June 06, 2021
It’s no secret that maintaining your skin’s beauty can sometimes be a constant battle. Even if you happen to be someone with flawless, glowing skin, the chances are pretty good that you know someone who has a trouble with their skin - whether it’s a sudden breakout from eating or drinking something, getting blackheads or whiteheads, dealing with hyperpigmentation across the forehead or dark spots from acne, or even just the occasional acne that crops up with hormone changes. Most of us have had to deal with a skin condition that forces us to tighten up even the most effective natural black skin care routines.
Of course, over the years, many products have been marketed as the be-all-end-all for black skin care. But a lot of those products can cause as many problems as they solve. Where are the natural black skin care products?
So we’ll be discussing the products that actually work for your type of skin and why they are actually really great for a black skin care regimen that you can easily make part of your daily, weekly, or monthly routine.
Right? One of the most common culprits that we have to deal with is hyperpigmentation. That’s a fancy way of saying that something is causing your skin to produce more melanin than needed over some areas of your skin.
Hyperpigmentation can be caused by a lot of factors. Some that we can’t even avoid! Some of the more common causes of hyperpigmentation are sun damage, pregnancy, hormones, auto-immune disorders, and inflammation. Other more common causes include acne, bug bites, cuts, or a reaction to some skin care products. If you suffer from frequent breakouts you also have the battle scars to prove it in the form of dark spots on your face.
Hyperpigmentation isn’t an easy issue to fix, and without the right natural black skin care products, you could be staring down the barrel of a bleaching cream, which our government hasn't banned like other governments, but has labeled as not safe for humans, so....
When it comes to dark spot treatments, there are so many options out there that it can be hard to know where to start. Which ingredients should you look for? Which active ingredients are the ones that actually help minimize dark spots? Glad you asked. Read on.
Not bleach. If you are looking for a way to magically disappear hyperpigmentation, you actually can do it with some tried and true black skin care products that are specifically made for dark spots and hyperpigmentation. For instance, Vitamin C isn’t just an antioxidant but can help to reduce inflammation, one of the causes of dark spots. We’ll discuss just what this wonder vitamin can do for your skin a little later.
When it comes to taking care of your skin and developing a black skin care routine that is manageable AND effective, there are some ingredients that you should always include because they are great for maintaining skin health. Some have the added benefit of helping remove dark spots. Let’s take a look at those must-have ingredients.
Kalahari oil was first discovered in the plains of Southern Africa and can commonly be found in Namibia and Botswana. It is rich in linolenic acid which is good for inflammation, toning, and removing excess sebum from your face. When combined with the right ingredients it’s sure to give you that glow!
Kalahari oil has regenerative properties that renew skin cells, reduce inflammation, and actually moisturize your skin. Kalahari oil is also one of those renowned anti-aging products for black skin because it helps to quickly fade age spots.
You’ve probably heard of this one plenty. Every major beauty brand is including hyaluronic acid in all kinds of serums. What you may not know is that hyaluronic acid is actually produced in the human body. We hear about it mostly for its anti-aging effects, but it’s also used to treat cataracts, joint disorders, and even urinary tract infections.
When it comes to your skincare regimen, hyaluronic acid has regenerative properties that help you minimize wrinkles by boosting your skin’s hydration and repairing skin tissue. Cherry on top - hyaluronic acid has been proven to help get rid of dark spots.
There’s a very good reason that this oil is called the Oil of Youth! It helps to brighten the skin and give it that glow that most of us are after. It is also very effective for removing dark spots. The oil is very rich in vitamin A, in the right concentration, for darker skin tones. This concentration of vitamin A helps with skin aging and maintaining healthier skin. It also contains vitamin C (we’ll get to vitamin C in a sec) which is extremely good for dark spot removal. Rosehip oil is definitely essential when it comes to your black skincare regime
Vitamin C is GREAT for black skin, which is why it’s our fourth ingredient on this list. I mentioned earlier in this article that vitamin C is extremely good for dealing with hyperpigmentation. That’s because vitamin C is packed with antioxidants that help the body fight sun damage.
As Vitamin C helps to inhibit the overproduction of melanin. You also get the added benefit of it blocking free radicals which can cause the damage that you are trying to prevent. When combined with Rosehip, vitamin C makes for one of the best and potent facial care products for black skin.
Vitamin C can help increase collagen levels, a building block protein that many of us just aren’t getting enough of anymore. What does collage build? Bones, skin cells, hair, muscles, ligaments…
Having sufficient amounts of collagen in your body helps your skin to retain its elasticity to keep it from sagging. Collagen also minimizes your bouts with acne and helps your skin recover from issues like eczema and skin injuries.
When it comes to building a black skin care routine that is natural, manageable, affordable, and effective, these are the four ingredients - Kalahari oil, rosehips, hyaluronic acid, and vitamin C - that you want to look for in your product lines because each of them helps the skin to regenerate dead skin cells and heal damaged skin.
Looking for a few great products? Try Pydana Collection’s Facial Care Trio.
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