Spotlight: Bright Ideas

Expert advice for reversing hyperpigmentation, both in and out of the treatment room.

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Who would benefit most from brightening skincare services?

Charlene DeHaven, MD, clinical director of iS CLINICAL: The development of uneven pigmentation and areas of hyperpigmentation in response to inflammatory skin damage is most commonly caused by sun exposure. Photoaging can make someone appear 10 to 12 years older than they actually are, not to mention the fact that it also compromises the health and functionality of the skin. Considering that everyone experiences photoaging, the potential interest in brightening skin care is very large.

Jessica Burton, corporate educator for Yon-Ka Paris: Most clients will benefit from brighter, more even skin and increased radiance, particularly those that suffer from dark spots, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) or sun damage, and those with dull or sallow complexions. But, these treatments are great for anyone who wants to even out their skin tone and texture, leaving them with a healthier, more luminous complexion.

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