Tired of wearing a mask?

Melasma is a very common condition of brown discoloration on sun exposed areas of the face, commonly the cheeks, upper lip, and forehead.

Melasma typically worsens with sun exposure, birth control pills, and hormones of pregnancy.

Although it can affect both genders and any race, it is more common in women and people with darker skin types. Melasma usually becomes more noticeable in the summer and improves during the winter months.

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Unfortunately, there is no permanent cure for melasma. However, there is good news. With a combination of maintenance office treatments and a strict home care program, the unsightly appearance of melasma can be at least significantly reduced and even in some cases, cleared for a short period of time.

Treatment Options:

  1. Laser treatmentsto reduce hyperpigmentation
  2. Medical Grade Fading creams 
  3. Medical Facialspigment controlling peels
  4. Daily Advanced skin care– regular sun protection with broad spectrum sunblock and vitamin C protectants