Malesma Cholasma Fascial discolouration homeopathic treatment

 



Are you troubled regarding the change in color or pigmentation on your face? Pigmentation problems can impinge on any person from teenage years to old age encumbering your good looks and personality. Melasma is a discoloration of brown patches in an identical pattern on either side of the face, mainly on cheeks, nose, forehead, chin and upper lips. Melasma is generally mistaken for a tan and overlooked by people thinking it will fade away gradually. Anything that arouses the production of pigment producing cells or melanin pigment in the skin can lead to Melasma. Melasma is more customary in women, but at times can concern men too.

Melasma is a very common patchy brown, tan, or blue-gray facial skin discoloration, almost entirely seen in women in the reproductive years. It typically appears on the upper cheeks, upper lip, forehead, and chin of women 20-50 years of age. Although possible, it is uncommon in males. It is thought to be primarily related to external sun exposure, external hormones like birth control pills, and internal hormonal changes as seen in pregnancy. Most people with melasma have a history of daily or intermittent sun exposure. Melasma is most common among pregnant women, especially those of Latin and Asian descents. People with olive or darker skin, like Hispanic, Asian, and Middle Eastern individuals, have higher incidences of melasma.
An estimated 6 million women are living in the U.S. with melasma and 45-50 million women worldwide live with melasma; over 90% of all cases are women. Prevention is primarily aimed at facial sun protection and sun avoidance. Treatment requires regular sunscreen application and fading creams.

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