You Glow Girl: Easy Solutions for Problematic Pigmentation

Written by on December 19, 2012 in Inside Beauty with 2 Comments

144333976Too much of a good thing can sometimes be not so wonderful.

Melanin production, our body’s UV-defense mechanism, is great at protecting our skin from damaging effects from the sun. But overproduction can lead to unsightly spots and dark patches, causing us to look much older than we really are. These pigmentation problems are very common and can be caused by not only the sun, but also hormones and inflammation.

Luckily, there are three easy steps to make sure your skin looks bright and lovely year round!

Vitamin C + Licorice Root

Vitamin C is a first class antioxidant and a common ingredient in skin care. But not all Vitamin C products are created equal. When in a stable formula, Vitamin C and help brighten the appearance of dark spots and protect from future visible damage. All Sensé products contain an exclusive Vitamin C blend called Proteo-C ™, offering powerful beauty therapy to even the most troubled skin. Another known skin lightener is licorice root. Licorice root has been shown to disrupt melanin synthesis, helping the skin to appear brighter. When used together with Vitamin C, these two create the perfect illuminating duo. Try Sensé Perfecting Essence. This gentle formula contains both Proteo-C™ and Licorice Root Extract making it extremely effective and is safe for sensitive skin types.

Blog Image DPE_edited-11Acid-based formulas

Chemical peels are highly popular treatments for hyperpigmentation, but how can you get a similar effect at home? Try Sensé Serum Intensive. This product is a true skin saver for those seeking younger, clearer-looking skin. The formula features a concentrated hydroxy complex that includes glycolic, lactic, malic, tartaric, and salicylic acids to dramatically boost cell turnover. This boost in skin cell regeneration is crucial to visibly eliminate dark spots and improve overall appearance and tone. When used regularly, you can expect beautiful results.

Sunscreen

Sun protection is one of the best measures you can take to help prevent hyperpigmentation, and avoid other signs of visible sun damage like fine lines and wrinkles. Use a daily moisturizer like Sensé Daytime Protective Emulsion that has broad spectrum SPF 15. Sun exposure is the leading cause of hyperpigmentation, so protecting your skin from damaging UV rays will help keep it clear and bright.

Well there’s the scoop!

Wishing you all beauty and health.

Jessica Reimer is a Senior Marketing Manager at USANA Health Sciences. If you have any stories, comments, or questions that you would like to see addressed in this feature, please send them to whatsupusana@usana.com.

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About the Author: Jessica has what she considers a healthy obsession with all things beauty and fashion. During the summer, when she is not working, you can find her by the pool with the most current issue of Cosmo. .

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  1. Nicole Lee says:

    Because we live in such a sun drenched part of the world, and therefore also have critical levels of skin cancer, I always apply products to the backs of my hands and to the decolletage. (South East Queensland, Australia, with some of the most beautiful beaches in the world and a sub-tropical climate has one of the highest incidence of skin cancer in the world. If you go to to one of the specialist mainstream clinics they will strongly advise you to use chemotherapy ointment to treat the lesions. Yuk, no thanks. I\’ll stick with Dr Wentz) The results are amazing. I now have grungy looking backs of fingers ( so I really know it works) so I have to remember to treat them too. Love you, USANA, and our wonderful Sense mediatiors. Merry Christmas and a Peaceful New Year to all.

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