How to Even Out Skin Tone?

Sometimes, it may be a dream for our skin to look smooth, clear and even when exposed to dark spots, redness, acne scarring, fine lines or sun damage. However, it may be possible to equalize skin tone and make it look smooth with small changes such as having a good skin care routine, reviewing water consumption and nutrition plan, and controlling the products used.

What causes uneven skin tone?

Skin discoloration is the term used for multiple types of skin discoloration caused by sunspots, aging, acne, or post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. It can also indicate uneven skin texture, such as accumulated dead skin cells, fine lines, or blemishes. Both uneven tone and skin texture can indicate a decline in skin health. Damage caused by a variety of factors, including UV rays, pollution, and even the medications you take, can cause uneven skin tone. There are many reasons behind facial color inequality. The causes of skin discoloration are as follows:
Sun Exposure: Sun damage occurs when your skin is repeatedly exposed to UV rays. Brown or dark spots and uneven skin tone develop as a result of excess melanin production to help protect your skin from UV rays.
Pollution: Particles and gases from air pollution can penetrate the skin and cause dark spots, especially on the face. In order to equalize skin color, skin cleansing must be done well.
Hormones: Melasma is hormone-related hyperpigmentation and increased melanin production caused by increased hormone stimulation. It is most commonly seen by pregnant women (hence the name “pregnancy mask”) or those taking birth control pills, but it can also occur as a reaction to skin care, makeup, or medications.
Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation: Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation is a darkening of the skin due to scars that may be caused by acne lesions or skin injury.