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Issues to do with COLOUR include uneven, dull looking skin and varying severity of pigmentation (freckles, dark spots, melasma). Lifestyle, unhealthy diets, sun exposure, lack of sleep, poor skincare regime and hormonal fluctuations are some generic reasons that can lead to tired-looking, uneven and dull skintone; and these are also the root causes of skin pigmentation.

See a list of colour associated conditions below. Click “Read more” for information on causes, as well as recommended treatments and products for each condition.


Rosacea is a common skin condition that causes redness and visible blood vessels in the face. It may also produce small, red, pus-filled bumps. These signs and symptoms may flare up for a period of weeks to months and then diminish for a while.

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Melasma is a type of hyperpigmentation that is common in women. They appear as large darkpatches of discolouration on the face, cheeks, nose bridge, forehead, chin, neck and even forearms

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Hori’s Nevus

Hori’s Nevi is a bluish-gray dermal pigmented lesion that lie very deep in the skin, as such, pigment laser treatments are far more effective than topical treatments, which are usually ineffective.

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Freckles appear as many light brown spots on the skin, more commonly seen on people with light complexions, although they are also found on people with a variety of skin tones.

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Dull, Uneven Skin Tone

Skin that lack radiance or glow normally associated with younger-looking skin is generally described as having a dull skin tone and uneven skin texture.

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Age Spots

Age spots (or liver spots, senile lentigo, solar lentigines, or sun spots) are flat brown-gray, or black spots on the skin. They usually occur on sun-exposed areas.

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