Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation is pretty common but no matter your skin type or tone, there are products that can help reduce its appearance.
Hyperpigmentation is a common skin concern that countless people (of all skin types and shades) deal with. It refers to dark spots or patches on the skin, and is the result of increased melanin showing up in certain parts of the complexion leading to patches of skin appearing darker than the skin’s natural tone.
How to Manage Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation with Tiara Willis, Esthetician + Founder of @MakeupForWOCDec 03. 2020
If you’ve ever tried to manage post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, you know it can feel like a complex skin concern to solve. Here, esthetician Tiara Willis, founder of @MakeupForWOC, shares her four-part guide to managing hyperpigmentation with To The People.