Similar to age spots, liver spots and melasma are also protective responses from the skin. Underneath the brown color is inflammationi and redness. However, this inflammation is from the liver. In order to treat the spots, you must heal the liver damage.
In many cases, the liver damage results from hormones related to birth control pills or pregnancy after age 30. We have found that the body will heal that liver damage if we provide it with a special ingredient called trioxolane. Lightening the spots or trying to heal the inflammation from the surface can be hit or miss, but treatment requires healing the source.
Melasma is typically seen on the cheeks, forehead, and upper lip. However, it can appear anywhere on the face and is symmetrical (you see it on both sides of the face, generally in the same area), usually in large patches. Liver Spots - a second type of internally-derived hyperpigmentation are asymmetrical so you can see them anywhere on the face, in one or more locations, and may be very large patches of pigmentation.
Consider consulting with your physician or licensed skincare professional before embarking on a new treatment or skincare program. If you have any specific questions about these matters, consult a doctor or licensed skincare professional for a diagnosis and customized treatment plan.
Apply Protect on to face in the morning after use of any serums. Reapply, as needed, with perspiration and/or water exposure.
For best results spot treat or apply to full face DNA Repair Serum.
|Before Photo:||Day 0|
|After Photo :||Day 365|
|Improvements In:||Use of Restore, Rescue, and Catalyst.|
|Homecare Regimen:||Client received 2 medi-facials and 4 Facial Infusions incorporating Skin Nutrition and Vitamin C Powder Blends at first, then Niacinamide, Beta Glucan and Willow Herb Powder Actives.|
|Professional Treatments:||Client received monthly Facial Infusion Peels.|