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Hyperpigmentation Serums & Other Products

Brightening and evening out tone, improve acne marks, dark spots, and discoloration, with our skin products for hyperpigmentation.

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GlyPro AHA Resurfacing Cleanser
Phyto-Calm Aloe Hydrator
GlyPro AHA Resurfacing Peel
Retinol + C Smoothing Peel
Hydra-Bright AHA Glow Peel
Brighten + Glow Elevated Essentials Set
GlyPro Retinol Drops
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C-Shield Anti-Pollution Drops
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Hydra-Bright Alpha Arbutin Drops
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Hyperpigmentation Treatment Tips to Try

Improve the overall brightness of your skin when you follow our hyperpigmentation treatment tips. Find the right products to help with your concerns with dark spots. Learn how to find the best products for hyperpigmentation treatment highlighted below.

Skin products for hyperpigmentation help inhibit melanin formation, offering exfoliation to brighten and target any pigmented areas. But, what is hyperpigmentation? Hyperpigmentation is a darkening of the skin due to over-accumulation or uneven distribution of melanin—a pigment in your skin. Also known as dark spots, age spots, brown spots, sun spots, acne marks, or melasma, hyperpigmentation can be caused by damaging sun exposure , hormones, medications, pregnancy, skin trauma, or injury.

One common culprit in causing hyperpigmentation is acne. It can appear as red or brown marks known as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. If any hyperpigmentation is exposed to the sun without suncare, it can deepen, so your first solution for hyperpigmentation is practicing good suncare. Ensure you’re targeting hyperpigmentation with your exfoliating ritual using brightening ingredients such as Vitamin C, alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs), kojic acid, alpha arbutin, and retinol. Adding a hyperpigmentation serum to your routine can help target specific pigmented areas by brightening and smoothing, for a more even skin tone. Start low and slow to build up your skin’s tolerance and always consult a dermatologist for more serious hyperpigmentation issues such as melasma.