A common cause of hyperpigmentation
Is an excess production of melanin. Melanin is a pigment that gives skin its color. Endocrine diseases, like Addison’s disease, disrupt hormone levels and can increase melanin production. Excessive sun exposure can also cause an increase in melanin. All of these will cause discoloration of the skin at all area of the body with the face, arms and back the most common, but the unevenness of the color of skin can be affected in all parts of the body.
The key to effective fading of brown spots is to use products that speed up your skin’s natural exfoliation rate. It takes 30 days on average for the skin to renew itself completely. When you develop hyperpigmentation, the melanin pigment that creates them is also naturally exfoliated over time.
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