Doctor’s Note


Hyperpigmentation, also known as uneven tone, is the result of natural skin aging, sun damage, toxin exposure and pollution. Continuous, unprotected exposure to all of the above increases your production of melanin—our natural pigment that gives our skin its unique color and undertone. As production increases, melanin migrates to the surface of the skin and shows up as brown spots, blotchiness and uneven patches of color.

Good Advice


Uneven tone and pigmentation issues typically show up later in life, as a result of aging and environmental exposure. Protecting your skin from the elements can slow or even prevent uneven tone all together. SPF is critical and so are products like my Anti-Oxidant Vitamin Serum, which contains 5 essential vitamins for antioxidant protection and skin barrier repair.