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Hyper Skin: About, Dark Spots, Glow AHA Mask, And More

Hyper Skin: About, Dark Spots, Glow AHA Mask, And More


Hyper skin, also known as skin rashes, can occur from various factors, including infections, heat, allergens, immune system disorders, and medications. Atopic dermatitis is one of the casual skin disorders that leads to rash. An ongoing rash causes the skin to change, thicken, itchy, and dry. The condition on brown and Black Skin may also cause small bumps around hair follicles that look like goosebumps.

Dark Spots

Dark Spots

Although I often shelter my face with bold blush and a palette of colorful eyeshadow, I wouldn’t say I like foundation. It’s just never felt on my oily, acne-prone skin. So, over the earlier year, I’ve developes a meticulous skincare routine to finally feel comfortable with my skin tone and never wear foundation.

My product line is packes with ingredients that I know my skin needs for maximum clarity: niacinamide, sea buckthorn, salicylic acid, vitamin E, and alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) – to name a few. So when the Hyper Skin Even Fade away and Glow AHA Mask was launches recently with an ingredient list including everything.

This dreamy brightening mask has a lot going for it. First, it’s the sequel to beauty brand Black Hyper Skin’s belove debut product, Hyper Brightening Vitamin C Serum for Dark Spots. For those unfamiliar, this is one of the best vitamin C serums in the game, but honestly, I’m a bigger fan of the mask than the serum.

 Glow AHA Mask

When you squirt the mask from the pump tube, you’ll notice that its creamy gel formula is fragrance-free and has a gorgeous cream tint. Its coloring is natural thanks to antibacterial turmeric and sea buckthorn oil which strengthens the skin.

Once you’ve rubbing  a few pumps of the mask into your face, it quickly begins to melt into your pores, and a mixture of chemical exfoliants works together to remove them and slough off dead skin cells on your skin’s surface. However, unlike numerous acid-pack masks, the Hyper Skin Even Fade and Glow AHA Mask don’t sting or freak out even my sensitive, reactive skin. I can thank the blend of a mild AHA and dynamic anti-inflammatories –aloe, niacinamide, and vitamin E – for that. Luckily, ferments  papaya extract is also on the ingredient list. Not only does it support the skin’s microbiome and moisture barrier through its fermentation,

Refresh Skin

Trust me when I say this mask delivers effects with just one use. (Hyper’s highly sought-after Vitamin C Serum, on the other hand, can take weeks of regular use before the skin starts to look more glassy, which is worth it for this type of product. I love instant gratification, though.) Sure, the brightening treatment complements the rest of my skincare routine, but sometimes my complexion needs a little extra help, especially when I’ve been awake. One night too late or that I’m about to develop my period.

Every night I get the Hyper Skin Even Fade and Glow AHA Mask for help. I swear I awaken up with a smoother, brighter complexion than usual. It is like a jumper for your skin. A beautician recently told me that my skin texture is immaculate, so I know the mask works.

Recently, my skin was criticized for a bunch of cystic pimples, so will testing  the mask to see how well it clears up the breakouts. The following day, the sore trouble spots were amazingly flattened, and my skin was much happier.


It is one of the most effective acids for darker skin tones because it doesn’t interact with melanin to worsen hyperpigmentation. Or create new dark spots. Instead, its large particle size slowly penetrates the skin to gently work its magic to diminish discoloration.

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