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Exfoliating once a week will do wonders for this, as it removes dead skin cells and reveals the fresh ones underneath. and by finding and using the correct foundation for your skin type will help with uneven skin tone. hope this helps xx
By double cleansing morning and evening everyday and then using a gentle exfoliator will help to lift the dead skin cells off the surface which will instantly give your skin a brighter and smoother texture also by using a good moisturiser will help with the overall achivement.
There are many options to create a more even skin tone. We have a range of products that would be suitable and also laser treatment that would give you a more dramatic result. We do offer a free consultation at The Lynton Clinic and we find that many people are more at ease when they have come to speak to us in person, find out what treatments are suitable and answer any questions. Please call 0161 491 1965 if you would like to book and we will be moe than happy to help.
Hi there- we have found by far the best results for this is glycolic. This tiny acid particle works, put very simply, by penetrating deeper into the skins layers than other acids can due to its size (and much deeper than any topical exfoliant), and then pushing the impurities which cause a dull and uneven surface, out. ArcelMed is the product we use in the salon, our glycolic peel facial being one of our biggest sellers. The results are usually visible within about 3 facials although a course of 8 is recommended, and there are products such as renewal serums you can buy to continue the resurfacing process at home. Hope that's of help- contact us if you'd like any more info, I don't want to waffle on too much!
1 - Every night when you cleanse, get a muslin cloth and soak it in hot water. Squeeze out the access water and hold the cloth over your face allowing the steam to loosen up the top layer of the dead skin cells. Take in 2 - 3 deep breaths and gently rub your skin with the cloth to remove your cleanser...repeat this 2 - 3 time (depending on how much make-up you have been wearing)
2 - whilst skin is still damp use a couple of drops of jojoba oil to help regulate the production of sebum in your skin, and then use your normal moisturiser on top.
If you don't notice any improvements after 10 days, then it could be other lifestyle factors such as diet or stress which could be causing the problem. Therefor treating the route of the skin problem can work better than any skin care product.
Hope this helps you,