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You have dark, red or generally uneven patches of colour on your skin; these can be freckles, acne scars, marks left by ingorwn hairs, larger patches of discoloured skin or the result of an uneven tan.
A tinted moisturiser like the Lab Series BB Cream is a quick way to even out your skin tone. This product in particular has a matte finish and is undetectable on skin. Just massage a small amount into your skin every morning. It suits a broad range of skintones.
Firstly, you need to use sunscreen every day to ensure that the darker parts of your skin don’t continue to darken. Without daily use of sunscreen, there isn’t much point in doing anything else.
Secondly, you need to exfoliate. This helps to gradually remove the marked skin and allows other products to absorb easily into your skin. You can scrub or, if you have stubborn marks, use products that contain glycolic acid.
Finally, treat your skin with pigment inhibitors. These products even out the production of excess colour in your skin, evening out your skin tone.
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