Soy a natural alternative for hyperpigmentation

A lot of focus is given to reducing fine lines and wrinkles in skin care products, but a forgotten benefit of soy skin care is its ability to reduce the appearance of hyperpigmention, a common condition that results in dark spots on the skin.

Skin contains cells called melanocytes, which produces melanin. Melanin is what gives the skin color. Not enough melanin causes skin to be lighter than normal and is called hypopigmented skin. Too much melanin and the skin can develop dark spots called hyperpigmented skin.

Hyperpigmentation can be caused by sun exposure, skin inflammations, hormonal changes, and taking certain medications, just to name a few causes.

Some people refer to these dark spots as “age” or “liver” spots, which are most often found on the face and hands and any other sun exposed area of the skin. Hyperpigmentation is often harmless, but can cause a person to feel more self conscious and apprehensive about his or her appearance.

Prescription creams and some over-the-counter products are designed to lighten dark spots, but can cause irritation. Chemical peels and laser therapy are other options, but can also get expensive. It’s best to consult with a dermatologist before beginning any course of treatment.

Soy skin care products are a natural alternative to reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation because of its ability to inhibit the transfer of melanosomes into keratinocytes, which causes enhanced pigment production.

Soy skin care products offer other benefits including: enhance skin elasticity, control oil production, delay hair re-growth, and replenish moisture.

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