Our 24kt Gold facial scrub was formulated for all skin types in mind. We wanted to make a safe, organic facial scrub that anyone could feel confident exfoliating with, and see results. We were not surprised at all that our customers were sharing positive feedback on how our 24kt was improving their skin, but we were surprised to hear the different types of results people were getting. Not only was our 24kt Gold facial scrub given people smooth, clear skin, it was also helping many with their hyperpigmentation spots when combined with the whitening toner and serum.  This was news to us! We had no idea the power of gold could improve and even skin tone!

So how are they doing it?

One of customers shared their skin care routine with us to share with you:

Step 1: Apply a small amount of 24K gold scrub and work it around the hyperpigmentation spots with your fingers for about 3 min.

Step 2: Rinse off, then apply a small amount of whitening serum work into the spot until skin feels dry.

Step 3: Apply your Divine Skin Creations Absolute Serum.

This routine can be applied morning or evenings three times a week for four weeks. Then, once a week thereafter.


What is Hyperpigmentation?

Hyperpigmentation is a common, usually harmless condition in which patches of skin become darker in color than the normal surrounding skin. This darkening occurs when an excess of melanin, the brown pigment that produces normal skin color, forms deposits in the skin. Hyperpigmentation can affect the skin color of people of any race.  

The combination of gold, organic pure minerals and essentials oils found in our toners and serums, reduces the hyperpigmentation and gives a healthy, even toned glow. Like most skin care routines, this may not work for everyone. Because hyperpigmentation can be caused by a variety of reasons, there are a variety of different ways to treat it. But, it has shown proven results for some, and if you are looking for an organic, all natural approach to reducing hyperpigmentation, we recommend trying this to start.