90% of women found their dark spots were corrected (2)
96% of women found their complexion was more radiant (3)
100% of women found their skin appeared more rested (2)
An effective 3-step anti-dark spots ritual, for a visibly brighter and radiant complexion.
Dark spots caused by exposure to the sun, called actinic lentigo, generally appear on the zones most exposed to the sun, such as the face, cleavage, shoulders and hands. They often appear after a sunburn or repeated sun exposure.
- I have dark spots on my face that appear after sun exposure. What should I do?
One of the foremost causes of pigmentation spots appearing is sun exposure. Exposure to the sun makes new dark spots appear and reinforces existing dark spots. That is why it's so important to wear protective clothing and SPF 50 sun cream and to limit your sun exposure. It is also recommended to apply a non-photosensitising anti-dark spot cream under your sun cream as a preventative measure.
- If I apply an anti-dark spot cream under my sun cream, will I tan less?
Anti-dark spot creams regulate the overproduction of melanin in the skin. Tanning is a regular, normal overproduction of melanin. An anti-dark spot cream targets the overproduction and does not limit your ability to tan. However, the product's action regulates the production of melanin for a lasting, uniform tan.
- Are anti-dark spot creams photosensitising?
Some anti-dark spot creams can photosensitise the skin. For example, products with AHA should not be used in association with sun exposure. In order to prevent the appearance of pigment spots on a daily basis, it is important to use a skincare product with a non-photosensitising formula if you will be applying it before sun exposure.
- Is an SPF 50 sun cream enough to prevent dark spots?
In order to avoid reinforcing the skin's existing dark spots, it is fundamental to apply an SPF 50 sun cream before sun exposure and to renew the application every two hours. You should also protect exposed zones with clothing and avoid sun exposure between noon and 4pm. Throughout the year, protect your skin with a moderate protection (SPF 20) if you live in a region where the sun is not too strong. Apply a non-photosensitising anti-dark spot care product before you apply your sun cream to reinforce its anti-dark spot action.
- If I apply an anti-dark spot cream to my tanned skin, will it ruin my tan?
Anti-dark spot creams do not limit your ability to tan. To the contrary, the product's action regulates the production of melanin for a lasting, uniform tan. To maintain your tan longer, remember to intensely moisturise your skin after sun exposure.
- Can I use self-tanning lotion if my skin is prone to dark spots?
Applying self-tanning lotion to skin prone to dark spots is not advised; this is because self-tanning lotion can accentuate their shade and make them more visible.
Acne spots are a type of hyperpigmentation due to inflammation.
- I do not understand the difference between acne dark spots and acne scars. Do both disappear with the anti-dark spot treatment?
Those are different kinds of imperfections. Acne spots are a type of hyperpigmentation due to inflammation. They can be treated with an anti-dark spot care routine. Acne scars, however, are deep, colorless marks that cannot be treated with anti-dark spot care products.
Dark spots caused by pregnancy, called melasma or, more commonly, the "Pregnancy pigmentation", generally appear on the face like a mask. The pigmented zone spreads in a symmetrical way from the forehead to the cheeks, and appears in women experiencing hormonal changes such as pregnancy.
- I have a pregnancy mask. What should I do?
The pregnancy mask can disappear after giving birth, once your hormone levels return to normal. However, it can reappear as soon as you expose your face to the sun, and it can also become a permanent feature on your face. To restore a bright, uniform complexion, it is important to adopt a complete, natural, paraben-free anti-dark spot beauty routine and proper sun protection.
- How can I avoid getting pregnancy mask?
To avoid getting a mask of pregnancy, it is important to remain extremely vigilant throughout your pregnancy and the months following delivery. Protect your skin from the sun with the application of a high SPF cream, and follow an anti-dark spot treatment. A dark-haired woman may be more prone to this type of dark spot than a light-haired woman, but, contrary to popular belief, the latter can also develop a pregnancy mask.
- I gave birth several weeks ago. Am I still at risk of getting a mask of pregnancy?
Because of the high hormone levels in the body and skin, the pregnancy mask can still appear several months after delivery. Breastfeeding can also increase the risks of getting a pregnancy mask. The use of sun protection for any amount of exposure is indispensable. The use of anti-dark spot products to treat existing dark spots and prevent the appearance of new ones is also recommended.
- I am taking birth control pills. Will this increase the number of my dark spots?
The influence of hormones can cause dark spots to appear. The use of sun protection for any amount of exposure is indispensable. The idea is to incorporate sunscreen into an anti-dark spot routine to treat existing dark spots and prevent the appearance of new ones.
Age spots, called lentigo senilis, appear for the most part on people over the age of 40.
- As the years go by, I notice that dark spots are appearing on my face. What should I do?
Cutaneous ageing is one of the causes for the appearance of pigment spots at the skin's surface. The use of anti-dark spots treatments helps regulate the presence of melanin, the skin's pigment, in order to reduce the sizes of pigment spots and diminish their brown color. It is indispensable to protect your skin from the sun's rays using an SPF 50 sun protection in case of direct exposure and SPF 20 all year round. You may also apply a non-photosensitising anti-dark spot care product before applying your sun cream to prevent their appearance.
- I have dark spots on my hands. What should I do?
It is said that hands betray our age. Although the hands are often exposed to the sun and are prone to cutaneous aging, they are generally overlooked in skincare routines, and dark spots tend to appear there. The use of specifically targeted creams helps regulate the presence of melanin, the skin's pigment, in order to reduce the sizes of pigment spots and diminish their brown color. It is also indispensable to protect your skin from the sun's rays using SPF 50 sun protection in case of direct exposure and SPF 20 daily if you live in an area where the sun is not so strong.
- I have dark spots on my neck. What should I do?
The use of anti-dark spot skincare products should not stop at the jawline. The skin of the neck and décolleté, prone to cutaneous aging, is often exposed to the sun. These care products help regulate the presence of melanin, the skin's pigment, in order to reduce the sizes of pigment spots and diminish their brown colour. It's also important to protect your skin from the sun's rays using SPF 50 sun protection in case of direct exposure and SPF 20 daily if you live in an area where the sun is not so strong.
1. Use an anti-dark spot treatment product
Treat dark spots in the morning and evening with a high-performance serum.
2. Sun protection obligatory
Use an SPF sun protection all year round and limit exposure to sun.
3. A suitable night cream
Apply a night product with a peeling action to activate cell renewal.
4. Exfoliate skin regularly
UOnce or twice a week, apply a peeling mask or scrub to eliminate dead skin cells at the surface of the skin.
5. Avoid certain cosmetics
Avoid applying perfume directly to the skin and ertain essential oils (examples: bergamot and citrus oils).
(1) Clinical study, % of satisfaction: results seen on radiance, 21 volunteers after 56 days of use, and on complexion uniformity, 22 volunteers after 28 days of use.
(2) Clinical study, % of satisfaction, self-evaluation perceived on the intensity of dark spots, 21 volunteers, 56 days.
(3) Clinical study, % of satisfaction 21 women, 56 days.
(4) In vitro test of the inhibiting action of Viniferine on tyrosinase.