First off, we have to know what causes dark spots on our face. Medical journals state that hyperpigmentation is due to 4 main problems: excessive sun exposure, acne scars, hormonal changes and a poor diet. These stains tend to be more visible when we’re:

  1. Exercising - heat increases vasodilation, which is the dilation or widening of the blood vessels, this stimulates pigment production and makes your dark spots more noticeable. 
  2. At the beach or pool - The sun, as mentioned above is your worst enemy when it comes to hyperpigmentation.
  3. Not exfoliating regularly.  

Some solutions to get rid of dark spots:

  • First and foremost: protect yourself from the sun. Apply sunscreen everyday, and try to avoid outdoor activities between 10 A.M. - 2 P.M., because UVA and UVB rays are most intense during this time. Vitamin D is necessary for our health, but we should enjoy the sun while taking the necessary precautions. 
  • Improve your eating habits. A lack of folic acid can lead to hyperpigmentation, so be sure to incorporate whole grains, nuts and green leafy veggies to your diet.
  • Antioxidant serums. The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties found in vitamin C and natural plant extracts fight the effects of aging, such as dark spots. Antioxidants, such as ORANGE from NR BEAUTY, also stimulate the natural production of collagen, protecting the skin from free radicals.
  • Chemical peels are great for lightening dark spots, because they possess special exfoliating agents that enable the removal of skin pigment melanin.The elimination of dead and damaged cells will allow new and fresh skin to surface without any hyperpigmentation. 


So this product is a chemical peel that exfoliates your skin every night and brightens your face by removing dead cells that contain hyperpigmentation. Bye bye dark spots! Blanc also helps reduce the size of pores because it keeps them clean and unclogged. Additionally by eliminating the top layer of dead cells, this product allows other cosmetics to brush easily and smoothly on the skin. 

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