How to Get Rid of Hyperpigmentation (Aging or Dark Spots)

How to Get Rid of Hyperpigmentation (Aging or Dark Spots)

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Learn what causes hyperpigmentation and how to get rid of hyperpigmentation.


0:00 Introduction: Aging spots, dark spots, and liver spots
0:13 What causes hyperpigmentation?
3:25 The best remedies for hyperpigmentation
5:43 What to do for hyperpigmentation
6:35 Find out how to increase melatonin!

Today, we’re going to talk about how to get rid of hyperpigmentation. Some people also refer to hyperpigmentation as aging spots, dark spots, or liver spots.

The liver doesn’t actually cause aging spots or liver spots. These spots are caused by too much melanin, which is a skin pigment.

Certain things might cause you to notice more dark spots, including:
• The summer months
• Age
• Diabetes
• Pregnancy
• Birth control
• Hormone replacement therapy
• Stress

A few causes of hyperpigmentation are:
• Excess estrogen
• Excess cortisol
• Excess insulin

Melanin protects against UV and also acts as an antioxidant. It’s actually there to try to counter all of the damage that’s happening to your skin. These dark spots are really an indication that you’re low in vitamin C and other antioxidants.

Tyrosinase is a certain enzyme that’s necessary to make melanin. But there are some interesting natural remedies that can act as tyrosinase inhibitors.

Natural remedies for aging spots, dark spots, or liver spots:
• Cinnamon
• Cocoa bean
• Grape seed extract
• Green tea
• Aloe
• Vitamin C
• Licorice
• Quercetin
• Melatonin

The best things to do to increase your antioxidant levels and get rid of dark spots:
1. Consume raw vegetables and salads
2. Consume foods high in zinc
3. Do fasting
4. Avoid sugar and stress
5. Avoid burning your skin
6. Exercise



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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps explain how to get rid of hyperpigmentation. I’ll see you in the next video.


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