Dark spots are skin discolorations and a form of hyperpigmentation where patches of skin become darker in color because of excess melanin. They can form anywhere on the body but commonly on the face, chest, back, and arm.
How long does it take for dark spots and hyperpigmentation to fade?
Depending on the severity, most dark spots and hyperpigmentation may fade over time. For brighter skin in just two weeks, try an intensive 14-day treatment for improved skin radiance and skin tone.
What does hyperpigmentation look like?
Hyperpigmentation leads to dark spots on skin’s surface and can appear in many forms including dark spots, sun spots, age spots, and post acne marks.
What is the difference between dark spots and hyperpigmentation?
Dark spots are an effect of hyperpigmentation. When overproduced melanin particles cluster together, they result in dark spots on skin’s surface.
Once I get rid of dark spots, can they reappear?
Dark spots can reappear so it’s important to be consistent with a brightening skincare routine in addition to using a broad spectrum sunscreen to help prevent dark spots from forming in the first place.