What is it?
Brown Spots & Melasma
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Melasma is a common pigmentation disorder that causes brown or gray patches to appear on the skin, primarily on the face. The most common areas for melasma to appear on the face include the bridge of the nose. the forehead. the cheeks.
The skin is the body’s largest organ and is sensitive to a wide range of conditions that can be triggered by our internal health, as well as external factors. Brown spots and pigmented lesions can form due to prolonged sun exposure, UV Rays, and age. Also, melasma is sometimes referred to as the mask of pregnancy because it is found by an increase in hormones in pregnant women. But while the condition may be common among pregnant women, it isn’t limited to them and will usually appear on the bridge of the nose, upper lip, forehead or neck. Whatever the cause may be, we will dedicate ourselves to reducing the appearance of your unwanted spots with the most effective and advanced technology. Thyroid abnormalities were reported to occur with melasma. Skin pigmentation is a common manifestation in nutritional deficiencies and frequently associated with deficiency of vitamin B12 .
Brown Spots & Melasma Types:
There are Four types of pigmentation patterns are diagnosed in melasma:
Epidermal type- This is identified by the presence of excess melanin in the superficial layers of skin.
Dermal type- This is distinguished by the presence of melanophages (cells that ingest melanin) throughout the dermis.
Mixed type- The mixed type includes both the epidermal and dermal type.
Unnamed type- This is found in dark-complexioned individuals, where an excess of melanocytes are present.