Pigmentation caused by UV radiation, hormonal fluctuations (such as during pregnancy), drug-induced photosensitivity, and, particularly, by ageing. These pigment disorders appear mainly on areas of the body exposed to sunlight such as the face, neck, and hands, as well as in various forms from freckles to age spots and melasma. The causes can be genetic or hormonal, but can also be due to external influences such as drugs and cosmetics. The free radicals damage skin cells and interfere with the production and distribution of melanin.
The anti-pigment treatment reduces the production of melanin, lightens dark skin areas, and balances stressed skin surfaces.