Melasma & Hormonal Pigmentation
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Friday 07:00 – 22:00
Saturday 08:00 – 18:00
Ask the Experts
Melasma, also known as hormonal pigmentation,is a chronic skin condition that occurs on the face in the form of brown patches and is a dynamic (active) condition that needs lifelong management.
There are many possible causes of pigmentation disorders, which are marked by changes in melanin, the pigment in skin.These may include progesterone (the Mirena), photosensitizing medications, thyroid dysfunction, stress and dysbiosis.
Melasma is more prevalent in darker-complexioned individuals though persons of any race can be affected.
Make an appointment to consult with your Refresh Medical Aesthetics Doctor and he/ she will assist you in determining your risk factors for pigmentation and how best to prevent any problems or conditions that you may be susceptible to.
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Dermamelan Depigmentation at a Glance