So what even is hyperpigmentation? For those not in the know, hyperpigmentation is basically a broad term used to describe instances when you get spots on your skin that are darker or a different color than the rest of your body.
A lot of people (especially in the U.S.) have been really antsy this whole pandemic but especially lately.
Between never putting on sunscreen, never re-applying, getting shit sleep, tanning, or whatever other abrasive skincare routines you have going, it’s no wonder some of you might end up looking like a crypt keeper by the time you’re 30. And yes, this includes everyone of every skin color under the sun (haha, see what I did there?).
I feel like I’ve been deceived most of my life about how I’m supposed to manage my hair. There’s so much misleading information out there about what it means to moisturize. I’ve used all kinds of oils and creams for years, thinking I was actually doing something to bring out my curls. In reality, my hair was becoming dry, lifeless, and frizzy to boot.
To say the pandemic has been a bummer for most of us is an understatement. Whether you’re working or studying from home, on the frontlines, dealing with a bunch of crap, or just staying put (at least for those of us who give a fuck about other people’s lives) it’s been rough.