Uneven Skin Tone & Pigmentation

Many people are concerned about having an uneven skin tone. Of course, everyone has a different skin type but your skin gets its color from a pigment called melanin. When the cells that make melanin become damaged (particularly sun induced), melanin production is affected, sometimes leading to excess pigmentation disorders that affect either some or all of your skin. Your body can make too much melanin or too little melanin. Some factors that can impact your skin coloring include sun exposure, Addison’s disease, Vitiligo, infections, blisters, burns and even pregnancy. As your skin ages, you may notice wrinkles, dryness, age spots and thinness. One major cause of aged skin is sun exposure. To help protect yourself from sun exposure and sun damage, use sunscreen with an SPF 30 or higher, wear protective clothing and stay away from the sun when it is strongest (usually in the middle of the day). This will help prevent skin damage in the long-run. Also, tanning beds can contribute to damaged/aged skin.

Talk to your doctor if you have concerns about your skin tone or questions about potential treatment options, which could include chemical peels, topical skin care, or laser treatments.

Complementary Products


Restorative Skin Complex with TriHex Technology®


Addresses all visible signs of aging on the face.



HydraTint Pro Mineral Broad Spectrum Sunscreen SPF 36


Powerful sun protection with a hint of tint.



Restorative Eye Treatment with TriHex Technology®


Addresses fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes.



Restorative Neck Complex with TriHex Technology®


Addresses crepey skin and discoloration on the neck area.



Renewal Retinol


Helps smooth skin texture and improve skin tone.


Treatment Enhancing

TriHex Transition Duo


A kit designed to enhance results of skin-rejuvenating treatments.

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