Melasma can disappear on its own for some women, especially those who are child-bearing. This is especially true if it's caused during pregnancy or by birth control pills.
OTC(over-the-counter) products that contain brightening ingredients such as arbutin and kojic acid can be used at home. Professional healthcare providers may prescribe creams and topical steroids that can lighten the skin. You can also look for the best pigmentation services online.
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A qualified dermatologist can treat your melasma using a variety of methods:
This treatment involves the injection of small amounts of pharmaceutical drugs or vitamins, as well as plant extracts, homeopathic remedies, lightening agents, and anti-aging components under the skin's surface via injection.
It is a great treatment for melasma. But it can also be used to remove fine lines and wrinkles and correct sun-damaged skin.
Microdermabrasion can be used to reduce the appearance of Melasma. This treatment increases cell turnover and gets rid of hyperpigmented cells. This type of treatment should only be attempted by an experienced professional.
Fractional laser, another highly recommended laser technique, has also shown promising results in melasma treatment.
It can be used on a wide variety of skin types and colors. The laser splits the laser beam into smaller pixels, which can deliver a stronger and deeper treatment without burning the skin.
Please note that you should not have lasers applied to your skin if you have melasma or skin pigmentation. Melasma can be made worse by lasers. It is important to find a reliable laser treatment specialist for Melasma.