Lighten Dark Spots with Glytone Skin Bleaching

Do you suffer from hyperpigmentation or dark spots on the face or body? As the skin ages, discoloration becomes normal, but many feel self conscious at the patches of darker color around the face and body. To reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation, the Glytone Skin Bleaching Fading Lotion is an ideal solution to fade areas that have become darker over time. So how does hyperpigmentation develop in the skin?

Melanin production, which gives skin its color, can change over time depending on a variety of causes to create patches of darker skin. Some of those factors include:

  • Sun exposure
  • Illness
  • Medications
  • History of hyperpigmentation developing after skin inflammation

Depending on the darkness of the hyperpigmentation, skin bleach can be used to help minimize the prominence of color. Always use the skin bleach as directed to prevent any irritation or further variation in skin color – it is possible to lighten the skin too much with bleach. One product available is the Glytone Skin Bleaching Fading Lotion, which features two percent hydroquinone and one percent kojic acid. Together, these ingredients work with glycolic acid to gently fade areas of discoloration. In addition to reducing the deeper color, the skin becomes smoother with each use leading to an overall brighter complexion.

To use the Glytone Skin Bleaching Fading Lotion, simply apply a small amount directly over the area of hyperpigmentation. Avoid getting the cream on lighter areas around the darker spot, as the bleach will continue to lighten those areas. Use the product as directed until you achieve the desired results – but don’t use the cream for an extended time. Give yourself two or three weeks of using and then refrain from applying it for a week or two before continuing on with the treatment.

In order to protect your newly lightening skin and prevent hyperpigmentation from taking place again, always wear sunscreen before heading outdoors. Sun damage is one of the leading factors of early aging and even worse, cancer. Always apply sunscreen to the face, neck and other exposed areas before going into the sun.