Uneven Skin Tone
Known as a form of skin discolouration, uneven skin tone appears as patches of darkened skin due to the overproduction of melanin by the body.
It can be a result of sun damage, hormonal changes or side effect of medication. Excessive sun exposure, in particular, is known to be damaging to the skin, promoting the production of melanin in the sun exposed areas. On the other hand, due to hormonal changes, women who are on contraceptive medications or going through menopause tend to be more prone to skin discolourations.
While there is no cause for alarm, uneven skin tone can make one look older, despite the efforts to reverse the signs of aging with over-the-counter anti-aging products.
Computer Radiation Spots
Referring to the dark spots on the face, computer radiation spots may develop from long period of exposure towards computer or mobile phone radiation. The skin may be damaged by the static electricity and radiation produced by computer and mobile phones.
Among the different kinds of pigmentation problems, computer radiation spots are the least common type. As of now, more research is needed to elaborate on how our skin structure can be affected by too much radiation.