An uneven skin tone is a term we use in aesthetics to describe irregularities in the colouring of the skin. There are different forms of skin discolouration that can appear on the face and body, including: hyperpigmentation, hypopigmentation, melasma, port wine stains, birthmarks, freckles, discolouration with scarring (commonly acne scarring), sun damage and age spots / sun spots. Most of these conditions cause areas of the skin to darken on colour (with hypopigmentation causing lighter patches) which can lead to a person feeling unhappy with their appearance.
Textured skin often feels rough to the touch, and in some cases the skin can develop a bumpy surface (sometimes referred to as chicken skin). In other cases the surface of the skin is dimpled or has small indentations, such as when a person is affected by concerns including: stretch marks, scarring / acne scars and cellulite
The cause of an uneven skin tone is often down to the amount of pigment that is produced by the skin (melanin). A range of factors can result in this imbalance, including: sun exposure without adequate protection, environmental pollutants, skin inflammation, genetics and hormonal activity, all of which will control whether too much or too little melanin is produced.
With textured skin, the causes can be similar and may be brought on by considerations such as: ageing, lifestyle, environmental conditions, injury to the skin or genetics.
By attending a thorough skin consultation at The Facebible we can assess the quality and condition of the skin on both the face (using skin visia analysis) and body to determine the best course of action. Depending on the specific concern we can explore the benefits of a range of treatments, including: medical grade skincare, dermal fillers, stretch mark treatment, skin resurfacing, laser for pigmentation, clearvein, skinpen microneedling, clearskin or a chemical peel.
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