Well, some of us get their hyperpigmentation, called also pregnancy mask. I wasn’t that lucky, I got it much before I was pregnant probably because of a vicious combination of the pill and sun exposure. But yeah, that’s life:)
Some people explore natural treatments only when pregnant. This link is dedicated for them:
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Of course, grey hair is not a must, you should decide for yourself but if you do go for it. My own 2 cents about this subject, or, in other words, what works for me:
If you go gray, I think a shorter haircut will look better most of the times, with exceptions of course.
Make up is quite a must, at least lipstick.
And of course, take good care of your skin.
Sorry, but if you want to look gorgeous you don’t have to dye your hair, sometimes it makes the hair look even worse because of the chemicals. Still you don’t want like someone who forgot to dye or even worse, is too tired to dye. You will probably still have to do some grooming. A good look at the beautiful woman in the article will prove it.
So, how is it for you? What do you think about it? Do you dye your hair? Do you have tips to share?
Facial hyperpigmentation, why is it always right on the face?
Or why is our fairest skin always covered?
Have you ever wondered why does Hyperpigmentation appear almost always, very annoyingly, first of all on the face? Like a flag for everybody to see?
The second most popular skin spots area are our hands, what we call liver spots.
Why is that?
The more I think about it, I realize it’s actually a proof to the fact that the sun is the most common cause for hyperpigmentation. Of course there are other facial hyperpigmentation inducing factors but they are easier to avoid.
Sun is everywhere.
This is also why hyperpigmentation is less common in the cold lands.
So, now you have 2 options:
You can move to Russia and please don’t take me with you.
Start wearing hat, long sleeves and gloves or in short, protect your self and especially your face from the sun.
And for those who understand very slow here’s a scary video for you:
Please feel free to comment with any hyperpigmentation or skin care question you may have.
Hyperpigmentation is a very common skin condition in which spots of skin come to be darker in shade than the typical bordering skin. So do not worry if you do have hyper pigmentation, you are not alone. Take a look around you and see for yourself, it’s just everywhere.
What is the Mechanism of hyper pigmntation?
This darkening happens when an excess of melanin, the brownish pigment that generates normal skin shade, forms down patches in the skin.
Who is prone to hyper pigmentation?
Hyperpigmentation can impact the skin color of individuals of any kind of race.
Age or “liver” spots are a common type of hyper pigmentation. They happen as a result of sunlight damage, and also are described by physicians as solar lentigines. These small, dim patches are usually discovered on the hands and also face or various other locations frequently subjected to the sun.
But unfortunately, nowadays, hyper pigmentation is common also at the age of 20 or even 30. Because of global warming and changes in the ozone layer the sun these days is very harmful for the skin. Regarding not only hyper pigmntation but also wrinkles, so watch out! Don’t forget your hat, sunscreen and long sleeves if needed.
So, what’s the difference between hyper pigmentation and Melasme?
Melasma or chloasma is similar in look to age spots but the locations of darkened skin are usually larger. Melasma is usually an outcome of hormone adjustments. Pregnancy, for example, can set off overproduction of melanin that creates the “mask of pregnancy” on the face and also dimmed skin on the abdomen as well as various other areas. Ladies that take contraceptive pill could likewise establish hyper pigmentation because their bodies go through similar sort of hormonal changes that happen while pregnant. This also explains why do we see hyper pigmentation at such an early age these days.