What May Be Causing Your Dark Spots
There are a rare lucky few who do not suffer from skin discoloration, but for the rest of us that battle with dark spots, it is a constant uphill battle that consists of trying to cover them up and lighten them so that they’re barely visible on our skin. While the sun may be the main offender of dark spots, a new study shows that there is yet another culprit out there that’s responsible for dark spots.
Traffic fumes, aka pollution is the newest cause of unwanted discoloration according to research published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology. Also mentioned in the paper was a direct link to air pollution and the appearance of pigmentation and signs of aging on the skin.
In areas with little to no traffic or pollution, people’s skin tends to fare better than those who live in densely populated and polluted areas. The pollution transmitted from the fumes contain a mix of solid particles and liquid droplets that can penetrate past the skin and cause inflammation to occur, which, of course, sets off the whole pigmentation process.
The best way to ward off the damage is by shielding our skin from pollution and of course the sun is with a good armory of products that assuage dark spots like Oceane Facial Peeling Gel and Oceane Facial Toner. These two are gentle, yet effective when trying to rid your skin of discoloration.GO BACK