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Post-Acne Hyperpigmentation: What it is and How to Prevent it

Hello Everyone!

The topic of skincare is ever-expanding; the practice, the methods, the products and modes of application. Everyone gets pimples, even babies! And if you may refer to previous posts, adults too! Acne does not discriminate when it starts and it certainly doesn’t leave without a little scar to literally mark it’s territory. You may have wondered or been exasperated at how even after the redness and inflammation of the bumps reduced, you still had dark spots. This is caused by a harmless and common medical condition named hyperpigmentation. This occurs when excess melanin, the brown pigment that creates normal skin color deposits itself in the skin. People of any race and color are subject to it, too. Your best course of action to prevent yourself from getting dark spots is to follow your Blemfree routine diligently. One particular item that will stave off blemishes of all kinds are the Cleansing Spheres. Since they are an abrasive, mechanical exfoliation is an excellent measure against any bumps or marks! Make sure you’re drinking enough water, be sure you are using a quality sunscreen with the suggestion of a dermatologist and stick to your Blemfree routine and you won’t have to worry!


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