Brief illustrations on how to use dark skin corrector. This is very important. If you have blackheads or comedones (especially cystic acne), don’t squeeze or pick them. Doing this can damage the surrounding skin tissue and cause blemishes and, in extreme cases, acne scars. To prevent the problem from getting worse, it’s best to let the skin heal on its own. is. Even if you have pimples, putting your hands on your face can further irritate your skin and even cause breakouts by transferring bacteria from pimples to other attractive pores on your face. If you want a dark spot treatment, it’s important to use it regularly. By using a spot treatment that reduces hyperpigmentation, you can essentially speed up the turnover of your skin’s cells. In this case, the dark and damaged cells will renew faster than themselves, resulting in a more even skin tone. Our Dark Spot Corrector contains Alpha Arbutin and Kojic Acid to limit melanin production and reverse signs of discoloration. It also contains niacinamide and daisy extract to slow down melanin production and reduce inflammation. Depending on the sensitivity of your skin, it is recommended to treat pigment spots once or twice a day. For very sensitive skin, we recommend using it every other day.