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How to avoid having uneven skin tone

December 14, 2020 0Beauty & skin health

Have you ever been bothered by the darkening of your skin tone after one beach holiday getaway? Or get frustrated when you notice some unexplained patches of your skin that are darker than the other parts of your body?

Dull skin, pigmentation, dark spots, uneven skin tone are challenges for a glowing skin. Darkening of the skin makes you look older and tired.

Uneven skin tone can be temporary or permanent, and may result from sun exposure, ageing, hormonal changes or scarring. Too much of sun exposure causes excess melanin production. The harmful UV light damages the skin and causes brown spots and uneven skin tone. Hormonal changes also often cause hyperpigmentation in the body andthis may occur during pregnancy, stress or ageing. Acne lesions or skin injury can cause scarring of the skin resulting in uneven skin tone.

We can adopt a few beneficial habits in our daily routine to achieve a healthy-looking glowing skin, such as:

  • Put on sunscreen
  • Drink enough water every day
  • Shield ourselves under the sun
  • Consume plenty of fruits and vegetables. Nutrients in fruits and vegetables such as Vitamin E, Vitamin C, antioxidants and flavonoids are beneficial to skin health

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A high strength 500mg L‑Glutathione, keeps our skin glowing and radiant

Active form of Vitamin E & Selenium for continuous antioxidant protection

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How to avoid having uneven skin tone

Have you ever been bothered by the darkening of your skin tone after one beach holiday getaway? Or get frustrated when you notice some unexplained patches of your skin that are darker than the other parts of your body?

Dull skin, pigmentation, dark spots, uneven skin tone are challenges for a glowing skin. Darkening of the skin makes you look older and tired.

Uneven skin tone can be temporary or permanent, and may result from sun exposure, ageing, hormonal changes or scarring. Too much of sun exposure causes excess melanin production. The harmful UV light damages the skin and causes brown spots and uneven skin tone. Hormonal changes also often cause hyperpigmentation in the body andthis may occur during pregnancy, stress or ageing. Acne lesions or skin injury can cause scarring of the skin resulting in uneven skin tone.

We can adopt a few beneficial habits in our daily routine to achieve a healthy-looking glowing skin, such as:

  • Put on sunscreen
  • Drink enough water every day
  • Shield ourselves under the sun
  • Consume plenty of fruits and vegetables. Nutrients in fruits and vegetables such as Vitamin E, Vitamin C, antioxidants and flavonoids are beneficial to skin health

Products you might be interested in

Products you might be interested in

A high strength 500mg L‑Glutathione, keeps our skin glowing and radiant

Active form of Vitamin E & Selenium for continuous antioxidant protection

Related Articles

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