Different factors, including excessive sun exposure, can cause uneven skin tone and texture. But you don’t have to keep covering your skin or missing out on the fun.
At Muto Beauty, we customize solutions to prevent, reduce, and treat these common skin concerns.
Uneven skin tone and texture isn't necessarily a disorder that requires urgent treatment. But it can make you feel concerned about your appearance.
Melanocytes are the cells responsible for the darkening pigment in the skin and hair, called melanin.
Dark circles around the eyes, black spots, and facial redness are ways uneven skin tone and texture manifest. Some wait to see if their skin tone will improve over time, while others try home products.
The first step is to identify the underlying cause of the discolouration or uneven texture.
Uneven skin texture can be rough to the touch. Several factors can lead to bumpy, reddish, flaky skin, similar to uneven skin colour. You may notice a change in texture in areas where acne marks or enlarged pores are.
The skin has a way of restoring the volume in the skin so it looks full and radiant again. But over time, this process slows down. Aging is one reason. The body can no longer catch up with how fast skin changes occur.
Daily exfoliation and proper hydration are crucial in renewing the skin’s condition. While genetics are out of your control, there are things you govern such as your lifestyle, diet, and treatment choices.
Ultherapy is a famous anti-aging technology that uses ultrasound energy to rejuvenate the skin.
It safely heats deep layers of the skin and stimulates collagen production. The result is tighter skin with an improved tone and texture.
Thermage is another age-defying aesthetic treatment that helps even the skin tone. It uses cutting-edge radiofrequency technology to enhance skin texture.
It also works for all types of skin and colour. It’s subtle but delivers amazing improvements in target areas. You see visible results almost instantly and enjoy them for several months up to two years.
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