Treat Hyperpigmentation With Pharmaceris Whitening Vitamin C Range

Treat Hyperpigmentation With Pharmaceris Whitening Vitamin C Range

Skin discolouration and hyperpigmentation can occur at any age, and can be difficult to conceal with traditional cosmetic products like foundation and powder. This is because hyperpigmentation is caused by internal changes to your skin’s melanin production, making it tricky to mask at a surface level.

In this article, we’re going to take a look at how certain brightening and whitening treatments from the Pharmaceris ‘W’ range can help you combat all types of hyperpigmentation, from sun spots to inflammation. Let’s take a look!

Who is Pharmaceris?

Pharmaceris is a Greek derma-cosmetic company, with product ranges designed to treat specific skincare concerns, from acne-prone skin to skin discolouration. The brand focuses on dermatological solutions to skincare, using natural ingredients and expert-led research and development to remedy all varieties of skin concerns. 

What causes skin hyperpigmentation?

In order to understand why hyperpigmentation occurs, it’s important to understand how melanin works in the skin. Melanin is a natural substance in your body which determines the pigment of your skin tone, and an excess of melanin can cause dark spots, hyperpigmentation, and melasma. 

Here are a few of the most common things that can cause hyperpigmentation:

Sun damage

The dangers of excessive sun exposure are numerous and long-established, and one of these risks is skin hyperpigmentation and skin discolouration. Typically, hyperpigmentation that has been caused by sun exposure is easy to identify, as it tends to present itself as small, visible dark marks on the skin, known as sun spots. Sun spots typically occur on the face, as your face is the area of your body most exposed to the sun, although you can also develop these on the hands and other areas of the body.


Inflammation can also cause hyperpigmentation on the skin, and one of the most common causes of inflammatory pigmentation is acne. If you experienced frequent bouts of acne during your teenage years (or even during adulthood), the areas of your skin where you experienced pimples can become inflamed, and thus darken over time. This is again caused by the melanin in your body, which tries to overcompensate for the damage by producing more skin cells. 

Pregnancy and hormonal changes

Pregnancy is another common reason for skin hyperpigmentation, and is referred to as melasma. Melasma refers to skin discolouration caused by hormonal changes, in particular increased oestrogen production, which occurs during pregnancy. However, melasma can also occur through use of the contraceptive pill, which also causes changes in oestrogen production.  

How to fix hyperpigmentation: Pharmaceris W Range

The appearance of all forms of hyperpigmentation can be improved with a variety of skincare products, non-invasive cosmetic procedures, and lifestyle changes. In this blog post, we want to take a look at the Pharmaceris W range, which is a selection of dermatologically formulated skin care products by the Pharmaceris range, designed to improve skin discolouration and reduce hyperpigmentation.

Pharmaceris uses a combination of three active skincare ingredients, which when used together can help to lighten dark spots, and create a more even skin tone:


Niacinamide is a type of Vitamin B, and can be used to improve the appearance of hyperpigmentation, uneven skin tone, while reducing irritation and inflammation. 

How does niacinamide help hyperpigmentation?

Studies have shown that topical niacinamide application helps to improve hyperpigmentation by inhibiting melanosome transfer

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is known for its skin-brightening properties, and is a key ingredient in Pharmaceris’ W range, with products including a Pharmaceris whitening vitamin C night cream, and accompanying Triple-Action Day cream. 

How does Vitamin C help hyperpigmentation?

Vitamin C is a natural skin lightener, making it the perfect addition to any anti-hyperpigmentation regimen. Vitamin C helps combat hyperpigmentation by inhibiting melanin synthesis - not only will this help existing discolouration, but also help you preserve an even skin tone in the future.

Biomimetic Peptides

Biomimetic peptides are molecules that are designed to mimic the skin’s natural proteins. Used in anti-ageing skincare, peptides can help to penetrate the skin’s epidermis, boost collagen production, and help to resurface the skin.

How do biomimetic peptides help hyperpigmentation?

Biomimetic peptides can help reduce hyperpigmentation as they increase the efficiency of topical skincare productions, while also boosting collagen production at a deeper level. Collagen is an essential natural protein responsible for the condition and suppleness of the skin, and boosting collagen production can help reduce hyperpigmentation and other skin blemishes.

Bottom line

While the Pharmaceris range can help to combat hyperpigmentation, don’t forget that some easy lifestyle changes can also contribute to a more even skin tone. Eating well, and regularly applying sun protection can help prevent both hormonal and sun-induced forms of hyperpigmentation. 


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