Dark Spots

The Best Ingredients for Eliminating Sun Spots

Being sun smart is the best way to keep dark spots away. But what can you do for the spots you already see? The right professional treatment can exfoliate dark spots away, and when paired with the right products, can help visibly lessen their appearance.

Glycolic Acid & Retinol

Gylcolic Acid is an AHA (Alpha Hydroxy Acid) that exfoliates the skin’s surface so effectively, it can visibly reduce the appearance of dark spots. Retinol has also been proven to help eliminate dark spots by accelerating exfoliation of the top layer of skin where dark spots reside. Before beginning a Glycolic and/or Retinol regimen, speak to a dermatologist and get recommendations on percentages that will work best.

Professional Resurfacing

The Dermalinfusion Skin Brightening Treatment uses recessed diamond-tip exfoliation to remove darker pigmented, older cells from the surface. This resurfacing process also creates a more even skin tone that looks more youthful and smooth.

At the precise moment of exfoliation, Dermalinfusion infuses skin with condition-specific serums Skin Brightening Pro-Infusion Serum with Lumixyl to help reduce hyperpigmentation, sun damage, and dark spots for brighter-looking skin.

Formulated with Lumixyl (Decapeptide-12), a patented peptide developed by dermatological researchers at Stanford University, and clinically proven to safely inhibit the melanin-producing tyrosinase enzyme that causes surface dark spots and discoloration for brighter and more even skin.

Pigment production becomes a problem when things like sun exposure or hormone fluctuations trigger an excess of it that ultimately floods the skin’s surface. Lumixyl binds to Tyrosinase and prevents it from being used in the production of melanin, which helps reduce visibility of dark spots and discoloration.

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