After a busy or relaxing summer, most of you have now returned to your professional activities, and this is precisely the best possible time to put into action your well-being to-do-lists ; such as joining that fitness class that you’ve been meaning to try and restoring your healthy glowing complexion, especially since summer sun will have left a visible toll on your skin.

A change of season typically means a change in the way skin behaves, often resulting in dryness, breakouts, and a general lackluster appearance. Now that your tan has faded away, your dark spots have become more noticeable on the skin surface and new ones have appeared, your skin looks less even, making your skin and you appear older than you actually are. These external signs of damage are also a reflection of the invisible damage at a cellular level in the skin.

Unfortunately these dark spots generally will not fade alone, and often impact negatively on your self-esteem and confidence in your daily social activities. If this true for you, now is the perfect time to think about giving your skin a lightening treatment, which is a must for anyone wanting to maintain a great looking and healthy skin year after year.

A standard skincare regime that combines antioxidants and lightening plant extracts can help a little. But for more persistent pigmentation, a professional treatment and prescription skincare regime is required from an experienced dermatologist or medical skin specialist, who will carry out a full and proper medical skin diagnostic. They will tailor a personalized treatment protocol to reduce the visual impact of dark spots, even out your skin complexion while stimulating skin regeneration. As the saying goes “prevention is better than cure” and so the dermatological lightening treatment, the UNIQ WHITE SYSTEM, should become a regular rendezvous every year, to maintain a healthy, glowing skin tone and slow the signs of aging skin over a lifetime.


Thomas Leveritt, 2014
Music : “Summer in the City – Starcadian remix” by Freedom Fry

Illustration : (c) Dmytro Zinkevych