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Acne Scarring

Acne Scarring Condition


Acne Scars

What is Uneven Skin Tone?

Uneven skin tone refers to any variation in the color and texture of the skin that results in areas of the skin appearing darker, discolored, or differently textured than the surrounding skin. This can encompass a range of issues, such as dark spots, redness, blotchiness, acne scarring, fine lines, or sun damage. It’s a common concern and can be caused by various factors, often resulting from external influences like environmental factors and lifestyle choices.

Some of the main factors that contribute to uneven skin tone include:

Sun Exposure: Repeated exposure to UV rays from the sun can lead to the overproduction of melanin, causing the appearance of brown or dark spots known as sunspots. This happens as a defense mechanism against UV damage.

Pollution: Airborne pollutants in the environment can accumulate on the skin, leading to an uneven skin tone by corroding the protective surface. This can weaken the skin’s barrier and make it more prone to damage, including sun damage.

Hormones: Conditions like melasma, a form of hyperpigmentation, can be triggered by increased hormone stimulation. This often occurs during pregnancy or due to hormone-based treatments.

Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation: Darkening of the skin due to scarring, often caused by acne lesions or skin injuries, can contribute to uneven skin tone.

Aging: As skin ages, natural processes like changes in hormone levels and reduced collagen production can impact the skin’s texture and tone, leading to unevenness.

At VIP Medspa, we successfully address uneven skin tones sometimes using a combination of treatments that also include preventive measures:

Different Conditions


Acne Scarring


Dark Spots

Dull Skin

Fine lines & Wrinkles

Hand Rejuvenation

Hair Loss



Pore Buildup


Skin Laxity

Spider Veins

Uneven Skin Tone

Women’s Sexual Health