Uneven Skin Tone

Typically caused by hyperpigmentation, uneven skin tone refers to the irregular darkening of the skin. This occurs as a result of your body overproducing melanin. This is the pigment that is responsible for the colour of your skin and your hair. This overproduction can give the impression of premature ageing.

Uneven skin tone on the face is actually rather common. Most people have some degree of uneven skin tone on their face, usually appearing as darker skin around the mouth and cheeks thanks to the sun. However, medical conditions and dry, scaly skin can also trigger uneven skin tone on the face. 

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Coppergate Clinic offers a range of treatments and topical products that can help to reduce the appearance of uneven skin tone, including Obagi Medical Facials, Medical Microneedling and Fractional Skin Resurfacing to name but a few. 

To find out how we can support your skin needs, contact one of our friendly experts who will be delighted to discuss the range of treatments available for your condition. 

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