What Causes Hyperpigmentation in the Neck and Chest?

The neck and chest are among the first attributes, after your face, that someone may see when looking at you.

Therefore, they can display some of the first signs of aging including sagging or thin-looking skin, wrinkles and fine lines, and hyperpigmentation spots.

Not only this, but the skin on the neck and chest is equally as delicate as that of the face but rarely gets the same treatment during a skincare routine.

Hyperpigmentation of the Neck and Chest

It is important to address the hyperpigmentation that can appear on the neck and chest, as it can dramatically age your appearance. It should not be neglected just because it may not be found on your face.

For this reason, Fièra offers a Luxury Neck Cream that allows you to care for your neck the same way you would care for the other delicate skin on your face.

But what causes those pigmented spots and how does the neck cream work to reduce them?

What causes hyperpigmentation?

Hyperpigmentation can be caused by a range of factors but is a concern for many women of all ages, especially mature women.

The number one cause for hyperpigmentation in mature skin is UV light exposure leading to age spots. UV rays are emitted by the sun and are what cause sunburns and can lead to skin cancer.

Wearing an SPF in the form of sunscreen can dramatically reduce one’s risk of UV exposure.

 

Fièra’s Luxury Neck Cream utilizes the antioxidant power found in green tea to not only protect your skin from these harmful UV rays but also to reduce the appearance of the sun damage itself.

This can also be said for the Vitamin E found in the neck cream, an essential ingredient for protecting against free radicals and sun damage.

If you notice that you have a very dark or black spot on your neck with an irregular border, this may be a sign of skin cancer and you should talk to your doctor as soon as possible. Other signs of hyperpigmentation such as brown, freckle-like spots are harmless but unsightly and can be aided by the luxury neck cream.

Other conditions of hyperpigmentation such as Poikiloderma of Civatte can also occur with more mature skin. This condition causes hyperpigmentation and redness as well as “crepey” or thin, wrinkly skin. Just like other age spots, this condition is caused by UV exposure.

In addition to active ingredients that help fight off free radical damage and sun damage, the Luxury Neck Cream also utilizes many active ingredients to help smooth and moisturize your skin.

Ingredients like squalene, willow bark extract, and sodium hyaluronate work together with green tea and vitamin E to rejuvenate mature looking skin and reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation. These ingredients work wonders to hydrate and tighten the delicate skin of your neck and chest, making it look younger than ever.

 

While hyperpigmentation can sometimes not be avoided, there are ways to reduce the appearance of unsightly age spots. Adding this simple step to your skincare routine will finally give your chest and neck the care they deserve.

The neck and chest are among the first attributes, after your face, that someone may see when looking at you. Therefore, they can display some of the first signs of aging including sagging or thin looking skin, wrinkles and fine lines, and hyperpigmentation spots. Not only this, but the skin on the neck and chest is equally as delicate as that of the face but rarely gets the same treatment during a skincare routine.

It is important to address the hyperpigmentation that can appear on the neck and chest, as it can dramatically age your appearance. It should not be neglected just because it may not be found on your face. For this reason, Fièra offers a Luxury Neck Cream that allows you to care for your neck the same way you would care for the other delicate skin on your face.

But what causes those pigmented spots and how does the neck cream work to reduce them?

Hyperpigmentation can be caused by a range of factors, but is a concern for many women of all ages, especially mature women.

The number one cause for hyperpigmentation in mature skin is UV light exposure leading to age spots. UV rays are emitted by the sun and are what causes sun burns and can lead to skin cancer. Wearing an SPF in the form of a sunscreen can dramatically reduce one’s risk of UV exposure.

Fièra’s Luxury Neck Cream utilizes the antioxidant power found in green tea to not only protect your skin from these harmful UV rays but also to reduce the appearance of the sun damage itself. This can also be said for the Vitamin E found in the neck cream, an essential ingredient for protecting against free radicals and sun damage.

If you notice that you have a very dark or black spot on your neck with an irregular border, this may be a sign of skin cancer and you should talk to your doctor as soon as possible. Other signs of hyperpigmentation such as brown, freckle-like spots are harmless but unsightly and can be aided by the luxury neck cream.

Other conditions of hyperpigmentation such as Poikiloderma of Civatte can also occur with more mature skin. This condition causes hyperpigmentation and redness as well as “crepey” or thin, wrinkly skin. Just like other age spots, this condition is caused by UV exposure.

In addition to active ingredients that help fight off free radical damage and sun damage, the Luxury Neck Cream also utilizes many active ingredients to help smooth and moisturize your skin. Ingredients like squalene, willow bark extract, and sodium hyaluronate work together with green tea and vitamin E to rejuvenate mature looking skin and reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation. These ingredients work wonders to hydrate and tighten the delicate skin of your neck and chest, making it look younger than ever.

While hyperpigmentation can sometimes not be avoided, there are ways to reduce the appearance of unsightly age spots. Adding this simple step to your skin care routine will finally give your chest and neck the care they deserve.

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