Hyperpigmentation is a significant issue for most people as they age, but when it comes to preventing or minimizing it, wearing sunblock when you're out on the beach isn't a cure-all. In fact, according to Belle Visage's Tina Keshishian, a celebrity facialist who works with Kirsten Dunst, many people are consistently exposing themselves to damaging rays without even realizing it. Tina says that the person most likely to get hyperpigmentation is typically someone who is driving in a car without sunblock. "Sun worshipers today wear sunblock; it's the ones who think they're not getting sun that get discolored." To find out how to prevent and treat this type of damage, keep reading.