Q: What is uneven skin tone?
Uneven skin tone occurs when the skin produces too much melanin, which is the pigment naturally found in skin that gives skin its color. All skin tones, types, and ages can experience skin discoloration, appearing as small spots or larger dark patches that lead to uneven skin tone.
Q: What causes uneven skin tone?
Increased melanin synthesis caused by prolonged exposure to sun rays. A compromised skin barrier caused by lack of hydration. Hyperpigmentation, stress, atmospheric pollution, aging and dehydration may contribute to an uneven skin tone as well.
Q: Is ageing also one of the reasons for uneven skin tone?
Skin ageing occurs due to the slowing down of the cell renewal process and a lag in the regeneration of collagen (the protein responsible for keeping the skin firm). With time, ageing shows on the skin in the form of pigmentation, uneven skin tone, wrinkles and fine lines amongst others.
Q: What product is advisable for uneven skin tone?
The Dermafique Tone Perfecting Bio Cellulose Face Masque helps reduce your skin concern of uneven skin tone and hydrates your skin. It is made with biodegradable bio cellulose fibers, derived from 100% natural coconut water using patented technology. It has Vitamin B3, well known to help in reducing hyperpigmentation and providing even skin tone. Contains Hyaluronic acid, known to have a unique water retention capacity, and is a hydrator for skin. Infused with plant extracts like Chamomile flower, Grapefruit seed, Bamboo stem, Pine and Aloe leaf extracts.
Q: How to overcome uneven skin tone?
Products that contain active ingredients like Vitamin B3, which helps brighten skin and fade spots. Skin solutions that contain plant extracts that hydrate your skin and can help reduce uneven skin tone. Uneven skin tone can be corrected by using good sunscreen, anti-ageing moisturizer, serum, and products rich in Vitamin B3- such as face masks etc.
Hormonal imbalances can contribute to uneven skin tone.
To combat uneven skin tone:
- Make lifestyle changes, such as ensuring a healthy diet and adequate hydration
- Limit your daily sun exposure and use sunscreen regularly
Visit a dermatologist / Gynecologist if you also have irregular periods or accompanying hair loss.