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Hyperpigmentation

1- Inflammation (caused by sun exposure, acne, hormonal shifts, a cut, or burn)
2- Melanocytes produce pigment
3- Packets of pigment travel from the melanocyte to the skin cell
4- The pigment is distributed like an umbrella to protect the skin cells' DNA from damage
5- On the surface, the skin may have one small dark spot or be uniformly darker (as with a suntan)

Facial Wash

Gently remove impurities and makeup while leaving the skin hydrated, soothed and pH balanced with this cleanser including lactic acid, aloe and willow bark.

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Pigment Gel® HQ Free

Reduce discolorations and promote an even skin tone with this spot-treatment serum with kojic and azelaic acids, perfect for those sensitive to hydroquinone.

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Intensive Brightening Treatment: 0.5% pure retinol night

Dramatically reduce discoloration and age-related skin yellowing with this innovative retinol formula powered with resveratrol, hexylresorcinol and niacinamide.

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Après Peel® Hydrating Balm

Improve the overall appearance of aging skin with this light-textured moisturizer containing chasteberry, soy isoflavones, and olive and wheat germ oils.

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Weightless Protection Broad Spectrum SPF 45

Experience UVA/UVB protection that feels like it disappears in this fast-absorbing SPF product with caffeine and milk thistle for extra environmental protection.

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C&E Advanced with Hexylresorcinol and Silymarin

Strengthen, smooth and protect skin while dramatically reducing the appearance of discoloration. This advanced, anhydrous corrective antioxidant contains therapeutic levels of hexylresorcinol (1%), a powerful skin-brightening agent; silymarin (1%), a potent antioxidant; and maximum vitamin concentrations: 20% vitamin C and 5% vitamin E.

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Tips

Wear a broad spectrum sunscreen every morning and reapply every two hours you're outside. The sun is responsible for a lot of premature signs of aging and the appearance of pigmentation.

Use a daily vitamin C product. Vitamin C has shown to reduce environmental damage that results in dark spots.

Use spot treatments for dark spots before full-face serums. This will help those products penetrate better.

Be diligent. Consistency is key in getting your best results.