Bright Perfection - Cosmetic Treatment for Hyperpigmentation

Our BRIGHT PERFECTION skincare collection targets multiple forms of hyperpigmentation and reduces the appearance of discoloration with long-lasting results.


Hyperpigmentation causes

Hyperpigmentation: What causes skin discoloration?

Dark patches, melasma, uneven skin tone - everybody‘s skin is different and changes over time. While freckles or birthmarks typically appear on the skin at a young age, there are other forms of pigmentation that usually only manifest later in life. Aside from genetics, there are several different factors that can contribute to pigmentation disorders. The most common causes include sun exposure, hormonal changes (e.g. pregnancy), skin injuries or inflammation.

Hyperpigmentation is caused by a local overproduction of melanin. This dark brown to black pigment is responsible for giving skin its color. When melanin is overproduced in certain areas, it results in irregular skin coloration and dark spots, which many sufferers find to be ‘unsightly’ and a great source of insecurity. However, there are many effective in-office hyperpigmentation treatments offered by dermatologists and aestheticians, and a targeted skincare routine can help to reduce hyperpigmentation as well.

Our Key Ingredient to Treat Hyperpigmentation

These active ingredients help the skin to manage hyperpigmentation issues caused by UV rays, environmental pollution, skin aging or hormonal influences.

Marine Exopolysaccharides

With the help of two special amino acids, marine exopolysaccharides work to reduce hyperpigmentation caused by environmental pollution.

Low-Molecular Hyaluronic Acid

Low-molecular hyaluronic acid hydrates the skin and acts as a carrier for alpha-linolenic acid.

Alpha-Linolenic Acid

Alpha-linolenic acid inhibits melanin production even before hyperpigmentation appears.


Niacinamide gradually brightens dark spots, age spots and acne marks (post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation).

The active ingredients are combined with marine minerals and our unique Celumer Marine Extract, allowing a deeper absorption into the skin layers. 


Studies and Test Results

Studies have shown visible results in reducing hyperpigmentation after just two weeks.

Up to 38% fewer dark spots

After 2 weeks

6% - 38% Reduction of pigmentation spots*

Up to 57% fewer dark spots

After 4 weeks

13% - 57% reduction of pigmentation spots*

Up to 67% fewer dark spots

After 12 weeks

20% - 67% reduction of pigmentation spots*

Skincare Products for Hyperpigmentation

Our BRIGHT PERFECTION products address the cause of hyperpigmentation, prevent new dark spots from forming and, over time, lighten existing dark spots and smooth the transition between hyperpigmented skin and lighter areas.

Anti-Dark Spot SPF 50 Moisturizer

Protective Day Cream SPF 50

Prevent sun-induced pigment spots

  • Contains highly effective UV filters (UVA+UVB)
  • Visibly fades existing dark spots
  • Helps repair damaged skin
  • Smooths skin and makes it more resilient

Apply a walnut-sized amount to face, neck and décolleté in the morning. You can also wear it under your make-up.


Smoothing night cream for hyperpigmentation

Night Repair Cream

Balances your skin tone while you sleep

  • Reduces hyperpigmentation
  • Smooths wrinkles
  • Highly nourishing formula
  • Anti-aging effect

Apply a hazelnut-sized amount to face, neck and décolleté in the evening after the serum.


Serum for Dark Spots

Dark Spot Correcting Serum

Anti-aging all-rounder for a flawless and even-toned complexion

  • Balances skin pigmentation, melasma and post-acne marks
  • Hydrates skin
  • Plumps fine lines and wrinkles
  • Easily incorporated into any skincare routine

Apply a pea-sized amount to face, neck and décolleté in the morning and evening before your face cream.


Pro Tips: Dark Spot Treatments

Hyperpigmentation treatment

Sun protection with a high SPF is not just important to protect the skin from premature aging, it also prevents dark sun spots from forming. Our BRIGHT PERFECTION day cream contains a blend of highly effective UV filters to protect your face from the sun. However, discoloration due to sun damage can also occur on your hands or other parts of the body. That is why you should generally avoid excessive sun exposure, not least to reduce the risk of skin cancer as well.

Chemical peels with AHAs, such as glycolic acid, exfoliate hyperpigmented dead skin cells from the top layer of the skin to reveal a fresher and brighter complexion. They also stimulate collagen production, and accelerate cell turnover. Some AHA peels can easily be performed at home, but you could also book a treatment at your local aesthetician’s office to get a peel with a higher concentration of AHAs. After a chemical peel, your skin is more sensitive to the sun, so make sure to wear sunscreen every day.

Pigmentation tends to not just affect the face – your hands are exposed to pollution and harmful UV rays as well. That is why they are often very prone to discoloration and age spots. We recommend using a special hand cream with niacinamide or other whitening ingredients that can fade dark spots over time. Tip: It is advisable to use sunscreen for your hands as well.

Pigmentation spots can be improved by using targeted skincare products, but they cannot be removed instantly. There are, however, a number of cosmetic and medical treatment options available to achieve quicker results. Laser treatments are a popular option for anyone dealing with unwanted pigmentation, as well as microdermabrasion and Marine Facial treatments.

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