New Treatment for Hyperpigmentation on the Face That Eliminates the Risk Factors

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Many people believe small, brown patches on your skin are a natural occurrence of the aging process. While many people develop these spots as they age, they can also appear on your face as a result of pregnancy, disease, reaction to prescription drugs or skin trauma such as burns, blisters or infection. For many years, the most common treatment for these discolorations contains a whitening substance called hydroquinone. However, experts have begun to call this substance into question. They support a new treatment for hyperpigmentation on the face that eliminates any risk factors. Allow me to share with you what I know about this remedy.


You see, dermatological science has been slowly, but steadily moving away from old school skin care treatments made with synthetic chemicals. They understand the only way to treat, heal and support a healthy, bright complexion is to use substances which can work with the natural chemistry of the skin.

Why is this important?

Because your skin comes equipped with everything it needs to maintain a smooth, even-toned complexion. It’s only when skin cells become damaged that they can no longer manufacture enough collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid to keep the skin clear, firm and bright. So natural substances, which are molecularly compatible with human skin, have been found to provide the healing nourishment cells need to resume the healthy production of these structural proteins and fatty acids.


The synthetic chemicals which form the basis of a common treatment for hyperpigmentation on the face, are incompatible with the natural processes of the skin. Even if hydroquinone, ultimately, proves to be free from risk, you are still being exposed to other unhealthy chemicals such as petrolatum, mineral oil, isopropyl myristate, trietholamine, glycerin, propylene glycol, dyes, alcohols and fragrances.

So why expose yourself to the potential dangers of long-term chemical use when there are safe, effective natural alternatives?


The newest treatment for skin discolorations utilizes a remarkable extract harvested from a plant in India. Known as extrapone nutgrass root, this natural skin whitener produced a 41 % reduction in the production and clumping of melanin, the brown skin pigment manufactured by the skin. These results were achieved during rigorous clinical trials, without any harmful side effects.

Natural whitening creams with extrapone nutgrass root also boost an overall anti aging effect with the addition of potent plant-based oils and emollients, natural vitamins, minerals, proteins and enzymes. High concentrations of substances such as grapeseed oil, babbasu, natural vitamin E, Japanese sea algae, Co Enzyme Q10 and functional keratin, significantly improve the signs of aging by nourishing cells and supporting the healthy production of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid.


This special formulation of bio-active ingredients, along with, a potent natural skin whitener, makes a powerful treatment for hyperpigmentation on the face which also improves the overall tone and texture of the skin.

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