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dark marks left by Mosquito bites

Mosquito bite leaves dark marks or Hyperpigmentation on the skin, which can be quite difficult to fade.
Very high strength Actives are needed to fade these spots, as the marks are usually on exposed parts of the skin, which is tougher than the face,

Lightenex® range works at four different levels to give faster, and more permanent results due to its rich and adapted composition.

Step 1:  Wash the area with Lightenex® Wash & Scrub. This exfoliates the skin due to the enzymatic peel with Glycolic Acid, Salicylic acid and Alpha Hydroxy Acids.

Step 2: Massage Lightenex® Body Lotion. This is the best skin whitening wash with specific lighteners for Asian & darker skins.

Step 3:Lightenex® Gold Serum should be massaged every night for persistent dark areas.
In independent trials, 84% of the volunteers achieved an average of 26% reduction of melanin over an 8-week period.
This treatment is recommended by leading dermatologists and can be done at home. Pharmaclinix even offer a 30-day money back guarantee.

For further advice, you can get a Free consultation from: https://www.pharmaclinix.com/free-consultation/

How to Treat Hyperpigmentation From Acne Scars

Hyperpigmentation is a skin condition that usually happens in women. The main causes is usually from being exposed to the sun too long. However, acne is also a common cause.

How Acne Scars Result in Hyperpigmentation

Not all acne scars will result in hyperpigmentation. There are cases when this does happen. This type of inflammation is deep in the surface and usually a blue-grey color. Sometimes, it is even resistant to treatment.
In this case, after the inflammation calms down, it leaves behind extra melanin and turns into dark spots on the skin. When constantly using makeup and acne creams don’t work, it can be frustrating. The good news, there are some ways you can treat this condition.

Best Way to Treat the Scars

The best way to treat these types of scars is to use a combination of gentle and effective products. Products like topical Retinoids and Alpha Hydroxy Acids are usually prescribed to patients who have this issue. While the condition can fade over time, using treatments will speed up the process.

Using Lightenex® Gold serum on your skin before you go to bed at night is the best way to start. When you first begin, use it every other night and see how your skin reacts. During the day, use Sun Blockex® SPF 50 to protect your skin from further sun damage.

When Will You See Treatment Results?

Always remember that skin care is a lifelong process. Just like regular skin care is daily routine, treating hyperpigmentation is the same way. If you use the recommended products consistently, it can take up to 6 months to see the results of the treatment.
For further advice, you can get a Free consultation from: https://www.pharmaclinix.com/free-consultation/

Hyperpigmentation on the back

How to treat the Hyperpigmentation on the back

Hyperpigmentation corresponds to dark spots on the skin, that are more pigmented areas than the surrounding skin. These brown spots, more or less numerous and extensive, are generally concentrated on the parts of the body exposed to the sun: like the legs, the face or the back etc. Hyperpigmentation of the skin presents no danger. However, like in the case of the back, many people want to reduce or remove their brown spots for aesthetic reasons. There are different treatments today that have proven their effectiveness.

  • Lightenex® body lotion/scrub and Lightenex® Gold serum are excellent as a skin Lightener. The purpose of this articleis to explain how a regular use of these products will treat your hyperpigmentation based on medical facts.

Melanocytes are specific cells of the epidermis produce a brown pigment: melanin. It is the pigment that gives your skin, your hair and your eyes their natural color. The synthesis of melanin or melanogenesis takes place in melanosomes, inside melanocytes, from tyrosine through the action of an enzyme: tyrosinase. The melanosomes are then transferred to the surrounding keratinocytes which will subsequently transport the melanin.

Hyperpigmentation results from an overproduction of melanin in certain cutaneous zones. More or less large brown spots are formed, contrasting with the surrounding skin lighter. This overproduction results from a number of factors: excessive exposure to the sun, age, hormonal variations, genetic predispositions

To fight against pigmentary disorders, Lightenex products act on four levels. They affect the skin by different ways:

  • Exfoliation with active ingredients such as salicylic acid or Alpha-Hydroxy Acids (AHA), including glycolic acid and Citrus MedicaLimonum peel extract, which ensure epidermal renewal. These exfoliating products promote the elimination of pigmented cells and also promote the penetration of depigmenting agents.
  •  Inhibition of tyrosinase, the enzyme responsible for the production of melanin, thanks to active ingredients such as arbutin, kojic acid, B-resorcinol ... (depigmenting active ingredients).
  • An anti-inflammatory action to calm inflammation mechanisms with dexpanthenol or Salvia Officinalis extract
  • An antioxidant action with vitamins C, E, ferulic acid, which limit the deleterious action of free radicals.
  •  The sunscreens can also be integrated into the cosmetic formula.

The treatment of hyperpigmentation is indeed multifactorial, the Lightenex range for the care of the legs offers a global approach allowing to take care of these cases thanks to its rich and adapted composition.
We advise Lightenex® body lotion after washing the back with Lightenex scrub.
Lightenex® Gold serum should be massaged every night for persistent dark areas.
Lightenex® body lotion is the best whitening body lotion for black skin, Asian & ethnic skin.
Lightenex® Body Lotion is a specialist skin lightening formulation which has been specifically formulated to brighten skin, even for sensitive areas.
The skin on your body is much denser than on your face and you need specific concentrations of Actives in a base that will actually penetrate the thicker layers to make a visible difference.

  • In independent trials, 84% of the volunteers achieved 26% reduction of melanin levels within 8 week period.

As a doctor, I advise this product for a regular use 2to 3 times a week to treat hyperpigmentation.
For further advice, you can get a Free consultation from: https://www.pharmaclinix.com/free-consultation/

How to Lighten Dark Pigmentation after Pregnancy

In many women, pregnancy or childbirth often ushers in dark mask-like pigmentation on their faces. This dark pigmentation is otherwise known as melasma and pregnancy mask. The hyperpigmentation after pregnancy is most dominant on the centre of the face, cheekbones and jawbone regions. Other areas where they can be rarely seen are upper regions of the neck and forearms.

Though the pigmentation often disappears over time, it may be permanent sometimes. Consequently, to get your beauty back after pregnancy, the importance of lightening this dark pigmentation can never be overemphasized. Here are some of the ways to lighten melasma after pregnancy:

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5 TIPS TO CARE FOR BLACK SKIN WITH ACNE

When we get acne on our beautiful skin, we have to be careful about how we treat it. This can be difficult as so many skin care tips are not geared toward ethnic skin. Acne breakouts can be even more confusing to treat.

When it comes to choosing products in the health and beauty aisles to soothe acne symptoms, the decision of what to purchase is not an easy one.

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Skin Care Tips for Glowing Skin

Regardless of age, every woman would love to have gorgeous skin and never feel the need to reach for a foundation or cover up. A glowing, even complexion is perceived as beautiful and not just for the young.

It’s what makeup is all about – it lets you fake it till you make it. But are you doing all you can to help your skin glow? Do you know what the essential skin care steps are? Let’s get back to the basics.

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Is there an effective Acne treatment cream?

There are very few effective Acne treatment creams available.

Acne is more than a skin condition. It is a skin condition that affects your confidence, the way you present yourself in front of people, even the decisions you take.

80% of the population suffer with Acne sometime in their lifetime.

Most suffer during puberty, but it can erupt later in their lives too.

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Sun Block cream for Sensitive skin

Sun block is especially essential for sensitive skin, as this is particularly susceptible to sun burn.

It is imperative to protect your skin against UVA AND UVB rays.

Apart from a wearing a hat or carrying a sun umbrella, it is essential to apply a total sun block cream.

A good sun protection cream should contain a physical barrier e.g. Titanium dioxide. This can unfortunately leave a “white sheen” on the face. The more expensive sun block creams contain Octocrylene, which is colourless & actually sits in the skin for much longer, giving a better protection for a longer period.

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INFLAMMATION IS THE CAUSE OF SCARS
In managing Scars, professionals often forget the contribution of inflammation to this process. The body responds to breaks in the skin by trying to close this wound as quickly as it can. Unfortunately, the body does not care what this scar looks like. Inflammation is the redness, swelling, heat & pain you get when the skin is broken. This causes an over-response by the body, which lays down collagen in the quickest way it can which, is inevitably ugly especially, if you are dark skinnedRead More
HOW TO TREAT DARK PATCHES (HYPERPIGMENTATION) OF ECZEMA IN DARK SKIN?
Eczema leads to dark patches in Asian & darker skinned people. This is because of two reasons:

1. The dark patches are usually blue-grey or slate coloured.

This indicates that the pigment melanin has gone into the deep dermal layer of skin.

This happens because the basal membrane of the top layer of skin namely, the epidermis where the melanin producing cell (melanocyte) sits, is damaged due to the inflammation of the eczema & the melanin instead of remaining in the top epidermal layer has leaked deeper into skin.

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