Nonpareil Skincare

Selene Cream

Our premiere luxury skin care product, Selene Cream, may help to reduce hyperpigmentation including redness of the skin as well as aid in diminishing other skin imperfections.

DIRECTIONS: Apply to clean skin twice daily. Avoid direct contact with eyes.

  • Patent-pending Formulation.

  • Safety Tested. 

Active ingredients have been shown to mitigate underlying causes of hyperpigmentation including tyrosinase activity, melanogenesis, melanin transfer to keratinocytes, and dysbiosis

  • N-acetyl glucosamine, a precursor of hyaluronic acid, inhibits tyrosinase activity

  • Niacinamide (Vitamin B3), inhibits melanosome transfer to the skin

  • Sclareolide and resveratrol, both plant metabolites, exhibits broad antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and skin-lightening properties.

  • Glycerol monolaurate, a plant-derived antimicrobial, addresses skin dysbiosis 

  • Plant-derived terpenes provide additional anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, and antioxidant activities

  • Apricot kernel oil containing Vitamin A and Vitamin E may help in diminishing the appearance of hyperpigmentation associated with age spots and melasma

For external use only. Discontinue use immediately if rash, irritation, or discomfort develops. Do not use if pregnant or breast-feeding. Keep out of reach of children.

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Understanding Common Skin Conditions: Hyperpigmentation


Hyperpigmentation refers to areas of skin that become darker than the surrounding skin. It's caused by an excess production of melanin, the pigment responsible for skin color.

  • Common Causes:
  1. Sun Exposure: UV radiation stimulates melanin production.
  2. Inflammation: Can follow an injury or skin conditions like acne.
  3. Hormonal Changes: Especially in women, conditions like melasma are influenced by pregnancy or birth control.
  4. Certain Medications: Such as chemotherapy drugs, can cause hyperpigmentation.
  5. Medical Conditions: Like Addison's disease, can affect melanin production.
  • Types:
  1. Melasma: Often hormonal, appears as large patches, typically on the face.
  2. Sunspots (Age Spots): Small, darkened patches on sun-exposed areas.
  3. Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation: Dark spots that occur after an inflammatory skin condition.
  • Diagnosis: Generally diagnosed through physical examination; sometimes a skin biopsy is necessary.

  • Prevention: Includes using sunscreen, wearing protective clothing, and avoiding direct sun exposure.

Hyperpigmentation is typically a cosmetic concern rather than a medical problem, but it's important to consult a healthcare provider for a proper diagnosis and treatment plan.

Remember, these are general descriptions and individual experiences with these skin conditions can vary. It's important to consult a healthcare professional for an accurate diagnosis and personalized treatment plan.


Ingredients: Niacinamide, N-acetyl glucosamine, glycerol monolaurate, sclareolide, resveratrol, a-terpineol, bergamot in a water-based cream.

Nonpareil Skincare is Different
Nonpareil skincare draws from the critical role of the skin microbiome in well-being, influencing skin's barrier, immune response, and protection against pathogens. Dysbiosis, or imbalance, can lead to conditions like acne, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, fungal infections, and even melanoma, impacting the body's largest organ's health. Nonpareil's products aim to help rectify dysbiosis and enhance skin health.
Dr. Cindy O., Ph.D Founder

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