Melasma Treatment

Melasma, sometimes called the 'mask of pregnancy' as it is associated with pregnancy or with the use of oral contraceptives, usually causes brown or gray patches on your face, knowns as dark skin discoloration of a woman's face.

Sun may increase the melasma effect of those spots. To prevent or treat it, wear a sunscreen that provides both UVA and UVB protection and has an SPF of at least 30. If you're in the sun for a longer time then repeat to apply suncreen. Just one time a day isn't enough when in the sun. It's really important to protect your skin.

As with a lot of things melasma effects in your skin may vary from person to person, also depending on the type of skin you have. Besides cream treatments there are also light treatment and laser treatment (in severe cases) for melasma.
Creams containing a combination of tretinoin, kojic acid, and azelaic acid have been shown to improve the appearance of melasma.

A recommended lotion is Glytone Fading Lotion containing 2% hydroquinone and 1% kojic acid to lighten dark discoloration in the skin such as age and liver spots. Skin is left brighter, clearer and healthier.

Another wellknown and popular cream is Meladerm.
It is appreciated by a lot of women suffering from Melasma. It can take a while before you see the results. As a user put it this way: "It is simply amazing and really does work"
What I understand from Meladerm users is that it is very personal how fast you'll see results. For some it is two weeks or others it's a month or so. But it is really important to stick to the directions that come with the product.

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