SKIN DAMAGE & PIGMENTATION
UNEVEN SKIN TONE
An uneven skin tone refers to the colour of your skin which can sometimes look uneven or irregular, with some patches appearing lighter or darker than others.
Your skin contains a pigment called melanin, which determines the colour of your skin, hair and eyes. People with darker skin types have more melanin. Imbalances and disorders of the skin result in uneven colouration and ‘blotches’.
When skin cells become damaged or unhealthy, extra melanin is produced to help protect your skin causing darker patches (Hyperpigmentation). Alternatively, if the cells which produce pigment become damaged, no melanin with be produced creating a white patch (Hypopigmentation).
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