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Brown patches that refuse to fade with the rest of your tan? Find out how to treat hyperpigmentation

Unfortunately a lot of us, did not use sunscreen as often as we should have when we were younger!! 😬I'm guilty of "laying out" as a teen...even using oils to enhance my tan! ❕This sun damage shows up as brown spots, and patches all over, that get worse as we age! 💛Rodan+Fields Reverse Regimen can help! Even works for Melasma as well! 📱Message me for details! I would love to share more about R+F, and what it can do for your skin! or text 636-248-4463

Tri-Luma Lumaglo Cream from Alkem Labs. Lumaglo Cream is prescribed for the treatment of skin infections, skin discolorations associated with pregnancy, lightens light brown color patches on skin, age spots, skin trauma, birth control pills along with several other problems. Lumaglo Cream contains the salts Fluocinolone, Hydroquinone, Tretinoin as active ingredients. Analog of Tri-Luma.

Lumacip Plus (Flucinolone Acetonide, Hydroquinone, Tretinoin) is a triple combination cream which works for melasma by lightening the skin, reducing inflammation and increasing exfoliation. Melasma is a skin condition which affects the appearance of the facial skin, causing brown patches to appear. These are due to excess melanin production. Although experts are not entirely sure of what causes this condition.


How to Treat a Skin Discoloration Naturally

Skin discoloration is normally a result of the skin's natural pigmentation, called melanin, overproducing in any given area. This discoloration affects the topmost layer of skin, leaving you with brown patches. The main culprit in melanin overproduction is excess sun exposure. Poor diet, liver problems and indigestion have also been known to cause...


Topiclear Number One Skin Lightening Cream 1.76oz

Product DescriptionTopiclear Number One Cream gently fades dark spots, brown patches, marks, scars and other blemishes through the use of effective lightening a

Slate Grey Patches - otherwise called Mongolian spots - dark blue-grey lesions - most commonly seen in darker-skinned infants - most common site sacrum - tend to fade over several years but may not completely disappear - differentiated from bruises by the absence of evolving colours associated with bruises (red, purple, green, brown or yellow)