If you have dark, discolored patches on your skin, you are probably one of the millions of women in American suffering from melasma. Though melasma isn’t dangerous, most people are unhappy with the appearance of this skin discoloration. Fortunately, there are three safe and easy ways to treat melasma and restore clear, healthy skin. Here’s what you need to know!
What Is Melasma?
Melasma is a skin condition that causes discoloration across the cheeks, forehead, chin, nose, neck, and forearms. It is likely caused by hormone sensitivity, sun exposure, and stress. Pregnancy is also a leading contributing factor to melasma, which explains why 90% of all melasma occurs in women. Some cases of melasma disappear on their own, especially in cases related to pregnancy, but many melasma cases require additional treatments to fade. Continue reading “Treating Melasma: What You Need to Know” »