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Let's talk dark spots.

Think space invaders on your face. They made themselves rather comfortable and trying to get rid of them is more difficult than you thought. You feel like you've tried every trick in the book, but to much avail they are still sticking around. If only you knew then what you know now, you probably would've thought twice about poppin' those pesky pimples over the years.
No sense in beating yourself up about it now, but don't give up hope. You may feel as if you have tried it all, but believe me there are a few steps you may have overlooked that will rid you of your hyper pigmentation in no time. Keep scrolling to get with the program and kiss your dark spots goodbye forever.

Hydrate Your Skin.

In other words, drink water and plenty of it. Dry skin is triggered by dry weather and with dry skin your dark spots are more visible.Stay thirsty, you won't regret it.

Remember To Exfoliate.

A lot of times when it comes to exfoliation, people are more rough than gentle. Be gentle with your skin, especially the skin on your face. Find a gentle exfoliant or make your own at home. Exfoliating removes dead skin cells and brings a fresh later which results in healthy, glowing skin.

Be Sure To Apply Sunscreen

You don't have to be laid up on the beach to apply sunscreen. Luckily, the majority of the skin and beauty products we use on a daily basis contains sunscreen, but to be sure always apply some after you apply your moisturizer. The sun can do damage to your skin, believe it or not.

Visit Your Local Dermatologist

If you feel like you've tried it all and you still have yet to see any progress, maybe it's time for you to visit your dermatologist and let them point you in the right direction. Chemical peels and microdermabrasion are two great options that reduce dark spots overtime.

How do you keep your dark spots at bay?

[Disclaimer: if you don't have any, if not leave any advice you have]
Give lemon juice, aloe Vera gel or apple cider vinegar a try as a toner. They are supposed to work magic! @Aripendragon
I've been wearing sunscreen every day since I graduated from high school, and I don't have any dark spots yet ;) I also do it because my family is prone to skin problems. I tell EVERYONE i know to wear it though.
they are perfect
thank for advices
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