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Hyperpigmentation: The Facts

One of the goals from us here at JHE is to highlight the importance of proper skin care. In today's blog, we take a deep dive into Hyperpigmentation and how our skin care line smoothes & brightens skin.

What is Hyperpigmentation?

A general definition of hyperpigmentation is when patches of skin become darker in color than the normal surrounding area. What happens is, when the skin experiences trauma of some kind, it overproduces melanin as a means of protection, leading to marks. Since those with darker skin tend to have more melanocytes, the marks have a more prominent effect on people with greater amounts of melanin.

Types & Symptoms

How to Treat?

First, commit to a routine that includes products that will cleanse, hydrate and moisturize your skin. Step 1, wash with our Daily Face Foam Cleaner. This product contains several key ingredients like Tocopherol which works as a powerful antioxidant for your skin. We recommend using a silicon face applicator to really provide a deep cleanse while exfoliating your face.

Step 2 after cleansing your face, apply our JHE Face Moisturizer to hydrate and moisturize your skin. Our product contains high levels Vitamin A & C which are great for clearing pigmentation, sun damage and improving skin tone. It also features Aloe Vera, an ingredient commonly known for skin nourishment due to its anti-inflammatory properties.

Time to Elevate!

A lot of my scarring and skin discoloration was a direct result of popping white heads and/or picking at scabs. As you now know these bad habits easily open the door for scaring, damage and hyperpigmentation. Perfect skin is not something that is guaranteed and requires patience, discipline and consistency. We look forward seeing you maximize your personal journey to skin recovery after reading this post.

Keep Elevating!

-Team JHE

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