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Melasma (Dark Patches on Face): How to Get Rid of Them

- Published in Dermatologists and Skin Care

Causes Melasma is an acquired hyperpigmentation where there is a formation of dark brown patches and spots on the skin of the face and sun-exposed areas … View thread

Having melasma on face. Can Kojivit Gel be used and how to use it?

- Answered in Dermatology

Hello doctor, My mother is having melasma on face … View thread

How to get rid of melasma?

- Answered in Dermatology

I am having melasma over the last eight years ... But when I stop using it, the melasma increases … View thread

Can I use Tezcort 3S for yellow skin and melasma?

- Answered in Dermatology

Hi doctor, I am 28 years old, a female and I have yellow skin and have melasma on both the cheeks and nose and its been for four years ... Finally, someone suggested me to apply Tezcort 3S which has lightened my melasma but I have grown pimples because of that I think and my face is not as smooth like before … View thread

Are there any natural ways to treat open pores and melasma?

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I also developed melasma, and I have to wear makeup to cover it ... Melasma and pores develop due to hormonal changes after pregnancy … View thread

My skin is getting patchy and discolored. What is the best treatment for this?

- Answered in Dermatology

I am not sure if it is sun damage or melasma, but it definitely got much worse after having a baby last year ... Your concern is melasma, that is, pigmentation due to photosensitivity … View thread

I have a horizontal black line on my nose. How do I get rid of that?

- Answered in Dermatology

Your concern may be post inflammatory hyper pigmentation or melasmaView thread

How to treat the weird redness on my cheeks?

- Answered in Dermatology

 It looks like melasma or post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation ... Melasma is an acquired pigmentation of sun-exposed areas … View thread

Sunprotection and Sunscreens : All you need to know about this!

- Published in Dermatologists and Skin Care

Specific pigmented conditions often arise or become worse due to chronic sun-exposure like melasma , freckles , Lichen Planus Pigmentosus (LPP), post-inflammatory pigmentation due to a previous injury, burn or following procedures like chemical peel, microdermabrasion (MDA) or lasers … View thread

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