and windows. So you should ALWAYS use protection
Keep in mind a depigmenting treatment in your routine. When the stain is already on your face, you should use products (including exfoliants) that help you leave the skin smoother and more homogeneous. We recommend: KIT SKIN BRIGHTENING and ENZIMATIC POLISH WITH NIACINAMIDE - 100% Free of parabens, free of animal cruelty and dermatologically approved by the FDA
Avoid touching the breakouts on your face as they can leave marks that are difficult to remove, which will darken when exposed to the sun, becoming permanent spots.
Drink water frequently throughout the day. The skin is one of the first organs to be affected by dehydration, weakening its protective systems against the sun's rays. If you find it difficult to drink water, opt for cold teas and infusions or unsweetened juices