Who really needs a dark spot corrector? Do I need it? Well, unless you are in the small percentile of people that have a flawless complexion, you have probably noticed a few small imperfections here and there. Anyone who knows dark spots knows the difficulty of dealing with them. In the most severe cases you may even need to call in an expert, or as we know them, the dermatologists. Most cases do not end with a trip to the doctor though; they end with one to the beauty counter.
Where are these dark spots coming from? Well we have a list of possible reasons you are encountering these dark spots.
Scars from Acne:
Many of us see a pimple and would like it to disappear. Get it gone. The trouble with that is that the practice of popping the pimple can lead to scarring. This will turn that ugly zit into a worse problem and in most cases cause a darkening of the skin. IF you can wait, or have a remedy to use without getting your hands on it, this would be a better solution to any problem pimple, and your face will thank you in the long run.
Damage from the Sun:
Tanning and prolonged exposure to the Sun can wreak havoc on your face. Always be cautaus when you are outside and exposed to UV rays. Regardless of the time of year, always try and find a moisturizer with an SPF to prevent dark spots on your face and hands. If you are noticing dark spots, this can usually be remedied with a good Dark Spot Corrector. Always a good rule of thumb, is to prevent before you need to treat!
This is a tricky one, because you don’t get to pick the genes you were born with, sometimes luck does not work in your favor with this one. Best way to prevent any issues from arising is simply have a good treatment plan from the start, this will allow any spots you have to disappear over time, and also prevent new dark spots.
When it comes time to find that dark spot corrector, you have will want to keep a few things in mind. What is the key ingredient? Does it use harsh chemicals that are carcinogenetic? Some of the leading Dark Spot correctors use ingredients that can lead to more severe problems then having some dark spots on your skin. You will know when you find the right product.
The best way to treat dark spots is not to get them in the first place. Keep your sunscreen handy all year long!