Peeps with dark spots, we know how daunting it is to hear that acne is the only skin concern to care for. We feel you. When a clan of dark spots reside permanently on your face, we know it needs outright intervention. But, but, but… how long would it take? What is a permanent solution to magically reduce dark spots and clear hyperpigmentation? These are a few questions that occur in our minds when we get an inch closer to treat them. Before you tell us that treating these baddies naturally is the only way forward, we would like to disagree.
Without further ado, let’s jump right in to find out the best-kept secret. Put your hands together for the most effective acid that is safe for all skin types and textures, Tranexamic Acid.
To provide you with a scientific explanation of this wonderful ingredient, Tranexamic acid is an amino acid derivative that has been synthesised. Amino acids, by the way, are the building blocks of proteins.
Due to its blood-clotting qualities, tranexamic acid has traditionally been used in the healthcare profession to treat severe blood loss after major trauma, surgery, postpartum bleeding, and heavy menstruation.
This bomb ingredient will become your BFF in no time. It is also the most popular ingredient on the market that can be used during pregnancy (of course, first consult your doctor). Vitamin C and hydroquinone have long been praised for their ability to reduce hyperpigmentation. Tranexamic acid, on the other hand, is quickly becoming one of the most popular chemicals in the recent dark spot treatments on the market.
Up for glowing skin minus the hyperpigmentation and scars? Let’s skip to the good part.
Hereditary angioedema, which causes swelling around the eyes, lips, hands, and feet, has been successfully treated with tranexamic acid. Researchers are still finding out what’s the secret to dial down redness and puffiness.
Hyperpigmentation can also stem from acne. So don’t keep blaming the blazing sun. Melasma can also be treated if you use tranexamic acid in your skincare routine (maybe twice a day). However, tranexamic acid helps treat melasma by shrinking them and lightening dark patches if used in doses.
If you don’t like how sunspots appear, tranexamic acid could be your new best friend. Hydroquinone is the usual method for eliminating sunspots, but 3 percent tranexamic acid reduced sunspots without causing any side effects.
It’s a powerful body exfoliant that combines the strength of acids (AHA & BHA) with proven anti-pigmentation ingredients (Tranexamic Acid & Butylresorcinol) to give you smooth, even skin.
It’s officially glow season with this serum that’s very light and quick to absorb. This serum with Cica extract is moisturising and helps your skin glow. Kojic Acid and Tranexamic Acid work together to balance out the skin tone by eliminating dark patches and reducing melanin synthesis. The highlight? Free radical damage is combated by the anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant capabilities.
This magical overnight serum works to get rid of hyperpigmentation, dark spots, and uneven patches. It also increases general skin brightness and evens out skin tone, thanks to the addition of 2% tranexamic acid and 2% acai berry extract, and 2% skin brightening hero Vitamin C.
Your skin will thank you for using this gentle yet effective acid. Try them out now!
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