Pregnancy mask-related dark spots usually start to fade after delivery, however, if the condition doesn't fade quickly enough or you want to use a treatment during pregnancy, there are multiple options to choose from. There are certain vitamins, such as vitamin B12, C, and E that may have potentially skin brightening effects – however, the level of their effect is still subject to debate. While some people achieve the desired effect with laser therapy, chemical peels or microdermabrasion, there are now non-invasive, gentle, cosmetic solutions.
NIVEA's LUMINOUS630® routine range makes dark spots fade faster and is also suitable for pregnant women, so you don't have to worry about harming yourself or your baby. You can incorporate the use of LUMINOUS630® products into your morning and evening skincare routine, and for best results, you should use them twice a day.
The product range includes an anti-dark spot serum solution, NIVEA LUMINOUS630® Even Glow Concentrated SERUM, NIVEA LUMINOUS630® Even Glow Day Fluid SPF50 for a full-day care, LUMINOUS630® Even Glow Night Complexion Care for skincare and regeneration while you sleep, and LUMINOUS630® Anti-Dark Circles Eye Treatment Cream for youthful skin around the eyes. When you use these products together, they reduce the appearance of spots caused by pregnancy- and menopause-related hormonal factors and help decrease their reappearance to restore the skin's natural radiance. Spots begin to seem lighter in 2 weeks, and their severity might decrease by up to 50% in 8 weeks.