Skin Pigmentation Disorders

Pigmentation and dark spots on the skin can be a result of various factors, such as sun exposure, hormonal changes, aging, and acne scarring. While these spots are generally harmless, they can affect one’s self-confidence and make one feel self-conscious about their appearance. Fortunately, there are various methods for healing pigmentation and dark spots, and this blog will explore some of the most effective ones.

  1. Sun protection

One of the most common causes of pigmentation and dark spots is sun exposure. Therefore, it’s essential to protect your skin from the sun’s harmful rays to prevent further damage. You can do this by wearing protective clothing such as hats and long-sleeved shirts, staying in the shade during peak sun hours, and using a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30. Reapply sunscreen every two hours, especially if you’re swimming or sweating.

  1. Topical treatments

Several topical treatments can help reduce pigmentation and dark spots. These include:

  • Hydroquinone: This is a popular skin-lightening agent that works by decreasing the production of melanin, the pigment responsible for skin color. Hydroquinone is available over-the-counter, but stronger formulations require a prescription.
  • Retinoids: Retinoids are vitamin A derivatives that help to speed up cell turnover and fade dark spots. They are available in both over-the-counter and prescription-strength formulations.
  • Vitamin C: Vitamin C is an antioxidant that helps to brighten the skin and fade dark spots. Look for a serum or moisturizer that contains a high concentration of vitamin C.
  • Azelaic acid: This is a naturally occurring acid that helps to reduce inflammation and fade dark spots. It is available over-the-counter and by prescription.
  1. Chemical peels

Chemical peels involve applying a solution to the skin to remove the top layer, revealing smoother, brighter skin underneath. There are various types of chemical peels, and the strength of the peel will depend on the severity of the pigmentation. Chemical peels can be done in a dermatologist’s office or at home using an at-home peel kit.

  1. Laser therapy

Laser therapy uses high-intensity light to target and destroy the pigment in the skin. This treatment is typically done in a dermatologist’s office and can be effective for more severe cases of pigmentation.

  1. Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive treatment that uses a special tool to remove the outermost layer of skin, revealing smoother, brighter skin underneath. This treatment is best for mild cases of pigmentation and may require multiple sessions to achieve the desired results.

In conclusion, healing pigmentation and dark spots is possible through various methods, from protecting your skin from the sun to using topical treatments, chemical peels, laser therapy, and microdermabrasion. It’s essential to consult with a dermatologist to determine the best treatment plan for your individual needs and skin type. By following these methods, you can achieve a brighter, more even skin tone and feel confident in your appearance.

6. Ayurvedic Herbs

We have a 3-step treatment plan for those who struggle with dark spots and pigmentation. At every step of the process you will use a herbal formulation that is specially designed to fade dark spots and improve the texture of your skin.


Papaya Extract – Did you know that this fruit has so many beauty benefits? It not only helps to even skin tone and brighten complexion but also soothes inflammation and reduces breakouts.

Licorice Root Extract –  Dermatologists say licorice extract can have some great spot-fading benefits. It can help lighten dark marks or improve your overall skin tone. Another active and potent component of liquorice root is Glabridin. Glabridin has skin lightening properties. It also works to prevent the production of tyrosinase, an enzyme that darkens the skin after it’s exposed to sun.

Lemon Peel Extract – Lemon peels help in preventing and fighting skin problems such as wrinkles, acne, pigmentation and dark spots.

You can find the above ingredients in our Glow Face Mask. Combining Papaya extract with Green Tea, Turmeric, Lemon Peel, Licorice Root and so much more, you have a pot of herbal bliss that can help you achieve flawless and glowing skin. Just mix one teaspoon of the mask with honey or fresh aloe vera gel and apply to your face or any part of your body that has dark spots and pigmentation. You can watch this Instagram reel to learn about how to use the Glow Face Mask.


Formulated with organic Jojoba, Apricot kernel, Camellia seed oil and blended with Acai Berry, Rosehip & Sandalwood (Santalum album) oil which has an unparalleled ability to renew skin complexion. Whether it’s psoriasis, eczema, rosacea or even pigmentation, Sandalwood works to soothe the epidermis and even out skin tone while Acai Berries and Rosehip oils have anti-ageing benefits and are nature’s best way to increase collagen production. This luxurious oil nourishes your skin, aids the penetration of moisture and has a beautiful warm aroma.


It includes Ayurvedic Herbs with antibacterial properties like Neem & Sandalwood which are infused with pure oils like Coconut, Avacado and Rosehip which seal in the skin moisture and also help in promoting collagen formation. Neem contains a high level of antioxidants which protect the skin from environmental damage and an aspirin like compound which removes the acne causing bacteria from the skin. It contains carotenoids which provide high antioxidants that defend the skin against age promoting free radicals. Ayurvedic herbs like Amla, Arnica & Tulsi which are rich in vitamin C and anti-oxidants can help you reduce dark spots, pigmentation and scar marks. Watch this testimonial on how the Rosehip & Sandalwood Cream helped a customer to fade away their acne spots.