uneven skin tone
Research indicates that an uneven skin tone contributes to the appearance of skin ageing as much as a wrinkle. This causes skin whitening to be as much at the forefront of skin health research as ingredients for skin ageing, reflected in the amount of products promoting skin whitening, even skin tone and brighter, more luminous skin.
Those looking to brighten skin often run into two different and disappointing scenarios: the products don’t deliver results as promised or skin health suffers at the cost of whitening results. Treating hyperpigmentation without regard for skin health can lead to sensitivity, irritation, photodamage, exposure to potentially dangerous agents and premature ageing.
Uneven skin tone, or hyperpigmentation, is characterised by patches or flecks of darkened skin. It can appear in all areas of the face.
what are age spots?
Scientifically referred to as hyperpigmentation, age spots (or brown spots) are deposits on the skin caused by an overproduction of melanin. Melanin is what gives colour to our hair and skin. While melanin is genitically determined, it can be heavily influenced by UV light or hormones.
What's my regimen?
Below we’ve customised your regimen to focus on brightening, evening skin tone and shielding skin against further damage. For your most in-depth analysis, customised product regimen and professional treatment recommendation, visit a Dermalogica professional skin therapist in your area.
- tri-active cleanse
- pure light SPF 30
- c12 concentrate
- pure night
- total eye care SPF15