12-07-2018 | Dermatologist | Pigment Zero , Facial Care , Skin

Do you want to prevent sun spots but don't know how?

To prevent and treat hyperpigmentation in times of increased sun exposure, you just have to combine two of the products that best protect at the cell level and prevent the appearance of new spots.

Today we will explain how to combine the DSP-Bright ampoule and the DSP-Serum Brightening, two of the star products of our range Pigment Zero range.

Both products contain natural active ingredients which regulate melanin synthesis and reduce benign hyperpigmented spots. They are considered second-generation active ingredients, 100% natural and suitable for all skin types. These are their main ingredients:

  • Hexylresorcinol
  • Genistein
  • Bellis perenni
  • Phytic acid
  • Vitamin C

The difference between the DSP-Serum Brightening and the DSP-Bright ampoules is that the ampoules also contain:

  • Tranexamic acid (it also helps eliminate vascular and melanic spots)

A TREATMENT ADAPTED TO YOUR SKIN

During the summer, before using your daily moisturiser, first apply a few drops of our DSP-Serum Brightening and, as a last step, never forget your regular sun photoprotector.

At night, apply half an ampoule of DSP-Bright to clean skin to continue the action of the depigmenting active ingredients and repair damage caused by the sun during the day.

If you are not planning to sunbathe, you can also apply half an ampoule in the morning to the face, neck and neckline.

None of these products contain oil, and they are suitable for all skin types, from dry to extra dry, to oily or acne prone. DSP-Serum Brightening and DSP-Bright ampoules absorb immediately and don't leave any residues, so your daily moisturiser can be applied over them without problem.

We should not forget the photoprotector function is indispensable as its sunscreen function reduces damage caused by solar radiation. And, along with the internal protection it exerts, the DSP-Serum Brightening and DSP-Bright ampoules, it protects cells from sun damage, creating the best barrier for your skin this summer. Protecting your skin means protecting your health.


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