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Start your Journey to Even Skin Tone | Fight Hyperpigmentation

by Ayushi Porwal on March 26, 2024

Remember, "No matter what tone of melanin your skin is, always know that your skin is brilliant and beautiful". Every complexion tells a story, and your skin type is a reflection of inner beauty, strength, confidence and individuality. 

But, if you haven't realised this, Indian skin is prone to dark spots and hyperpigmentation. Regardless of your efforts and choosing quality cleansers, environmental stressors, sunburns, acne bumps, or even waxing and threading can leave a scar or spot on your face. Thus, the concern here isn't about the shade of your skin but the dark patches and marks that lead to distress. 

Glowing in an even skin tone is better than letting hyperpigmentation steal your radiance, don't you think so? Don't worry;   Trubiom   - a highly potent and effective  pigmentation cream for face,  is here for you! 

Trubiom is a standout night treatment cream that fights skin concerns such as dark spots, acne scars, inflammation, and hyperpigmentation. It is a safe, gender-neutral, and result-bearing gel that moisturises your skin, balances pH levels, and equalises melanin distribution throughout the skin to help you achieve rejuvenated skin.

But first, what is hyperpigmentation?

The term "Hyper" = Excessive, and "Pigment" = Colour. Thus, hyperpigmentation refers to a common skin condition that leads to darkening some areas of the skin compared to other parts. Each person's discoloured skin patches can differ based on skin type and texture. The spots or blemishes can appear in black, brown, red, pink or grey pigments. 

What causes hyperpigmentation?

The body gets its colour for the skin, hair and eyes through a pigment called melanin. Melanin is produced by cells called melanocytes. An increased production of melanin in clusters causes hyperpigmentation. 

When does the body produce more melanin?

Sunlight is a major cause of increased melanin production. When the skin is exposed to harmful UV rays, melanocytes are triggered to produce excess melanin as a defence mechanism. The melanin produced acts as a shield to protect the skin. The entire process results in tanning or dark skin. 

Other causes of hyperpigmentation include:

  1. Hormonal imbalance during puberty or pregnancy

  2. Acne or pimples 

  3. Medical treatments or excessive usage of harmful drugs/creams

  4. Absence of SPF in skincare regime

  5. Genetics 

  6. Melasma

Is hyperpigmentation uncurable?

Relax, as hyperpigmentation can be effectively cured! To start your journey to even tone and fight hyperpigmentation, we suggest you invest in our bestseller  pigmentation cream for face  to achieve visible results within 3 weeks of application. The earlier you start the treatment, the more favourable will be the outcome.

Can you cure hyperpigmentation at home?

Yes, you can treat hyperpigmentation at home. At Conscious Chemist, we provide a range of dermatologically tested and approved   best pigmentation serums   that can reduce your scars. 


Our dark spot serums  show visible results within 3 weeks. However, we ask you to be patient and consistent with the process, as it may take months to achieve completely youthful and spot-free skin. 


It is advisable to consult a dermatologist if your skin is hot to touch, painful, itchy, red, or leaking blood and pus. 

What are the best ingredients for hyperpigmentation?

The following are doctor-approved and skin-friendly chemicals that will give you the best treatment for hyperpigmentation:

  1. Niacinamide - Helps in skin lightening 
  2. Azelaic Acid - Neutralises free radicals 
  3. Kojic Acid - Potent antioxidant that prevents the formation of melanin
  4. Salicylic Acid - Smoothens skin texture
  5. Lactic Acid - Removes dead skin 
  6. Vitamin C - Protects against UV rays
  7. Ferulic Acid - A brightening agent that reduces discolouration
  8. Retinol - Boosts collagen and gives your skin a plump appearance

So, are you curious about how to get rid of hyperpigmentation and where to find  dark spot serums  with the above chemicals? 


At Conscious Chemist, our experts offer solutions that don't just 'cover' up; they 'clear' away blemishes. 

We've 'got you covered' – with results as radiant and "clear" as your skin will be.

💡Conscious Chemist Recommends Personalised Skincare Routine for Hyperpigmentation

Pore Refining Facewash for Bright Skin:  With the goodness of niacinamide and berry extracts, the pore refining face wash is the perfect cleanser to start your day with. It is rich in anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties and improves uneven skin texture. 

Vitamin C Serum:  Next, add the vitamin C serum, which is loaded with ferulic acid, vitamin C, and hyaluronic acid. This potent formulation protects against sun damage and discolouration and moisturises skin. 

Bumps Escape: Bumps Escape provides a holistic resolution to cure pigmentation and strawberry legs. The body cream is infused with salicylic, kojic, and lactic acid, which exfoliates dead skin, clears bumps, and fades scars. 

Niacinamide Sunscreen:  You get the unique and effective combination of SPF 50, niacinamide and blackberry extracts with this one. It targets photosensitivity and repairs the skin barrier. 

Berry Bright Face Mask:  Enjoy spotless skin with the star product Trubiom. Its niacinamide, kojic, and azelaic acid formulation helps minimise pores, fight inflammation, and repair sun damage. Add this cream to your PM routine. 

Anti-Ageing Serum: Imbued with encapsulated retinol, trehalose, and a peptide complex, this serum is perfect for uplifting dull skin and basking in renewed, hydrated skin. 

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