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How to Care for Freckles

Freckles and Top Products to Treat them Vitamin C and EGF Collagen Vitamin C serum

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Have you ever stopped to think about freckles? Why do we have freckles? Where do they come from? Why are they more common in summer? Are they painful and dangerous to our health? No one is born with freckles, but when they appear, usually during childhood, many questions arise.

What are freckles?

Freckles are small or larger patches on the skin that are darker in color. The spots are multiple and may develop on sun-exposed skin over time. Freckles are particularly common in people with red hair and a fair complexion and may appear on children as young as 1 or 2 years of age. They are smooth and are divided into several colors such as light or dark brown, reddish or yellow-brown. Freckles occur as a result of a cellular change in the skin, which causes the production of more melanin and pigment. They are not painful to the touch and can increase when the skin is exposed to sunlight without being protected.

There are two basic types of freckles - Ephelides and Lentigines. Ephelides are flat light-brown spots that typically appear during the sunny months and fade in the winter. Ephelides are small tan, brown, or black spots which tend to be darker than an ephelis-type freckle and which do not fade in the winter.

Who has Freckles?

Not everyone develops such pigmentation spots!  However, scientists have defined some criteria for the appearance of freckles, and most people who have them fall into these categories:

Heredity - if a member of your family has freckles on their face or hands, then the chances of you developing them are quite high. Relatives often share the same skin type, which means that over the years, they often suffer from the same skin problems. as witnessed by the striking similarity in the total number of freckles on identical twins. Such similarities are considerably less marked in fraternal twins. A gene for freckles has been mapped to chromosome 4Q32-Q34.

Hair and skin - People with red hair and pale skin are more prone to freckles. However, people with dark hair can also develop them. In general, people with fair skin and light eyes are more prone to freckles.  

Sun exposure - it causes the appearance of freckles, as well as their spread or darkening. Freckles are a sign that the skin has been exposed to dangerous ultraviolet rays and the body is struggling to repair the skin. It is a form of natural protection against UV exposure as skin darkens as it tries to protect itself.

Freckles are harmless. They may sometimes be confused with more serious skin problems. Conversely, more serious problems such as skin cancer may at times be passed over as a mere freckle. Anyone who has one or more pigmented spots of which they are not certain should be seen by a dermatologist at the earliest possible moment. There are different treatments available such as laser treatment, cryotherapy, and chemical peeling to lighten or eliminate those freckles whose appearance bothers their owners. After ensuring the freckles are indeed freckles, you can then look to natural treatments by introducing certain active ingredients into your skincare regime.  

Recommended Solutions and Treatments

Antioxidants prevent or reduce damage to our cells by neutralizing the production of highly reactive molecules called free radicals. In other words, antioxidants help keep our body and our skin cells healthy. This free-radical fighter isn't just important for helping us keep the signs of premature aging at bay. In neutralizing these free radicals, Vitamin C helps protect skin from skin diseases and changes caused by UV exposure. 

When topically applied, Vitamin C, which is an amazing antioxidant has a skin-rejuvenating effect that can fade freckles. Because of its antioxidant properties, vitamin C aids in your skin's natural regeneration process, which helps your body repair damaged skin cells.

Naked Actives Vitamin C Serum is an essential nutrient that plays a variety of roles in skincare. In particular, it helps brighten dull, sun-damaged skin, and stimulates collagen production to ward off fine lines and wrinkles. It's also a powerful antioxidant to help prevent aging and pigmentation. 

Vitamin C Benefits for Freckles ,pigmentation, antiaging spots

Naked Actives EGF Skin Renewal Serum is formulated with Bio-Identical Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF). The EGF serum has been clinically proven to improve skin barrier function and firmness, leaving your skin healthy and hydrated. This powerful skin-refining serum is rich in epidermal growth factors that boost cell turnover and nurture the skin’s healing abilities. Fortified with naturally fermented ingredients like sea kelp extract, Naked Actives EGF Serum triggers regeneration, reducing the healing time of skin trauma caused by blemishes, sun damage, and natural signs of aging. Ideal for aging and acne-prone skin, this multitasking wonder serum also softens wrinkles and brightens age spots while giving skin a luminous, spot-free glow. It speeds acne healing, brightens the appearance of dark spots, and aids in stimulating collagen production.

EGF serum for frickles pigmentation skin regeneration treatment

Naked Actives offers a wide range of products with active ingredients that can be combined and that cover all the necessary aspects for optimal skin hydration and restoration of the face and neck area to help keep your skin healthy and beautiful long into your life.

Taking Care of your skin is more important than covering it up and it pays back every penny spent in the long term.

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