Hyperpigmented Health System
Hyperpigmented Health System
Hyperpigmented Skin Health System
Peppermint Salicylic Cleanser - 4oz
AHA Energizing Mineral Exfoliator - 30ml
Transdermal C Serum - 30ml
Biomimetic Mineral Mist - 30ml
Resurfacing 1% Retinol Light - 15ml
Truth Treatment Systems Hyperpigmented Skin System contains a collection of synergistic products that work to turn over and reduce existing hyperpigmentation while strengthening and protecting the skin against future damage. Whether due to sun damage, hormonal changes, or post-inflammatory changes, this system works to accelerate cellular turnover, revealing a brighter, more even skin tone. With high doses of Vitamin C, Retinol - the safest and most effective way to combat hyperpigmentation - and Acids to minimize existing discoloration, Zinc Oxide to protect against future damage, and Fulvic Minerals to enhance cellular activity. With regular use, the skin will appear brighter, more even toned, and hydrated.
CLEANSE: Gently massage Peppermint Salicylic Cleanser™ into damp skin and rinse with tepid water. Use daily morning and night.
ENERGIZE: Using a cotton round or fingertips gently and evenly apply AHA Energizing Exfoliator™ to face and neck. Use up to once daily, morning or night. Not recommended for use at the same time as the Resurfacing 1% Retinol Light™, alternate use accordingly.
NOURISH: Combine 2 to 3 drops of Transdermal C Serum™ with 2 pumps of Biomimetic Mineral Mist™. Blend in palm of hand to emulsify and massage into skin.
TREAT: Combine less than a pea-sized amount of Resurfacing 1% Retinol Light™ with 2 pumps of Biomimetic Mineral Mist™. Blend in the palm of your hand to emulsify and then massage into skin. Apply 1 to 2 nights per week. Follow with Transdermal C Serum™ to help soothe skin.
COMPLEMENTARY PRODUCTS TO ENHANCE PROTOCOL:
Hyaluronic Honey Cleanser
Transdermal C Balm
Hyaluronic Mineral Hydrator
Collagen Recovery Complex
Notes from Ben on hyperpigmented skin
Supporting Lifestyle and Nutritional Protocol
Dark spots on the skin, known as melasma are caused by excessive production of melanin. These darkened patches that show up with aging or after healing from traumatized or inflamed skin are linked to excessive secretion of the hormones' cortisol and estrogen. They can also appear as a result of estrogen-related to pregnancy, birth control pills or hormone replacement therapy. Fortunately, this condition is easy to address with topical exfoliation which can speed removal of excess pigment as well as internal strategies for reducing cortisol and balancing estrogen and improving its elimination. Note: pigmentation that shows up in the deeper layers the skin is not melanin but rather a type of cellular debris called lipofuscin which cannot be addressed topically. To eliminate lipofuscin, use lymphatic drainage techniques, including massage, slow, deep, rhythmic breathing, exercise and inversion devices. Add the following protocols to your daily routine:
1. Keep blood sugar stable and avoid hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) by eating a low carb diet.
3. Balance estrogen with progesterone cream and pregnenolone capsules.
4. Use quality probiotics and eat fermented foods.
5. Use digestive enzymes, especially lipase and pancreatin, bile salts and apple cider vinegar with all meals. Start meals off with “bitters” and bitter veggies like dandelion greens, radish, arugula, and kale.
6. Use nutritional supplements featuring all 90 essential nutrients. Pay particular attention to:
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin E