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Uneven Skin Tone: Understanding Pigmentation & Treatment Options

Uneven Skin Tone: Understanding Pigmentation & Treatment Options

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Ever noticed darker patches on your skin compared to surrounding areas? This is pigmentation, a common yet harmless skin condition caused by melanin (skin pigment) overproduction.

What Causes Pigmentation?

Sun exposure is the leading culprit for most pigmentation concerns, including:

Melasma: This most common type appears as dark spots, usually on the face, neck, and arms. It’s more prevalent in women, especially during pregnancy due to hormonal changes, affecting over 50% during that time.

Vitiligo: This condition causes white patches due to melanin loss.

Solar Lentigines: These are also known as “age spots” and appear as small, brown patches on sun-exposed areas.

Treatment Options for Brighter Skin:

Professional treatments like Mesoestetic facial peels and Laser can be successful in addressing pigmentation concerns. However, a complete solution also includes a dedicated home skincare routine.

Environ’s innovative Vita-Botanical Mela-Fade Serum System contains a concentrated blend of vitamins and botanicals to assist in targeting and in improving the appearance of discolouration, leaving the skin looking more evenly toned and healthier. Benefits of Vita-Botanical Mela-Fade Serum System

Special ingredients have been selected to work in combination to assist in improving the appearance of uneven skin tone.

Leaves the skin looking fresh with a renewed radiance.

Helps to clarify the appearance of sun-damaged skin.

Intelligent ingredient combinations have been selected that work together to fade and reduce the appearance of pigmentation, uneven skin tone and dark spots.

This system works well alongside Intense C-Boost Mela Even Cream. So how does this work?

Environ C-Boost Mela-Even Cream works by targeting melanin production. Melanin is the pigment responsible for skin colour. When melanin production is uneven, it can lead to hyperpigmentation. The key ingredients in this cream work in the following ways:

Vitamin C Inhibition: Vitamin C can help inhibit the activity of tyrosinase, an enzyme involved in melanin production. This can help reduce the formation of hyperpigmentation.

Antioxidant Protection: Vitamin E scavenges free radicals, which can damage skin cells and contribute to hyperpigmentation.

Hydration Boost: Glycerin attracts and retains moisture in the skin, leading to a plumper and more even-toned appearance.

Things to Consider:

Gradual Introduction: Vitamin C can be irritating to some skin types. It’s crucial to introduce Environ C-Boost Mela-Even Cream gradually

Sun Protection is Essential: While the cream might offer some added protection, it’s not a substitute for sunscreen. Daily use of a broad-spectrum sunscreen is crucial to prevent further sun damage and hyperpigmentation.

Part of a Regimen: Environ recommends using this cream as part of your skincare routine that incorporates the Mela fade system

Contact us today for a personalised consultation and discover which treatment options and home care routine are best suited for your unique needs.

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