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Uneven Skin Tone

Updated on July 17, 2011

Everyone wants a skin tone that is fresh and young looking so if ever you’re exposed to long term acne and abrasions chances are your dream is crumbling into a facial nightmare. The good news it is treatable and it is preventable at the same time and by resorting to natural techniques uneven skin tone will be a thing of the past. You have to know that various combinations of factors result in uneven skin tone, it may be due to a certain illness, erratic lifestyle or over exposure to sunlight that may alter your skin appearance. Nonetheless treating it with natural techniques are more gratifying and less expensive with a number home remedies that are available.

The main thing to focus right now is to balance out uneven skin color with flair and scouring the kitchen cupboard may unearth the solution.

Baking soda, the right amount can be used as a skin scrub that eliminates dead skin cells. It is natural and effective as an exfoliating agent and mixing baking soda with water paste twice a day should do the trick. Another thing to do is turning a healthy routine into a habit, the routine of regularly moisturizing and cleansing your skin. It is a sure fire way to treat skin discolorations and keeps the skin hydrated at all times. By this routine turning into a habit you are sure to eliminate hyper pigmentation and acne marks. Vitamin C is a great source for toning and to get vitamin c is to look for natural sources like lemon, application will not help to facilitate and repair uneven skin tone but rapidly stimulates cell regeneration with ease.

After taking various applications you have to resort to a little will power to follow a strict regimen in a healthy lifestyle. That means quit smoking, have enough rest and sleep, regular workouts in the gym, the right kinds of nutrients etc.

All the things that lead to a healthy regimen means you are taking your whole body in consideration. Apart from the aforementioned remedies you can procure various creams and lotions in the market that can treat all kinds of problems related to the skin. But remember to check with a specialist before trying out all sorts of these products. To put a little bit responsibility on yourself, have the ingredients check out before applying anything to your skin. Harmful ingredients include; mercury, steroids and hydroquinone. It can be a natural-based application called meladerm, definitely a big help in treating the skin. The natural ingredients would also include; Alpha-Arbutin, lemon juice extract, Kojic-Acid and licorice extract. For meladerm experts say it is the number one choice in treating hyper pigmentation and freckles apart from uneven skin tone.


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    • Akuma23 profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago

      Hi Craan,

      please report on how it went :)

      Looking forward to your reply and hope it helped.

      Sincerely, Akuma23

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      Sheila Craan 

      8 years ago from Florida

      Good informative hub Akuma! I'll have to try the baking soda facial scrub.


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