Natural Skin Care for Intense Skin Rejuvenation
Dark Spots On Face
Some dark spots are on our face since the day we are born and some are born much later in life. Any sort of dark mark on the skin can run the gamut from disturbing to disfiguring. It is normal that people get bothered by skin discoloration. Whatever kind of discoloration it is, from melasma to age spots, people want it gone. For the most part, any type of discoloration can be rectified, with the arrival of the latest lasers and other innovative medical treatments.
From age spots to vitiligo, unsightly skin color changes can embarrass even the most thick-skinned among us. These are some of the most common skin-souring marks:
Birthmarks. The dark marks come in various shapes and sizes, appearing at birth or soon after in shades of red and brown. The exact causes are not known, but some are related to blood vessel deformities occurring as early as the embryo’s first month. Some types disappear during childhood — for other, lasers can often reduce or obliterate the blobs.
Moles. Medically known as pigmented naevi, the brown-to-blackish blemishes can be flat or raised and can grow or disappear with age. Moles are formed when the skin’s natural pigment (melanin) coagulates. The Ruby laser can remove moles (proven benign in biopsies).
Age Spots. These spots, which often appear on the face, chest and hands as we age, are technically known as solar lentigo. Don’t mistake them for freckles — age spots tend to be larger and more irregular in shape. Age spots appear when sun damage throws off the patterns of pigment-producing melanocytes. Lightening creams, chemical peels and laser procedures can help make age spots a problem of the past.
Melasma. These brown stains on the face or chest are most common in women during the second half of pregnancy and those taking the birth control pill. Hormones from pregnancy or the pill can increase the body’s production of melanin, which can land unevenly in different areas. Sunbathing can enhance the staining effect — staying out of the sun is best, and using an SPF 15+ sunscreen is the next-best thing. Options range from topical creams, to light glycolic acid peels, to the Ruby laser for resistant remnants.
Vitiligo. This total loss of skin pigment, which some say accounts for changes in Michael Jackson’s skin color, affects 1 percent of the population. People may be at higher risk for this skin bleaching if they have thyroid disorders, pernicious anemia, decreased adrenal gland function or a condition called alopecia areata that causes hair loss. Possible causes include abnormal nerve cells that hinder the body’s production of pigment or an autoimmune or autotoxic reaction in which the pigment cells are attacked. There are two ways to go: When a high percentage of pigment has been lost, an oral medication can rid the body of the remaining pigmentation to achieve a uniform lighter look. For those with less pigment loss, a type of so-called ultraviolet therapy sometimes restores a significant amount of pigment to the white patches.
Thread Veins. These are dilated veins that manifest as fine red traces on the cheeks or legs. More common in women than in men, contributing causes might include heredity, hormones, skin type, photo-damage, injury, long periods of sitting or standing and other things that could increase pressure within the veins. Lasers are used a lot these days, but another option is a procedure called sclerotherapy, in which saline solution or another chemical is injected into the vein, shutting off the blood supply. But because of sclerotherapy’s risks, especially around the face and ankles, vascular lasers are the treatment of choice for these areas.
As you can see, there are many treatments for this skin condition. Many of them talk about surgical or laser procedures, which will need several days to heal and may have unwanted side effects… would you like to try a new alternative?
We want to introduce you to our new product BIOSKINCARE™, which is a natural solution to clear your skin of dark spots.
This natural cream restores the normal color of healthy skin and speeds skin regeneration & the replacement of damaged cells. Opens clogged pores, allows for normal shedding off dead skin cells, softens skin and helps to remove scars and skin imperfections.
What makes our cream effective?
BIOSKINCARE™ penetrates deeply into the skin and reactivates its own processes, triggering the production of collagen and the skin’s own natural moisturizers. The rate of skin cell production and emission is increased because of its skin renewal activators.
Application of the cream twice a day for a period of 2 months yields:
- Decrease in wrinkles depth,
- Increase of collagen and elastin from within
- Improvement of the water holding capacity,
- Reduction of age spots, dark pigmentation, hyperpigmentation, melasma,
- Relief of topic dermatitis,
- Restoration of the natural skin color of those affected by hiperpigmentation.
- age lines,
- age spots,
- athlete’s foot,
- diabetic sores,
- diaper rash,
- infected nails,
- insect bites/stings,
- skin allergies,
- post-surgical scars,
- enlarged pores,
- cracked and dry skin,
- acne scars,
- stretch marks.
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Natural skin care cream for healthy skin and a more even skin tone. Removes age spots, hyperpigmentation and melasma (the mask of pregnancy). Strengthens, nourishes skin and diminishes all signs of aging skin.
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- Blocks melanin synthesis and reduces the formation of unwanted pigmentation, allowing control over skin tone and brown spots. It helps with pigmented spots such as freckles, solar lentigines (also called liver spots or age posts), brown and cafe-au-lait spots, hyperpigmentation, and melasma (localized post-partum darkening of the skin)
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- Promotes cell proliferation and new synthesis of collagen and elastin from within the skin
- Helps remodel and speed turnover of the basal membrane of the skin
- Protects from the effects of UVA radiation
- Powerful enzymatic antioxidant activity by both Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) and Glutathione S-transferase (GSH-T)
- Acts as an anti-inflammatory as it metabolizes or breaks down the denatured proteins into its amino-acid components, which otherwise cause inflammaging, and releases them for rebuilding of the skin structures
- Protects skin by activity of low molecular antioxidants that have similar effects than those of Vitamin C but without the pitfalls or instability of cosmetics that contain Vitamin C
- Replenishes the lipid barrier of the skin
- Hydrates the skin and promotes the proliferation of glycosaminoglycans, the molecules that hold water in the skin from within and firm and strengthen sagging skin
- Supports Your Immune System
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