Pigmentation: Concerns & Care Regime

Is the patchy uneven area around your mouth bothering you? Well, now worry no more. We have the most effective regimen ready for you. All you have to do is follow the 3 steps and have an even and glowing skin. 

What is Pigmentation? 

Pigmentation is the colour of a person's skin. When one is healthy, the skin will look normal (according to the climate, region and origin). If one is ill or injured, then the skin might change colour, becoming darker (hyperpigmentation) or lighter (hypopigmentation). Hyperpigmentation is a more prevalent concern and we are going to further discuss that. 

What is Hyperpigmentation?

Hyperpigmentation occurs when the skin produces more melanin, the pigment that gives skin its colour. This can make spots or patches of skin appear darker than surrounding areas. It is a common skin condition and can affect people of all skin types. One of the most common areas that gets affected by hyperpigmentation is around the mouth. 

Why do I have hyperpigmentation? 

A common cause of hyperpigmentation is an excess production of melanin. 

Sometimes pregnancy can change hormone levels and can affect melanin production in some women. At times certain kinds of medications can cause hyperpigmentation. Also, some chemotherapy drugs can cause hyperpigmentation as a side effect. 

Excessive sun exposure can also cause an increase in melanin.

So in case, you think you have a patchy or uneven skin tone or the area around your lips is darker than the rest of your face, you have landed on the correct spot! 

If you can combat hyperpigmentation naturally, then the chances of it happening again is very less. So let's take care of it with some of the most potent, pure and effective botanical ingredients of Speaking Herbs. 

Anti-hyperpigmentation regime 

The 3 step clean skincare routine to take care of pigmentation: 

STEP 1: 

Wash your face with cold water and pat dry with a cotton pad/ soft towel. (illustration depicting it) 

STEP 2: 

Basil Water is a very effective astringent/toner. With the easy mist spray applicator, spritz it on your face. Make sure to cover your entire face (3-4 spritz should be enough). You can let it dry on its own or use a cotton pad or a soft towel to dry it. (illustration depicting it) 

STEP 3: 

Moringa Oil is rich in Behenic acid and filled with vitamin E. It is a very popular oil  in the beauty industry because of its tremendous healing powers. Tea Tree Oil is an essential oil that helps in reducing skin inflammation. The combination of these two oils is a very effective and natural way to prevent and reduce pigmentation. 

Take 3-4 drops of Moringa Oil and to it add 1-2 drops of Tea Tree Oil. Apply it generously all over your face. You will notice that it is not greasy and your face will feel fresh and light. 

Following the above mentioned steps should be good enough for you if you think you are starting to develop the signs of hyperpigmentation.

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