My Skincare Routine for Treating Hyperpigmentation

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I have been dealing with hyperpigmentation since I was a kid. Obviously, as a child, I wasn’t getting marks from pimples, but any scrape, bite, or bump would leave me with a dark mark — I still have two scars on my forearms and forehead from my grade school days to show for it. Now, during my teenage years and into my early 20s, I had what I would have called “perfect” skin, which I took for granted, covering it up with what my sister called “too much” makeup. I have always been a product junkie, so I lived to try new cosmetics, but hadn’t mastered the less-is-more makeup philosophy just yet. 

But that changed for me at 25. Breakouts popped up all over my face, jawline, and neck. I was so embarrassed that I didn’t leave the house unless it was necessary — you know, like when I had to go do that thing called adulting to be able to pay my rent. To combat my breakouts…

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