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Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant well known for its brightening abilities. When used in skincare it can protect against pollution, sun and environmental damage, as well as repairing signs of existing damage by lightening areas of hyperpigmentation.

Chemical exfoliation also plays a vital role here; by resurfacing the skin and sloughing away dead skin cells, pigmentation can be reduced. Combining chemical exfoliators and antioxidants in your routine, and making sure to use SPF daily, are essential steps on your way to a more even skin tone.

What to use

To get hyperpigmentation under control, we recommend our Vitamin C Fix Regime Kit, a routine made up of five brightening bestsellers, to be used 2-3 times a week.

To resurface the skin, start with our Glycolic Fix Daily Cleansing Pads 2-3 times a week, and work your way up to the Glycolic Fix Concentrate with a powerful 10% glycolic acid formula!

Most commonly known for its wrinkle-fighting abilities, retinol increases cell turnover and helps both to unclog pores and fade scars. Try our Retinol Fix Booster 2-3 times a week (once a week for beginners). Remember not to combine glycolic acid and retinol in the same routine.

Don’t forget to use SPF to prevent further skin discolouration – we recommend our Illuminate SPF 30 for added glow.

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In this video, professional facialist Carly tells you how to get the most out of your skincare for hyperpigmentation.

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