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Does Pregnancy Pigmentation Go Away? What You Need to Know

by Emily Linehan on February 08, 2022

There's good news for anyone experiencing pregnancy pigmentation, but let's talk a little bit about why it happens first.

With pregnancy comes a variety of new experiences and changes in the body. One of these changes is discoloration on the face, which is a pregnancy induced condition called Melasma. 

Though not everybody experiences Melasma in their pregnancy, it is common and is not dangerous. It's simply an often "patchy" change in pigmentation. 

Melasma is a type of hyperpigmentation and depends on your genetics and hormones. If you have inherited melasma, a change in hormones will often incite the discoloration you're experiencing. 

Luckily, hyperpigmentation can be treated to where it's hardly visible. We call this "lightening" or "pigment correction". When we treat Melasma, we treat the patchy discoloration. There isn't a cure for Melasma, but that doesn't mean we can't fade the visible changes you've experienced!

There are lifestyle changes that you can make that will help reduce discoloration and future hyperpigmentation. I highly recommend you check them out here. 

To treat the discoloration itself, I recommend Brighten Up Serum. Brighten Up Serum can be a potent addition to your skincare routine. It was formulated to reduce the appearance of dark spots, while revitalizing, and creating a more even-toned, radiant complexion. 

How does it work? Brighten Up Serum utilizes the brightening properties of a few powerful ingredients that are safe for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers. 

What Makes Brighten Up Serum so Effective?

Arbutin: Extracted from the bearberry plant, Arbutin is a natural skin lightening agent. It is powerful without being harsh on your skin.

Kojic Acid: Made up of a variety of types of fungi, Kojic Acid inhibits the production of melanin (pigment in skin the skin and hair). Because of its natural properties, it helps to lighten stubborn discoloration. 

Niacinamide: A form of Vitamin B3, Niacinamide encourages healthy cell regeneration and "damage-repair" in your skin. Not only does it help with discoloration from Melasma, but it also has positive effects on wrinkles and fine lines. 

These natural ingredients, together, create an impressive elixir that is safe to use and will help keep your skin even-toned and radiant. 

Interested in Brighten Up? Or learning more about Melasma and your unique skin? 

Please reach out to me via our free consultation. There are no hidden fees, subscriptions, or agendas. I want to give you information about your unique skin so you can make the best choice for your routine. 

Let's chat. 

xoxo, Emme 

 

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