10 Questions about Melasma with Answers

October 15, 2017

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As we grow old, skin problems tend to prey on us like pumas with long claws and razor-sharp canines. Rosacea, Eczema, melasma, etc., are all a part of the skin conditions which adults struggle with each day. A common disease that distorts the skin pigmentation is melasma.

 

Are you at risk? What causes it? What can I do about it? What is melasma removal? These are some of the questions out royal customers ask: Here are the answers to 10 Melasma questions. Unique content included on melasma removal.

 

  1. What Is the Pregnancy Mask?

 

It is another term for melasma, which is a skin condition characterized by the development of brown or greyish patches on the face while pregnant.  This is just one of the distressing symptoms that pregnant woman can face but proves that melasma is often caused by hormones.

 

  1. Who Is More at Risk?

 

Women, especially those with darker skin types, though it can affect women of all races. About 10% of patients are male. The condition has been shown to develop more during the summer, become less visible as the sunlight becomes less in the winter. Thus, exposure to UV sunrays plays a critical role in its progress.

 

  1. Is Melasma Contagious?

 

Fear not, is not contagious, because it is not an infection, additionally, keep calm, it does not influence the development of skin cancer.

 

  1. What Causes Melasma?

 

Dermatologists have not pinpointed the primary causes, but several factors have been shown to influence its progression. Melasma will worsen after prolonged exposure to harmful UV rays. Women past menopause who are experiencing hormonal fluctuations; those on the pill; or pregnant women; have increased chances of developing skin pigmentation.

 

  1. Can I Pass Melasma to My Daughter?

 

No evidence suggests that the pigmentation is hereditary; though, it can run in families. Your daughter is more likely to develop the condition if you have it. Don't fret, with our melasma removal natural skin lightening cream; you will sail through fairly well.

 

  1. Which Parts of the Face is Most Affected?

 

Cheeks, forehead, nose, chin and upper lip are the most affected parts. In few cases, it can lead to pigmentation of the neck and forearms. Unlike, other conditions it is not itchy. 

 

  1. What are the Secondary Effects of Melasma?

 

Some of the emotional effects include lowered self-esteem, stress, social withdrawal, decreased confidence, embarrassment, anger, and depression. You don't have to undergo this, just use our range of products for melasma removal.

 

  1. Can Melasma Go Away Forever?

 

Presently, there is no permanent cure, but we offer treatments to reduce its appearance and make it invisible. You can avoid triggering it by protecting yourself from harmful sun rays and not using contraceptive pills.

 

  1. How Does the Tonique Skin Lightening Cream Work?

 

For people who suffer from melasma, the semi-custom gel creme offers the best and fastest solution for melasma removal, not found anywhere else. Its natural extracts and formulations reduce the activity of pigment-forming cells in the face. Our products are gentle on the skin and do not use ingredients that are harmful in any way and is free from chemicals that irritate the skin. Some products can even stimulate the production of more pigments and lead to skin darkening; use the best. 

 

  1. Are Melasma Products Effective?

 

Clients have stopped melasma by using our products. They are helpful, safe, and efficient. With over 20 years in the market, we can tell the wheat from the chaff.



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