Ask your doctor about a Melanocyte stimulating hormone. Melanocyte is a known aid in skin pigmentation, doctors can now prescribe a hormone that can boost your melanocyte levels.
Ask your doctor about PUVA and MSH. These two prescriptions are known to produce melanocytes, which help with skin pigmentation. Ask your doctor before using either of these products.
Drink 8 glasses of water daily. Drink 8 glasses of water per day and you will begin to notice a significant difference in your skin in a short period of time. It also helps with skin pigmentation.
Reduce your sugar or simple carbohydrate intake. Sugar and carbohydrates make it difficult for your body to absorb essential vitamins the skin needs.
Higher intakes of antioxidant vitamin and fresh fruits and vegetables, and lower intakes of saturated fats and simple carbohydrates are associated with better skin-aging appearance.
Use a high sunscreen with a high SPF. People with skin pigmentation issues must gradually build up a tan. You have to tan differently than everyone else, which means less sunlight and a higher SPF. It may take a while to build your tan, but it will last longer.
Use a natural moisturizer. Some moisturizer have ingredients that may aggravate skin and cause peeling. You can’t go wrong with a high quality natural moisturizer.