Melasma is a prevalent skin disease that falls under the category of hyperpigmentation. The phrase loosely translates to "black spot." Melasma is characterised by light brown, dark brown, or blue-grey spots on the skin. They might take the form of flat patches or freckled areas. The face, especially the cheekbones, upper lip, forehead, and forearms, are frequently affected. Melasma often darkens and lightens over time, worsening in the summer and improving in the winter. Chloasma is a less frequent term for melasma. Although this disease is innocuous, some people may experience self-consciousness due to it. This article will look into the difference between melasma and hyperpigmentation, the details of what causes melasma along with the different skin pigmentation treatments and medications that are able to treat melasma, including the non-invasive pigmentation treatment, PicoCure Pigmentation Removal Treatment at New Beauty Australia.
What are the causes of melasma in facial skin?
What energy does the PicoCure Pigmentation Removal Treatment use?
How many sessions of the PicoCure Pigmentation Removal Treatment will I need to see effective results?
Who is suited for the PicoCure Pigmentation Removal Treatment?
What are the other benefits of PicoCure Pigmentation Removal Treatment?