Uneven skin

PAR-2 Blockers To Lighten Skin and Even Skin Tone

  • Protease activated receptor 2 (PAR-2) is a receptor that can be blocked to lighten skin color. Treating uneven skin tone is challenging because skin lightening ingredients take 8-16 weeks to work. There is no way to lighten skin fast, but there are tips to make skin lightening treatments work better. ...

    2021-06-21 | Leslie Baumann MD

How To Treat Melasma From The Inside

  • Melasma is a skin disorder that causes hyperpigmentation of the skin on the face. There are many skin treatments for melasma. Here we will explain how to treat melasma from the inside using vitamins and other oral melasma treatments. However, melasma is often difficult to treat. We recommend that you ...

    2021-06-18 | Leslie Baumann MD

Best Face Wash To Treat Dark Spots

  • Dark spots on the skin, also known as hyperpigmentation, can appear for a number of reasons. The most common causes of dark spots are sun exposure and acne scarring. Sometimes they can be caused by hormonal changes, such as during pregnancy or menopause, and even by certain medications. Thankfully, there ...

    2021-06-18 | Leslie Baumann MD

The Best Vitamin C for Melasma

  • Melasma is a chronic skin condition that causes the appearance of dark spots on the skin. Thankfully there are a number of dermatologist treatments and skin care options available to even out skin tone and reduce hyperpigmentation. Dr. Sheldon Pinnell discovered years ago that ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) helped skin ...

    2021-06-18 | Leslie Baumann MD

Tyrosinase Inhibitors To Lighten Skin

  • The best skin-lightening products use ingredients known as tyrosinase inhibitors. These skin lightening products block the production of melanin and are used to treat uneven skin tone . Before we discuss skin care ingredients with tyrosinase inhibitors to even the skin tone, let's discuss how skin pigment is made. Skin ...

    2021-06-18 | Leslie Baumann MD

Baumann Skin Type 15: DRPW

  • The DRPW Skin Type is Dry, Resistant, Pigmented, and Wrinkled, with three barriers to skin health: dehydration, pigmentation, and aging. A common skin type, DRPW skin can fit a number of profiles, including: A person younger than 30 years old with dry skin who is often in the sun without ...

    2021-06-17 | Leslie Baumann MD

Baumann Skin Type 9: ORPT

  • The ORPT Skin Type is Oily, Resistant, Pigmented, and Tight, with only one barrier to skin health: pigmentation. An uncommon skin type, ORPT is usually found in younger people who have frequent sun exposure. Occasionally, younger women with melasma will have ORPT skin. In this case, discontinuing the use of ...

    2021-06-16 | Leslie Baumann MD

Baumann Skin Type 13: DRPT

  • The DRPT Skin Type is Dry, Resistant, Pigmented, and Tight, with two barriers to skin health: dehydration and pigmentation. This skin type is uncommon and is usually seen in those with Fitzpatrick Skin Type III or higher. The two main concerns, dryness and pigmentation, tend to go hand-in-hand, as itching ...

    2021-06-17 | Leslie Baumann MD

Baumann Skin Type 11: ORPW

  • The ORPW Skin Type is Oily, Resistant, Pigmented, and Wrinkled, with two barriers to skin health: pigmentation and wrinkles. Dryness and sensitivity are not an issue for this skin type, though ORPWs can struggle with uneven skin tone and accelerated signs of aging such as lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin. ...

    2021-06-17 | Leslie Baumann MD

Baumann Skin Type 7: OSPW

  • The OSPW Skin Type is Oily, Sensitive, Pigmented, and Wrinkled, with three barriers to skin health: inflammation, pigmentation, and aging. Together, inflammation and pigmentation problems can be a challenge for OSPWs, often leading to acne, melasma, rosacea, or post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. However, by using the proper skincare regimen and treatment options ...

    2021-06-16 | Leslie Baumann MD

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