Uneven skin tone basically means hyper pigmentation, there's actually nothing like uneven skin tone it's just a term we all use to describe the many spots on your faces.
If you spend too much time in the sun, have dry skin or suffering from hormonal fluctuations then you're at high risk of having spots on your face.
So how do you treat such skin?
1. Choose products with your skin type in mind
Choose products with your skin type in mind. Although your goal is to treat discoloration, you might add acne or dry flakes to your list of problems by using the wrong products. If you’re not sure which formulas best suit your complexion, we have a variety of products from both Garnier and Dr Organics that are best suited for different skin types. Feel free to ask us what your skin type is and we will recommend something.
2. Exfoliation is a critical step in managing uneven skin tones
You first need to slough off the dead, dull skin cells at the surface. Find an exfoliant suitable for your skin type, and use it twice a week to lighten hyper pigmentation and erase away dark spots.
3. Get a facial
Facials can be an incredibly effective way to repair discoloration in a short amount of time. Either receive a professional-grade facial from either a dermatologist or esthetician, or for those on a budget, perform facials on yourself at home.
4. Cleanse and moisturize daily
Always cleanse and never forget to moisturize daily. Most experts recommend doing these critical skincare steps twice a day – once in the morning and once at night.
5. Eat clean diet
Additionally, aim to incorporate more foods into your diet that have been proven to improve the quality of your skin, such as lemons, green vegetables and other citrus fruits.