Out, Dark Spots!


Just think: Brighter days ahead.

Hyperpigmentation is a nuisance for those who have it.

It is a darkening of an area of skin caused by the overproduction of a pigment in the skin known as melanin. It is relatively common and usually harmless. However, it may look less than perfect on your skin.

There is no ‘cure’ for hyperpigmentation. However, there are some options to treat this condition by lightening the appearance of it and we have it.

1. Crystal Clear Scrub

Achieve instant gratification with our magical microdermabrasion treatment. This non-chemical procedure is non-ablative, which means it does not destroy skin tissue. You can also do it at the comfort of your very own home! Do this once a week! 

Formulated with skin-smoothing, ultra-refining bamboo micro-crystals, conditioning vitamin E and soothing aloe, this luxuriant exfoliant leaves no ‘pore’ unturned to give your complexion an overhaul, revealing a fresher, silky-smooth and flawless feel. 

2. Lightening Complexion Corrector


Facial discolorations can be caused by sun damage, blemishes & scarring. They are certainly no fun to deal with but this serum makes everything just a little easier. 


The lightening complexion corrector evens out skin tone, re-texturizes roughened skins, illuminates dull & damaged skins while repairing cellular aging from daily environmental attacks so skin looks radiant, luminous and pigment free in no time. 

3. Sunscreen


Do you know that you may be causing your own pigmentation? Yes, by not wearing sunscreen. In this hot climate, sunscreen is definitely a need! Since brown spots are created by the sun – think of it as your skin talking to you, and telling you that it has had too much exposure. Time to seek shade or reapply that SPF!

4. Skin Rescue


This stuff seriously rescues your skin! This is an overnight acne attacker with oil absorbing, anti- inflammatory & pigment-preventing properties!

5. Stress


When you’re stressed out, your body can send your hormones into frenzy, triggering responses that lead to breakouts and rashes, while leaving you vulnerable to other ailments as your free radical numbers increase. It’s definitely in your best interest—inwards and outwards—to take time to chill out once in a while.


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