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    Black Skin Care Acne Dark Spots

     

     

    A lot of individuals who has passed the age of puberty suffer with dark spots that usually results from acne. If you suffer from acne dark spots, do not lose hope for there are still ways to remedy this type of skin condition. There are certain steps that you can follow to avoid future acne breakouts and dark spots.

     

    Of course all individuals desire to have smooth, clear skin and even toned complexion. African American skin is very sensitive and more prone to acne breakouts. It is no wonder that they usually have dark spots that hard to treat and recurring. But thanks to modern innovations, there are more treatments available to treat dark spot on African American skin.

     

    There are times that regular cleansing of the space is not enough prevent the development of dark spots medically termed as hyper-pigmentation. Hyper-pigmentation is manifested by small pockets of discolored skin. These often remain even after pimple scaring has disappeared. There are many factors that contribute to hyper-pigmentation like Edison’s disease or hepatic problems. Taking too much iron can also cause dark spots on the skin. Hormonal changes during menopause or pregnancy also plays a role in skin discoloration. Aside from that, vitamin A, B and E deficit can also can hyper-pigmentation.

     

    African American skin has more melanin and this is usually the cause why dark skin can be very sensitive. Too much sun exposure can cause skin and irritation and in turn will promote acne eruption. This is the reason why dark skin individuals like African American, Asians and Latinos face this kind of skin condition.

     

    Dark spots on the skin can be treated at home but if it persists, it would be better to check with a medical professional or dermatologists. This way you would know that the dark spot is harmless. It is important to determine that the dark spot is benign before it can be treated effectively. Some dark spots can be easily treated with cream and sun block application. But for severe dark spots medical treatments would be more preferable such as skin peelings. It would be best to consult with dermatologists before you undergo any medical treatments for dark spots.

     

    The key to treating persistent dark spots is prevention. Whenever you go out, use a sunscreen with SPF 15 or even higher. Never pick on your pimples since it can cause acne scaring. Lastly, pick up a skin product that is mild made from organic and natural ingredients.

    Quick Start Guide Blackskin.com Fade Kit

    QUICK-START GUIDE

    JUST 3 STEPS = CLEAR, EVENLY TONED SKIN

    Here's how to treat acne and dark spots using our products. All steps are designed to be used together and consistently for best results!

    Step One wash your face with the Acne or Glycolic Wash

    Step Two Apply Gel Directly to your Spots

    Make sure to test the fading gel on a small area of your skin for 24 to 48 hours and look for any signs of irritation like redness or itching if so its not recommended that you proceed with use.You can use que tip or your fingers to apply the product.

    Apply Directly to the Dark Spots

    If its impossible to apply to each spots apply a thin layer to the area and monitor it.

    Do not apply any lotions or other products between the gel and your skin

    Do not expose the gel on your skin to sun light only apply at night or when indoors for the day. The fading gel is designed to brighten skin wherever it makes contact. Only a thin layer of gel is needed to see results.
    Step Three After at least 8-10 hours

    Wash off fading gel and apply Dark Prevention Sunscreen

    Apply makeup on top of sunscreen if you wear makeup. Reapply Sunscreen every 3-4 hours if your in direct sunlight consistently.

    How To Use Dark Spot Fade Kit

    QUICK-START GUIDE

    JUST 3 STEPS = CLEAR, EVENLY TONED SKIN

    Here's how to treat acne and dark spots using our products. All steps are designed to be used together and consistently for best results!

    Step One wash your face with the Acne or Glycolic Wash

    Step Two Apply Gel Directly to your Spots

    Make sure to test the fading gel on a small area of your skin for 24 to 48 hours and look for any signs of irritation like redness or itching if so its not recommended that you proceed with use.You can use que tip or your fingers to apply the product.

    Apply Directly to the Dark Spots

    If its impossible to apply to each spots apply a thin layer to the area and monitor it. 

    Do not apply any lotions or other products between the gel and your skin

    Do not expose the gel on your skin to sun light only apply at night or when indoors for the day. The fading gel is designed to brighten skin wherever it makes contact. Only a thin layer of gel is needed to see results.

    Step Three After at least 8-10 hours

    Wash off fading gel and apply Dark Prevention Sunscreen

    Apply makeup on top of sunscreen if you wear makeup. Reapply Sunscreen every 3-4 hours if your in direct sunlight consistently.

    Remedies for dark spots:

    A mild acidic that penetrates through the surface of the skin
    • Lemon juice, Apple Cider Vinegar
    • Vitamin E used on the spots often (may be in the form of liquid or cream)
    • Cocoa Butter applied often to even the skin tone
    • Pure African Black Soap gently cleanses and has been known to even the skin tone
    • Dermatologists may recommend creams containing Hydroquinone for spot treatment
    • Use a product designed for providing even skin tones such as Ambi or Biore
    • Always use a good Sunscreen of at least SPF 20

    As always, consult with your doctor or dermatologist before starting any new skin regimens.