Uneven Skin Tone & Texture
Uneven skin texture is a common result of excess dead skin cells built up on the surface of the skin, causing skin to be coarse, rough and dry.
- Sun damage
- Dry skin, especially during the winter months
- Poor skin routine
- Hormonal changes
- The environment also plays a key role in skin texture, dirt, chemicals, pollution can strip the skin of its natural collagen and elasticity, causing it to appear rough.
- Hydrate yourself and drink lots of water
- Generously moisturise
- Practice sun safety and wear broad-spectrum sunscreen daily
- Apply Vitamin C
- Exfoliate your skin once a week
HOW WE CAN HELP
We have a range of treatments to help with uneven skin tone and texture, such as the following:
- Microdermabrasion and thermal laser to remove dead skin cells, deeply cleans and exfoliate for smoother, healthier skin.
- Microneedling improves texture, reduces fine lines and scarring by stimulating collagen production. Small needles penetrate the skin, triggering the body’s natural healing response resulting in collagen production which is stronger, and firmer.
- Chemical peels helps to exfoliate the skin by removing the dead skin cells to reveal an intensely renewed and overall smoother, younger-looking complexion.
- Hollywood Carbon Peel helps to improve uneven skin tone and texture, shrink pores and gently exfoliate the dead skin cells. You will be left with smoother and more radiant skin
- Facials: Skin brightening facials are a popular way to flood the skin with nutrients and hydration, which can help to temporarily even out the skin tone while improving its texture, among other benefits.
- Use products that contain acids like glycolic or salicylic acid help remove dead cells from the surface of the skin and in turn, strengthen skin’s foundation. Consult with your Savant specialist on which products are best suited for you.
We recommend having a consultation prior to the treatment, where our experts will assess the areas you wish to treat and generate a bespoke treatment plan for you.