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Motherhood Routine for Pigmentation Motherhood Routine for Pigmentation

Motherhood Routine for Pigmentation


Our Motherhood routine for pigmentation is for mothers facing a hormonal journey with pregnancy or breastfeeding. Yes, it's common to develop blotchy spots of darker skin when you're pregnant, a condition called melasma or chloasma. Melasma is also sometimes referred to as the mask of pregnancy because the splotches typically show up around your upper lip, nose, cheekbones, and forehead in...

Menstrual Routine for Pigmentation Menstrual Routine for Pigmentation

Menstrual Routine for Pigmentation


This is when you start to see first effects of sun damage that most likely happened in your teenage years. Your skin's repair system slows down, which means that skin can appear duller as a result and there are noticeable shifts in pigment and texture. Skin Pigmentation disorders can influence the tone of your skin. Skin cells give your skin tone by making...

Menopause routine for pigmentation Menopause routine for pigmentation

Menopause routine for pigmentation


During menopause you experience lower levels of estrogen, estrogen helps control melanin production which is the pigment in your skin. With estrogen levels decreasing, melanin production can increase. This leads to hyperpigmentation, commonly known as “age spots and with these hormonal changes can also lead to dryness, uneven skin tone and texture, and sensitivity to harmful UV rays.   When looking to manage...