Alimentos específicos para una piel con manchas:  Hiperpigmentación en la piel

Specific foods for skin with spots: Hyperpigmentation on the skin

A diet deficient in essential nutrients or unbalanced can be the origin of diseases.


I enclose these diagrams where we can see that the lack of vitamins, proteins and carbohydrates, fatty acids, minerals can cause from generalized chronic diseases and specific skin diseases.

And NOT only that, for example, a diet rich in hot spices or very hot meals can activate Rosacea. A diet rich in Gluten psoriasis, a large consumption of refined sugars Herpes...

As I always say, negative emotions are Boosters that activate these diseases, along with an unbalanced diet.

So keep reading…


For me it is not tell me what you eat and I will tell you who you are…. But tell me what you eat and what you think and I'll tell you who you are.

Hyperpigmentation can be a sign of vitamin B12 deficiency, this essential vitamin is key because it participates in many physiological processes, keeps neurons and blood cells healthy, and contributes to the production of DNA, our genetic material.


It is found in foods of animal origin, fish, meat, poultry, eggs, milk and dairy products. It is rarely in plant foods.
Beware of vegetarian diets!!!,


I am of the opinion that we should eat everything, but in its proper measure. Although a whim from time to time I consider it just as healthy.

To treat hyperpigmentation you should take vitamin C, E and antioxidants, such as ellagic acid and grape seed extract, resveratrol. These substances are found in citrus fruits, tomatoes, pomegranates and grapes.

The sun's rays activate melanin, the natural pigment of our skin and hair, which gives us our characteristic color, protects us from the sun's rays. The sun's rays are good for the synthesis of Vitamin D, but not in excess, so an excess of direct sun or a hormonal imbalance (pregnancy, menopause...) can alter the formation of melanin, causing the characteristic spots to appear.

We have to apply sunscreen mainly in summer, prevent direct sun on our face or where we have the spots if we want to prevent their activation.


At the topical level you need depigmenting active ingredients:

  • Glycolic, lactic, citric acid, vitamin C, Retinol, …

My advice Health-Beauty, Beautylife:


  • Every night combine the GLICOLPEEL DTOX solution and ANTIOX REVITAL PREMIUM.
  • In the mornings ONEDERFUL or Instant Repair, with a cream with sun protection or make-up after the booster.

These foods can help protect the skin from the sun's rays, they are rich in antioxidants:

Berries, grapefruit, pineapples, plums, Brussels and white sprouts, chili, spinach and millet.


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