What is Hypopigmentation?
Skin hypopigmentation is when areas of the skin lose their color, becoming lighter than the surrounding skin. This change is due to a decrease in melanin.
The reduction in skin color can happen when melanocytes, the skin cells responsible for producing melanin, become inactive or damaged. This leads to a decreased production or complete cessation of melanin. Various skin injuries, including scars, as well as certain health conditions, can contribute to this impairment of melanocyte function.
Clinically Proven and Dermatologically Tested
Zingiber Officinale (Ginger) Root
- Extraordinary antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties show effectiveness for both hyper- and hypopigmentation skin conditions. Overall, active components of Ginger help balance skin tone.
- Known to stimulate melanin production in vitro.
- Forskolin induces epidermal melanization
- Rosmarinic acid has an activating effect on melanogenesis
- MPA’s such as Babchi Bakuchi and Cholecalciferol serve to promote and protect production of melanin in the skin.
- SPE’s enhance penetration, promotes absorption of other ingredients as well as restore normal skin barrier function.
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POWERFUL SKIN TONE BALANCER
DIRECTIONS AND OPTIMIZATION
Treatment with Hypophil can commence once the wound has completely closed. Hypophil is suitable for use on healed, intact skin, including scarred regions, and areas around the mouth and eyes. It is also safe for skin that has healed from injuries caused by surgery, accidents, burns, or acne, provided the skin is intact.
First Time Usage
For safety, apply a small test amount of Hypophil to gauge for any adverse reactions before proceeding with the full treatment.
Preparation for Optimal Results
To optimize the effects of Hypophil, begin by thoroughly cleaning and sanitizing the skin. Proceed with a gentle exfoliation to remove dead skin cells, which helps in enhancing blood circulation and softening the tissue layers for better absorption of the product. Diminishing the skin’s barriers can facilitate melanocyte migration. After exfoliating, make sure to completely dry the skin. For an even greater boost in blood flow and to create pathways for melanocyte movement, consider microneedling on intact skin a couple of hours before application. This preparation routine can significantly enhance the performance of Hypophil in achieving a more uniform skin tone.
Apply a small pea-sized amount of the ointment onto the treatment area at least 2 times daily, persisting with this routine for at least 2-3 months. Begin massaging the ointment into the center of the lightened area and gradually spread it outward. Gently rub the ointment in small circular motions until it entirely covers the treatment area. Consistent application is key to improving and balancing skin tone.
After undergoing treatment with Hypophil for an estimate of 2-3 weeks, adding targeted UV light or tanning to the treatment area can accelerate the stimulation of melanogenesis of the newly activated or migrated melanocytes. This process encourages these cells to produce melanin, resulting in the restoration of pigmentation.
HYPOPHIL DARKENING OINTMENT
Effective on all skin types, Hypophil can potentially improve discoloration in skin that previously had pigmentation issues. It helps restore natural color without overly darkening the skin tone. The time to see results and efficacy can vary based on individual factors such as age, melanocyte presence, the degree of melanocyte cell damage in the treatment area, and ongoing autoimmune disorders that cause damage to melanocytes. It is advisable to be evaluated by your doctor or dermatologist to determine the cause and activity of any ongoing pigmentation loss, ensuring that the treatment’s effects are not negated.
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