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Digambar dapurkar

Digambar dapurkar

November 1, 2018

How to cure melasma permanently?

Melasma is usually common in women and seen most commonly in their pregnancy and due to it, melasma is also called or known as “Mask of pregnancy”. Melasma rarely appears to men. It occurs in men due to genes, hormonal changes, sun exposure, etc.

Melasma seems like freckle spots which then becomes larger and flat patches. Melasma can happen to anyone of us. It is a chronic skin condition which results in symmetrical, brownish, blotchy face pigmentation. This is due to overproduction of melanin by the pigment cells of the skin called melanocytes.

Melasma commonly appears on face, neck, and forearms. Don’t worry with the science proves and results clear skin clinic has come up with the treatments like –

  1. Superficial and medium depth chemical peels – It helps in Increasing hydration of the skin and improves the skin tone, color, and texture.
  2. Laser treatments – Laser treatment helps in reducing pigmentation earlier and also helps in glowing the skin and even reduces redness.
  3. Trichloroacetic acid treatments – This treatment is most common in treating melasma. This treatment can give the best results.
  4. Oral and topical medications – Oral and topical medications help in improving the color of the skin and it is less expensive and even easy to handle.

If you consult a dermatologist or an expert in this field then you can get the best results that you want. If you consult a board-certified dermatologist near you then he can do a physical examination of your skin and he can do proper analysis and according to your skin type and condition, he can give you medications and treatments.

If you follow the given medications and treated properly then you can get the best results ever and you must continue with your dermatologist 3-4 months so that you can get the best results.

Answered By

Dr. Dhananjay Chavan

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