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Uneven Skin Tone

What is Uneven Skin Tone?

Uneven skin tone, known scientifically as hyperpigmentation, occurs mainly due to an overproduction of melanin. The skin appears dark and patchy in some areas and light in the other areas. These melanin spots range in size, shape, colour and can make the person look older. Although prevention is better, if pigmentation is due to UV damage, however if you still have hyperpigmentation, a choice of treatments is available.

Dermacore Uneven Skin tone Telford IPL, Micrpneedling, Microdermabrasion, Led Light therapy, Chemical Peel
Dermacore Uneven Skin tone Telford IPL, Micrpneedling, Microdermabrasion, Led Light therapy, Chemical Peel

What causes Uneven Skin Tone?

Most common causes are

  • UV Exposure
  • Dry Skin
  • Hormonal imbalance

What treatments are available for Uneven Skin Tone?

At Dermacore, we offer a broad range of treatments for Uneven Skin Tone that are non-invasive and highly effective. Book a free consultation to discuss your skin concerns with our skin specialist and develop a plan for a clearer, radiant and youthful skin.

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