Spots and Dots
We have discussed how to cure brown spots in a previous post. A consistent application of an exfoliant and smart depigmentor at night, while protecting your skin in the AM will banish those brown hyperpigmentation spots in no time. Unfortunately, red pigmentation is a much more difficult problem. Red pigmentation cannot be fixed with topical skincare products. Instead, it needs to be treated by a dermatologist because the only effective solution to redness is laser treatment.
If you can't get to a dermatologist, there are a few temporary fixes that can help hide your redness. Products that contain caffeine temporarily decrease redness by helping to reduce blood vessels. And the easiest solution would be to conceal redness with green-based foundations and concealers, as the green pigment helps to counteract the red of your skin. However, these solutions are only temporary. So if you are looking to banish redness, be sure to talk to your dermatologist.
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