Melasma (Hormonal Pigmentation) can be a very challenging skin condition to control & treat. It is not unusual for a patient to become extremely frustrated after trying a variety of treatments and spending $$$ in an attempt to obtain satisfactory results.
Unfortunately, there is no cure for Melasma in the majority of cases. The basic principle behind clinically managing it is to minimise the appearance of pigmentation as much as possible.
Here is the summary of Melasma Management Protocol:
At medaesthetics™, we treat Melasma and PIH (Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation) under the direct supervision of our medical doctors:
We find the majority of our patients respond extremely well to the above protocol and usually get 60 -90% resolution in as little as eight weeks.
A small number of patients resistant to the above treatment protocol can then be treated with one of the following treatment options:
Important information patients need to know:
Topical Skin Products:
Key ingredients in topical skin products to minimise pigmentation are:
Commonly used peeling agents are:
Lasers & Lights:
It is important to understand that:
At Medaesthetics™, we tailor-make our Melasma Treatment Plan to suit individual patient needs and budget. Your skin is first analysed using state of the art computerised digital skin analysis to determine the extent and depth of pigmentation.
A Combination-treatment plan is then drawn up for each patient under the direct supervision of our medical team. Patient motivation and commitment is the key to a successful outcome.
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