Tips for Fading Dark Spots

Fading Dark spots

Jessica Wu, an LA dermatologist says that hyper-pigmentation can be taken care of in as little as two months. How, you ask? Well, melanin, the pigment found in dark spots, moves deeper into the skin as time progresses. This means that a dark spot is easiest to fade or even erase when it’s still fairly new, so taking action to start reducing the pigmentation of dark spots quickly is key. Does this mean that all is lost for those who have delayed fading dark spots? Nope! With this little tip we’re about to share, fading dark spots will be easy as pie!

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Ever heard of Microdermabrasion? Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive form of exfoliation and mild skin resurfacing that removes the dead skin cells from the Stratum Corneum, the outer most layer of the skin, which aids in reducing the appearance of hyper-pigmentation, or dark spots. This provides several important benefits for the skin. The PMD Personal Microderm, a personal microdermabrasion device, provides these benefits in weekly at-home 3-minute treatments. The treatment smoothes away dull and rough skin texture, and softens the appearance of blemishes. The benefits of microdermabrasion cause skin to become rejuvenated, while stimulating the skin and facilitating cell renewal.

3 thoughts on “Tips for Fading Dark Spots

    • mariet says:

      Hi Angela, the biggest side effect is brighter, smoother, softer skin! You may experience a little sensitivity after use, please use our skincare to help soothe skin after any PMD Personal Microderm treatment.

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