As hyperpigmentation (whether its dark spots, sun spots, melasma, or other) is typically related to the overproduction of melanin and primarily caused by sun exposure, helping to support the growth of new healthy skin is a great way to reduce its effects. Healthy skin growth always starts at the deeper layers of the skin (dermis and below) and RxESCUESKIN specifically targets supporting dermal fibroblasts which not only support the structure of the skin including collagen production but are the principal cells that respond when the skin is traumatized or damaged.
The growth of new healthy skin also has the added effect of not possessing the overproduction of melanocytes and melanin, replacing those cells instead with more typical keratinocytes.
Traditionally hyperpigmentation is treated by brightening the visible layers of the skin where the hyperpigmentation has occurred. That only serves to in effect “color in” the top cells and doesn’t deal with the greater issue which is excess melanocyte production. Which is also one of the reasons why the age spot keeps reappearing.
Larger pores are caused by a variety of factors, but the most typical are genetics and age. In the case of age as the skin loses its elasticity (dermal fibroblasts and collagen), the skin begins to sag and pores look larger. By supporting the structure of your skin, elasticity improves and pore size can become smaller.
Our reviews indicate many users have had success with both of your challenges. We hope this helps. We’ve also attached a quick visual to better help you to understand how dark spots form.