You may have your skincare routine down to an art and know what works best for you. Maybe you’re also familiar with what products to turn to when faced with cold sores, wrinkles or breakouts, but how do you address uneven skin texture? In this blog, we’ll look at what it is and what causes it, as well as an ideal solution to address this common concern.
Are Uneven Skin Tone And Uneven Skin Texture The Same?
It’s handy to know the difference between uneven skin tone and uneven skin texture, as they are often confused as both terms are often used interchangeably. Knowing the difference will help you to identify your specific concern and how best to treat it. Uneven skin tone is characterised by varying pigmentation, such as sun spots (also known as age spots), whereas uneven skin texture is where your skin feels rough or uneven to the touch and appears slightly dull. For the former, a treatment like our IPL Skin Treatments will work wonders to address areas of pigmentation caused by the sun or from ageing, though for the latter, you’ll need to look at alternatives.
What Causes Uneven Skin Texture?
In winter your skin may suffer from the impact of colder weather, which can make it incredibly dry. Sometimes it’s the ageing process alone that can cause uneven skin texture as cells fail to regenerate as quickly. When we age, the epidermis becomes thinner, making it easier for the surface layer of skin to be more prone to damage.
If your skin only has a light level of texturing and unevenness, then an exfoliant might be the answer. We’d discourage the use of physical exfoliants as these use rough particles to exfoliate, which can cause micro-tears. Instead, we’d recommend an AHA (alpha hydroxy acid) such as glycolic acid. Glycolic acid is easily absorbed into the skin and it unbinds dead skin cells from healthy new ones, removing dry and uneven skin with precision. However, if you’re looking for a truly amazing professional solution, at Christopher Maerevoet, we have the answer!
Opt For Focus Dual®
Focus Dual® uses a combination of Radiofrequency (RF) Microneedling and HIFU (High Intensity Focused Ultrasound) to treat uneven skin texture. HIFU uses energy to heat the deepest layers of your skin, while microneedling uses tiny needles to create micro-injuries on the surface of the dermis. Together, these two techniques target every layer of the skin, stimulating the production of new collagen, ensuring your skin is smooth, rejuvenated and youthful. It’s such a powerful technique that sees collagen production increase for up to 12 weeks post-treatment. This means you’ll see benefits for months after!
Contact Us Today
To discuss this treatment or to book a consultation, please get in touch. You can do this by calling us on 01704 545 113 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We also offer a full range of other aesthetic treatments, which you can read about here.
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