Improving skin tone does not mean becoming fairer!
Most articles elaborating on ways to have improved skin tone lay special focus on skin lightening products. The idea behind using skin lightening creams, as part of improving the overall skin tone, is not to make one look fairer. For skin tone improvement, a lot of aspects need attention.
Even skin tone implies smooth and moisturized skin that is free of any dark spots and hyperpigmentation. All these skin problems are a result of poor skin care. It is important to keep the skin healthy and nourished. Glow and radiance are signs of a happy skin that is well moisturized and maintained.
There are a number of products that appear to be having the same effects and benefits. It is important to know in detail the use of a particular product, and how it helps in improving the skin. Some common products that sound similar are skin enhancers, blemish balm or BB creams, tinted moisturizers, and foundations and concealers. Let us understand the fine differences in all these products and their primary uses.
A skin enhancer will focus on covering up the blotches and slowly lightening them to match the facial skin color. It also treats hyperpigmentation and lightens the acne scars. It helps in the overall improvement of the skin. Similarly, skin lightening products help in fighting pale and dusky skin that is caused due to the lack of nutritious diet, continued exposure to the sun, and skin problems, such as pimples and acne.
While most skin lightening creams are sold with the promise of a fairer complexion, they are not really designed for it. They just remove the dark layer of the skin, and uncover fresh skin that is lighter. These creams lighten the dark spots, remove the tanned skin, and bring back the natural glow.
What other products are available to improve skin tone?
Other products that instantly lend a fair and even toned skin complexion are concealers, foundations, blemish balm creams, and tinted moisturizers. Concealers and foundations are quite traditional products, as compared to the new age BB creams. All of these are used to cover the ugly spots and blemishes. They do it efficiently, and give a flawless complexion.
A tinted moisturizer is similar to a foundation. It lends a sparkling glow and keeps the skin moisturized at the same time. It is better than regular BB creams and foundations that do not always have a moisturizing element. The basic difference between these creams and skin lightening products is that these are temporary solutions that just conceal the spots. They do not lighten, or reduce them to make way for younger and brighter looking skin.
The skin that is smooth and has an even tone looks far better than fair skin with blotches and pigmentation marks. Keep your skin clear and spotless by using products that are effective and safe for your skin type. Most of the new age skin lightening products offer multiple benefits. They work as moisturizers, sunblocks, concealers, and also skin tone lighteners. Choose the right product that offers all these benefits and do away with different skin enhancing creams.
Kasper Knight - About Author:
Tinted moisturizer from Miracle Skin Transformer is an all-in-one solution that includes the benefits of a variety of skin care products, such as a skin enhancer, BB creams, and skin lightening products.
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