Melasma Treatment

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Melasma Treatment

Melasma is a common skin disorder. Loosely translated, the word means “black spot.” If you have melasma you’re probably experiencing light brown, dark brown and/or blue-gray patches on your skin. They can appear as flat patches or freckle-like spots. Commonly affected areas include your face, including the cheeks, upper lip and forehead, as well as the forearms. Melasma is sometimes called the “mask of pregnancy” because it frequently affects pregnant women. Melasma typically darkens and lightens over time, often getting worse in the summer and better in the winter. Another, less common name for melasma, is chloasma. Although this disorder is completely harmless, it understandably makes some people feel self-conscious.

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Melasma appears most commonly on your cheeks, nose, chin, above the upper lip and the forehead. It sometimes affects your arms, neck and back. In fact, melasma can affect any part of your skin that is exposed to sunlight. That’s why most people with melasma notice that their symptoms worsen during the summer months.

Client Testimonials

A few days back, I visited OFY Clinics in Chhindwara because I was facing a lot of issues with my skin. There was lots of acne and scar that appeared on my skin, so I thought of taking charge of it and went for the consultation at OFY Clinics. After analyzing my skin, the dermatologist recommended MediCare skin Treatment, and let me tell you guys, the effect of the treatment is really wonderful and very long-lasting. I would like to ask you all to opt for OFY Clinics for the health of your skin. They are the best!!

Bhoomika Singh

I struggled with rolling scars for about 8 years from a terrible acne outbreak in my teen years. Dermatologists at OFY Clinics allowed me to regain my confidence by almost completely eliminating these scars using his subcision and fat injection technique. After having tried countless microdermabrasion, chemical peels and lasers.

Shreya Mishra

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