Skin blemishes on the face and body are a blemish that may result from numerous factors. We understand together what they are due to and how to get rid of them.
One of the most common problems when it comes to skin health concerns dyschromia and skin spots, which can appear at any age and on any type of complexion. The main problem with these blemishes concerns the difference in colour between the skin and the spot that appears, the difference in tone of which causes discomfort, especially aesthetically, that can only be resolved through the use of specific treatments for the face or other parts of the body.
Our dermocosmetic line Skinius The Doctor Is In is designed to prevent and resolve these changes in the skin's complexion, caused by excess melanin, the deposit of pigments of other nature and, above all, solar radiation. A small daily gesture therefore becomes essential to prevent the problem and to treat it once it has appeared.
Why do sposts appear on the skin?
Skin dyschromia or spots that can appear on the face, arms, legs and other areas of the body are due to an imbalance of melanin, a pigment that is produced by melanocytes, cells that reside in the basal layer of the epidermis, and that determines the skin's colour. But what is this imbalance due to?
There are numerous causes, but most skin blemishes are linked to:
- skin ageing, which can occur at menopause or even earlier;
- genetic predisposition;
- excessive sun exposure without the correct protection;
- hormonal causes such as pregnancy;
- lesions from previous skin inflammation such as acne.
How can skin spots be prevented?
The best way to prevent skin blemishes is to adequately protect it from internal and external aggressions. This means on the one hand having a healthy lifestyle (balanced diet, adequate exercise and good sun exposure habits) and on the other hand implementing a skin care routine that keeps the skin healthy and supple.
Blemishes such as skin blemishes on the face, in fact, can result from genetic reasons that have never been investigated or from products that are not suitable for one's skin type. That is why, when the first spots on the skin begin to appear, we recommend a visit with a specialist. The dermatologist will be able to indicate your skin type and the best way to take care of it.
Cleansing for facial blemishes
Once they appear, getting rid of skin blemishes is not easy, but strategies can be put in place to avoid making the situation worse. Among these, a good habit you could adopt right from the start is to clean your face thoroughly, even by double cleansing. Products suitable for sensitive skin will reduce the danger of new blemishes forming and keep the skin bright and healthy.
At Skinius, we offer light-textured formulations for micellar waters and cleansing serums that moisturise dry and blemished skin without weighing it down. Remember that cleansing should always be done, even when you have not applied make-up: it will remove impurities and dirt from your face.
Skin blemish cream, how to choose it?
Cosmetic formulations and creams that regenerate cells and relax and invigorate the skin are the promise of Skinius to eliminate skin blemishes. A few examples? The regenerating FOSPID Serum, which can be applied not only to the face, but also to the arms, décolleté, breasts and hands. It solves the problem of dry skin, restructures the tissues, assists in the production of collagen and elastin, and promotes the fading of superficial skin blemishes.
Cleansing the epidermis is also fundamental, so the daily use of MILIS Cleansing Milk will give your skin a boost of energy, defending it from all those agents that could cause the appearance of dyschromia and skin spots. Lastly, the use of an anti-ageing supplement such as FOSPID.IN, based on phospholipids, glucosamine and biotin, is a real panacea for maintaining the turgidity, elasticity and softness of the skin, acting from within and also having an anti-ageing action.
Sun protection for skin spots on legs, arms and back
We have already mentioned that one of the main causes of skin spots and dyschromia is uncontrolled exposure to UVA and UVB rays. These stimulate the formation of melanin, which goes out of balance and forms white spots on the skin or other blemishes. First of all, once such blemishes appear, have them checked by a dermatologist: they could be a sign of a more serious skin problem.
Once you have eliminated the fear of disease, treat your blemished skin with even more care. Always apply protection with a high SPF before exposing yourself to the sun, avoid the hottest hours of the day and choose highly moisturising products that will restore your skin's lipid film. After exposure, don't forget a good after-sun product, which should also be applied to spots on the skin of the legs, arms and back.