Pigmented blemishes may appear due to hormonal imbalance in the body, for example, during pregnancy. In addition, they are able to arise due to a deficiency in the body of folic acid. In the latter case, you should "lean" on legumes and green vegetables with leaves. Pigmented spots do not always look like brown "blots" of the senile species. They can even be in young women and look like ordinary freckles, just a little larger.
Hyperpigmentation is often caused by excessive sun exposure. For this reason, pigmentation spots, as well as freckles, appear on open areas of the body: on the cheeks, forehead, hands, in the decollete. In some cases, light brown spots on the skin are formed due to a chronic disease, stress or taking some medications for a long time.
The most common cause of hyperpigmentation is aging. The brownish spots on the skin are the accumulation of melanin in the epidermis, horny layer and dermis. Over time, the body cells stop "controlling" the production of such a pigment, and then it unevenly accumulates in the form of unaesthetic darkish spots. In addition, the skin due to the "fatigue" of the cells becomes very dry and thin, like parchment paper.
Possible and "external" reasons Hyperpigmentation, which is caused by improperly performed cosmetic procedure (for example, chemical peeling) or penetration of some coloring substances into the skin – microscopic particles of soot, coal or graphite. Whatever the occurrence of hyperpigmentation is caused, it is necessary to fight it, together with an experienced cosmetologist. Otherwise, "spotting" can become much more noticeable.
For oily skin, dense consilers in the form of pencils are most often used. They last a long time and are well applied directly to the pigmented spot. Proofreaders can be of a variety of colors – blue, green, orange, white, etc. To correct pigmentation, use blue or a light-colored concealer with a bluish tinge that can neutralize the brown color of the spot.
After choosing the corrective correction, apply a foundation to the skin, preferably on a water basis. If the pigmented spots are very large and they are shallow, align the tone of the face with a purple proofreader. In order to visually hide the white spots on the face (with vitiligo), you need a dark corrector. If the pigmented spots have a yellowish tinge, use a lilac corrector.
When you apply the corrector on the skin, try not to go beyond the pigmented spot. It is applied with a finger, a sponge or a special brush, if there are spots of small sizes. If you disguise the pigmentation spots correctly, you can choose any kind of make-up that matches your face color. Apply makeup after creating a uniform tone.