Uneven Skin Tone

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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There is no such thing as a perfectly even skin tone, and everyone will have some variation across their face. However, some people can be affected by uneven skin tone more than others, and sometimes it can lead to lowered self-esteem and a drop in confidence.

Uneven skin tone can present itself as blotchy patches on the face and neck, often known as hyperpigmentation. Many men and women suffer from rosy cheeks, red noses and shaded hairlines. While a perfectly even skin tone is impossible, there are ways of creating a more harmonious and balanced complexion.

Hyperpigmentation and an uneven skin tone can be caused by a range of different factors, including sun damage, ageing and hormones. An increase in melatonin from overexposure to the sun can result in dark patches on the skin, and hormones can also play a part in skin discolouration.

Uneven Skin Tone Treatments At Hans Place Practice

Here at Hans Place Practice, we understand how an uneven skin tone can impact self-confidence. We usually recommend Obagi as a treatment option for helping the appearance of an uneven skin tone and advise anyone suffering from hyperpigmentation to book in for a skincare assessment and consultation.

Obagi

Obagi Medical Products have been developed and clinically proven to help improve the penetration of prescription and cosmetic agents into the skin. This system can minimise the appearance of an uneven skin tone by encouraging the product to delve deep into the skin’s barrier.

A specific programme can be created by our expert team at Hans Place Practice to suit every skin type and unique needs to help with uneven skin tone. Obagi can only be obtained from cosmetic doctors and dermatologists because of the prescription-strength formulas used.

Find out more about Obagi here.