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Help Improve Hyperpigmentation with Vitamin C

Lumiere de Vie’s Brightening C-Serum is my secret weapon when it comes to skin dullness and hyperpigmentation. Whether you are battling with melasma, sunspots, or post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, Vitamin C helps brighten and give a youthful-looking complexion.

What Causes Hyperpigmentation?

Hyperpigmentation is caused by overproduction of melanin, which is what creates the pigment of our skin. There are several reasons why this can occur. It can be caused by certain medications, like chemotherapy medication or birth control. Pregnancy also may cause overproduction of melanin due to the hormone level changes that occur. Also, sun exposure can cause hyperpigmentation, which is a huge reason why SPF is so important to maintaining a healthy, even complexion. My favorite SPF is Lumiere de Vie’s Brightening Broad Spectrum SPF 50.

How Vitamin C Serums Can Help?

The Brightening C-Serum is an amazing product to add into your daily skincare regimen. It’s suitable for most skin types. If you have sensitive skin, always do a patch test before trying any new product on your skin.

The Lumiere de Vie Brightening C-Serum can help:

  • Reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Reduce the appearance of dark spots
  • Brighten the skin for a healthier looking complexion 
  • Help maintain skin elasticity/suppleness
  • Promote a healthy-looking complexion

Here are two of our Beauty Advisors who implemented Lumiere de Vie’sBrightening C-Serum during our #28DaysofSkin Challenge. You can see how the powerful antioxidants helped promote, not only the brightening of hyperpigmentation, but also helped promote the production of collagen.

How to use Lumiere de Vie’s Brightening C-Serum?

For best results apply 3-5 drops to freshly cleansed and dried face, décolletage and back of hands; use morning or night. Allow to dry fully before adding additional products (remember to apply skincare products thinnest to thickest).

If you are using a retinol product at night, do not add a vitamin c serum into your nightly routine. Use it in the morning and don’t forget to use SPF!

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