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Melasma

Melasma is a skin disorder that predominantly induces brown or gray pigmentation patches all over the skin, primarily on the Face. Depending on the population, it may affect 1.5–33% of people.

Melasma affects those with light brown skin to darker skin tones, specifically in the areas with high sun exposure. Women are particularly susceptible to Melasma, which renders as brown patches on the cheeks, nose bridge, and forehead.

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The skin areas for Melasma commonly seen:

a). on the Face

    • the bridge of the nose
    • the forehead
    • the cheeks
    • the upper lip
    • the chin
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b). Rest of the body

    • the forearms
    • the neck
    • the shoulders
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Causes and risk factors.

Doctors are still trying to uncover the depts of Melasma. Few among the elite doctors speculate that the skin’s melanocytes (the color-making cells) fail in their function, causing them to produce more pigments than necessary, resulting in numerous spots.

Risk factors :

  • UV exposure: Frequently, exposure to UV rays directly from the sun can trigger Melasma.
  • Female sex. Melasma affects females about nine times more than males.
  • Pregnancy. During pregnancy, there is a high chance that the female may be affected by Melasma, affecting around 15% to 50% of pregnant females. People speculate that pregnancy hormones as a reason.
  • Genetics. Surveys explain that almost 50% of people with Melasma reported that their near relatives have also confronted the same condition.

 

Potential triggers for Melasma:

Potential triggers for Melasma:

  • Hormonal changes during pregnancy (chloasma)
  • treatment or taking birth control pills
  • sun exposure
  • skin care products, if they irritate a person’s skin
  • some medications, including anti-seizure drugs and those that make the skin more sensitive to sun exposure, such as include retinoids, some blood pressure medications, and certain antibiotics

Melasma Treatment

Medication and procedures: A dermatologist prescribes suitable drugs to reduce the excess pigmentation in your skin. Most patients receive a prescription for medicine based on their skin type, and also the melasma treatment will be simple such that it can easily apply to the skin at home.

Some Frequent prescriptions may include:

  • Hydroquinone:  It is a Usual treatment for Melasma by most dermatologists. Proper use as a lightening agent can be very effective but can also cause skin sensitivity. Sometimes Hydroquinone is combined with alpha-hydroxy acids to exfoliate the skin faster to quicken the brightening process. 
  • Tretinoin and mild corticosteroid: A combination like this contains a retinoid and an anti-inflammatory, which can even out skin tone.
  • Triple combination cream: There are specific creams on the market that contain three medications in one; a retinoid, a corticosteroid to reduce inflammation, and Hydroquinone to even out your skin tone.
  • Other medications: Some dermatologists prescribe gentler drugs like azelaic acid, kojic acid, or vitamin C where the condition hasn’t worsened yet.
  • Chemical peel: The dermatologist uses a chemical solution against the Melasma to remove excess pigments from the skin.
  • Microneedling is a minimally invasive procedure of microscopic tears on the skin site. While it heals, it tends to heal in a fashion such that skin has a uniform tone.
  • Laser and light treatments: Laser Treatments are considered a new generation of treatment by many individuals as they have shown potential improvements in patients. 
  • Platelet-rich plasma: PRP is a technique of injecting the plasma layer into the skin affected with Melasma.A series of short portion of your blood is drawn then separated into its constituents through the help of a machine. One of such constituents is plasma, which is rich in growth harmones. when injected to affected areas, plasma induces growth of new cells. thus forms even toned skin. 

Melasma treatment

It’s no secret that beauty standards are ridiculously high these days. Don’t be discouraged by your skin concerns, from brown spots to aging concerns, we have a solution for every skin concern!

If you’re tired of feeling embarrassed by the way your skin looks and want to give yourself some self-confidence back, then what are you waiting for? There’s no need to wait any longer! With our Melasma treatment, you’ll be feeling better about yourself again in no time at all!

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While Melasma does not cause any additional physical symptoms or physical pain, many find the appearance of patches bothersome.

Melasma is a condition that affects women especially often. When it comes to how your skin looks, no one should be made to feel less than their best. That’s why we’ve developed a treatment specifically for those who suffer from this condition. By utilizing the natural healing power of plants, we can provide you with a safe and effective solution so you can enjoy your healthy-looking skin again. 

We offer a variety of products and treatments including medical-grade peels, laser treatments, and topical creams. Whatever your concern may be, we have a solution for you!

It’s time to stop worrying about the way you look and start feeling confident in your skin again.

Our Melasma Treat has shown great success with 100% of users reporting significant improvements in skin appearance.

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important things you should know

Questions And Answers

Melasma is a skin condition, so it is wise to consult a dermatologist (skin specialist) for Melasma.

No, Melasma is not cancerous and will not develop into skin cancer.

Melasma is not an infection and is therefore not contagious. It is also not due to an allergy.

The use of Hydroquinone (higher concentration) to treat Melasma causes skin irritation and phototoxic reactions with secondary post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. Some depigmenting agents are carcinogenic, so it is better to use home remedies when possible.

In some cases, Melasma is due to genetic predisposition, with 40% of the patients having at least one relative affected with the disease.

Hormonal Imbalance is one of the main reasons for melasma, if one achieved to maintain their Hormonal balance then can be permanently cured with medication and precaution. Some being, wearing protective clothing, adequate sun protection that is a sunscreen with a high SPF, and reducing indirect UV exposure; one can prevent the return or persistence of Melasma.

Even though Melasma is a harmless skin condition and it neither itch nor hurts nor becomes malignant Expect it to get worse and as well reoccur over a time unless you don’t take precautionary steps to avoid melasma.

Melasma is a chronic and long-lasting disorder (three months or more), specifically dermal pigment disorder, and shall longer fade away than the epidermal pigment. Depending on the person, Melasma may either vanish away on its own or be permanent. Sometimes it may respond to treatment as well. Taking preventative measures from your healthcare provider can cure Melasma much ahead of time.

Dietary has no direct co-relation with melasma or melasma treatment so that, over time, magically cures or worsens Melasma. However, consuming a skin-healthy diet such as rich in Vitamin D can keep your skin healthy. These includes:-

  • Almond milk.
  • Eggs.
  • Meat.
  • Milk.
  • Mushrooms.
  • Oily fish.
  • Orange juice.
  • Yogurt.