The Solution for Hyperpigmentation

The problem

So you didn’t apply sunscreen when you were told and now, what was once a smattering of endearing freckles have become radiance-robbing dark spots and uneven pigmentation. For some, the cause of hyerpigmentation may be acne scarring, for others it’s pregnancy or birth control pills. Either way, it’s unsightly and frustrating. find chemistry

The solution

For hyperpigmentation to occur, melanin production has been kicked into overdrive. To treat it, dermatologists traditionally advise chemical peels or laser therapies, but we’ve found the at-home solution: a power couple made up of iS Clinical’s White Lightening Serum and PCA Skin’s Pigment Gel (HQ Free).

The iS Clinical White Lightening Serum will help with areas of concern by providing antioxidant protection, reducing inflammation, inhibiting the production of melanin, and exfoliating the skin without excess peeling or irritation. This serum is a gentle but powerful formulation to help achieve lighter, healthier skin and has received testimonials from dermatologists all over the world.

PCA SKIN’s Pigment Gel (HQ Free) uses an exfoliating combo of lactic, kojic and azelaic acids to perform the at-home chemical peel action we were talking about, while glutathione and tyrosinase inhibit melanin production to prevent further dark patches from forming.

Better together

Use both products together for the ultimate hyperpigmentation-busting regimen. Each is suitable for sensitive skin, but should be applied sparingly.

We recommend using the iS Clinical White Lightening Serum as a daily spot treatment, switching it up with PCA SKIN’s Pigment Gel (HQ Free) from time to time.

If you have very reactive skin then reverse the formula for optimum results.

Got a different skin concern? Explore our other formulas.



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