Melasma is a common skin condition that causes brown or grey patches to appear on the skin. Melasma can occur anywhere, but it is primarily seen on the face. These patches commonly occur in these areas:
While anyone can get melasma, it is more common in women. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, 90 percent of people who develop melasma are women.
While the exact cause of melasma is not known, here are some factors that can trigger melasma:
Are you searching for safe and effective melasma treatment? While there is no permanent cure for melasma, you can effectively manage it with the help of the right melasma treatment. Here are our top melasma treatment recommendations:
If you are looking for an effective melasma treatment, you should check out microdermabrasion. It is recommended for melasma as it removes and renews the surface level of the skin. Another benefit of this melasma treatment is that it requires minimal downtime. You can resume your day-to-day activities immediately after the procedure. For best results, we recommend combining this treatment with a chemical peel.
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, chemical peels are a great melasma treatment option. Chemical peels contain mild acids that are applied in a single layer on the skin. They reduce the appearance of colored patches by removing the top layer of the skin and uncovering new, healthy skin. There are three types of chemical peels:
PICO Genesis is one of the best melasma treatment options available in the market. It works effectively at treating melasma, leaving you with a bright, radiant and even-toned complexion. PICO Genesis uses three highly-effective wavelengths in ultra-short pulses to cause an intense, non-thermal, photo mechanical disruption and remodeling of the upper dermis. It is a highly safe melasma treatment option. Since it uses a non-thermal laser to break down the pigmentation, it does not cause any harm to the surrounding tissues.
Did you know that lasers can be extremely effective in treating melasma? Laser resurfacing is a facial rejuvenation procedure that involves lasers to help improve skin texture and treat melasma. The waves penetrate the skin and cause the darkened or discolored skin to flake and fall off following the treatment.Depending on your individual needs, your dermatologist may recommend either of the two types of lasers:
Your search for the best melasma treatment ends at Biolite. From PICO Genesis to microdermabrasion, we offer a wide range of treatments for melasma. If you wish to learn more about these melasma treatments, you can speak to us on +971 4 346 6641, email on firstname.lastname@example.org, or schedule an appointment here.
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