Sunscreen For Hyperpigmentation Or Melasma (Make Sure You’re Using The Right One)

Sunscreen For Hyperpigmentation Or Melasma (Make Sure You’re Using The Right One)

Got hyperpigmentation or melasma? I have something for you to try! I have melasma from both my pregnancies, and I’ve been able to fade most of it, but I’ve come to notice that when I use certain sunscreens it starts coming back, and when I use other types of sunscreens, I can maintain my results. In today’s video I share what types of sunscreens and active ingredients are really working for me and what aren’t. Perhaps something for you to try too?

For more on today’s video about hyperpigmentation and melasma and what type of sunscreens can really protect your skin, check out my blog post that goes with this video:

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Oskia – Renaissance Cleansing Gel (the most effective product I have used to fade most of my melasma and hyperpigmentation):

Suntegrity – 5in1 Tinted Face Sunscreen SPF 30 (this is the best face sunscreen I have found, I love it!):

2 Face masks that brighten, fade dark spots, and exfoliate your skin beautifully, I highly recommend:

VERDURA naturalternatives – Fruit Complex Facial Mask (brightening, hydrating, and leaves your skin super soft):

UMA – Absolute Anti-Aging Face Mask (brightening, clarifying, and evens out your skin tone):

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Hyperpigmentation, How To Fade It & Prevent It Naturally:

Pregnancy Skin Problems (Tips For Breakouts, Acne, Melasma):

Anti-Aging In My 40s, What I’m Working On Now?

Epic Empties 2018 (Product I’ve Used Up):

Fade Acne Marks & Scars With Exfoliation (The Do’s & Don’ts)

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Skin Care:

Body Care:

Healthy Kitchen & Home:

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The CLEAR SKIN Diet Rules (video course):

The CLEAR SKIN Skincare Rules (video course):

Acne Causing Health Foods (video masterclass):

Telephone Coaching with Natasha:

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Comments (16)

  • Ashley Cox Reply

    This melasma has made me suicidal. Sunblock does nothing. It's winter and my melasma spread over night. I give up 🙁

    January 10, 2019 at 8:07 pm
  • Maharani Ara Reply

    can u review kiehl’s clearly corrective dark spot? is it great? thanksss

    January 10, 2019 at 8:07 pm
  • Ms Dee Reply

    Neutrogena dry touch ( I think that's correct) 100% SPF broad spectrum. 👍

    January 10, 2019 at 8:07 pm
  • Erika Hamilton Reply

    Thank you good video, about suncreens.

    January 10, 2019 at 8:07 pm
  • Dew San Reply

    i have melasma in my arm and my head?

    January 10, 2019 at 8:07 pm
  • Marcela Gonzalez Reply

    I thought you where going to show us the sunscreen you use and recommend ;(

    January 10, 2019 at 8:07 pm
  • KAC3 Reply

    Do you really need to use sunscreen every day if you don't have hyperpigmentation?

    January 10, 2019 at 8:07 pm
  • Jazzy Lovebugg Reply

    omg, you help me with pcos like 6 years ago. i watched your videos in college. I have literally been looking for your videos!!

    January 10, 2019 at 8:07 pm
  • Marie M. Reply

    Badger Balm, ThinkSport and Juice Beauty are all great non-toxic brands that offer 20% Zinc oxide sunscreens, which is the minimum percentage to look for. One thing many people don’t seem to know, is that you CAN’T put any kind of liquid makeup (all kinds of makeup that is not a powder) on top of a physical/mineral sunscreen, as you are completely diluting the SPF. You can apply powder makeup on top, but even then you need to be careful not to smudge the sunscreen off. Why brands, bloggers and people in general don’t know this and/or specify this, is really worrying; it’s doing a huge disservice to consumers who choose physical/mineral sunscreen, as they are not getting the protection they think. Physical/mineral sunscreen is clearly the healthiest and most environmentally friendly option, so there really needs to be more awareness about this!

    January 10, 2019 at 8:07 pm
  • Lily Singh Reply

    Hey can i use warm coconut oil mixed with few drops of tea tree oil on my scalp to treat dry flakes? Or should it be cold?

    January 10, 2019 at 8:07 pm
  • Leadmare.Libertad Reply

    Really appreciate the information! I use the juice beauty moisturizer with 30 spf and it has done wonders for my skin.

    January 10, 2019 at 8:07 pm
  • Green Beauty Project Adriana Reply

    I have melasma and about to step up my SPF game with the tinted Australian gold SPF 50 all mineral for every day use.
    I have used it for the pool and beach because it’s also water proof but it’s time to use it every day as the majority all mineral SPF in the market are 30 and really make me nervous

    January 10, 2019 at 8:07 pm
  • ummikalsoom7 Reply

    About sunscreens I would say they can't protect more than half an hour in direct sun light so now dermatologist has started to educate people to wear complete dresses ,sun glasses ,and try to cover the face in direct sun light .it will be100 time affective as compare to not going to waste money on this useless cosmetic item any more .

    January 10, 2019 at 8:07 pm
  • Shirley Itile Reply

    Hi Natasha… I was wondering what vitamin c products do you recommend and do you use any retinol, AHA or BHA products…if at all possible can you talk about them in a video… thanks!

    January 10, 2019 at 8:07 pm
  • Mark Pritchard Reply

    Mineral sunscreens offer good protection but they tend to make you look like a Casper the friendly ghost! Wooooooooo👻

    January 10, 2019 at 8:07 pm
  • Sherri Reply

    Thanks, going to check the ingredients on mine right now!

    January 10, 2019 at 8:07 pm

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