LIGHTROOM / PHOTOSHOP - Uniformity Slider for Skintone

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Portraiture and lifestyle is what I shoot most. One of the things I spend quite a bit of time doing when dealing with shooting people is making their skin even through out. For example reducing the redness on their cheeks, reducing green or purple veins, color shift in shadows.

I recently came across a CaptureOne tutorial on youtube and found something really cool that Lightroom doesn't have. CaptureOne calls it a Uniformity Slider in their color editor which can also be used with a mask. You create a mask then select a color that you want the area to transform to. Any color within the mask will transform to the selected color. The amount of transformation can be adjusted with a slider. 

It does exactly what I'm looking for; which is to make the skin tones uniform. Will Adobe introduce something similar?
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Duke Horca

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Lisa Évoluer

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Would love that feature if it is non-destructive and similar to the "settings"/"sliders" of Capture One!
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Duke Horca

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I know right. It would cut my editing time along with every body else's. It doesn't have to be limited to skintone as well.