10 ways to treat melasma

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Melasma is the most dreadful problem of the skin. That is known as a close relative with freckles. because the birth process is very similar But the ceiling will have a wider area. more visible can occur on any part of the face But most often have melasma around the cheekbones. The average number of people with melasma mostly starts at the age of 30 and over.

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Prevention is the most important thing

You should start by avoiding the sun. If you’re going to be exposed to the sun, wear a bare-faced dress and apply sunscreen to protect your skin from UV rays. By choosing a sunscreen with SPF30 or higher and must be of PA+++ as well to protect the skin effectively. But if you have to be under the sun all day. You may opt for a sunscreen with a higher SPF. Instead, apply sunscreen regularly, at least twice a day, to make sure it’s still effective enough to protect you from the sun. hot steam from the stove radiation from computer screens It is also a cause of melasma. Therefore, it should be avoided. You should also observe yourself whether we are taking any medications that are at risk of melasma or not, such as birth control pills, what cosmetics do you use and are allergic to melasma-like marks? (Most of them are cosmetics that contain perfume to cause deep blemishes. including whitening skin creams that contain harmful substances such as substanceshydroquinone “), etc.

Choose a nourishing cream 

choosing a skin care cream that contains AHA, vitamin C, arbutin, kojic acid, including melasma cream, melasma cream or treatment cream. Various blemishes can also fade blemishes and make your face look brighter. It only takes a long time.

Radish Recipe  

Treatment for melasma with radish You can do this simply by putting a coarsely ground radish on your face and leave it for about 10-20 minutes (depending on the individual’s face condition. People with sensitive skin should not use this formula) and rinse with warm water. You do this regularly 3-4 times a week or every other day. It will help reduce melasma, making the blemishes look faded quite a lot. And besides helping to reduce blemishes, radishes also have properties to help reduce wrinkles and make your face clearer as well. But after washing your face with warm water Also, tighten pores with toner or cold water to prevent enlarged pores.

Aloe Vera Recipe 

How to treat melasma naturally Take a large leaf of aloe vera (choose the aged lower one), soak it in water for about 10 minutes, then peel it off and wash it thoroughly. Can be blended or crushed as needed. Then put the mask on your face and leave it for about 15-20 minutes. This formula, if done twice a week, will help the blemishes disappear more quickly.

Tamarind Recipe

Another way to treat melasma with herbs You bring tamarind pulp to mask or apply a thin layer on the skin that is blemish. Leave it for 3-5 minutes and then wash it off. This will help shed old skin cells making the blemishes look faded and also help reduce dark spots. But if you don’t have tamarind at home You may choose to use lemon juice or kaffir lime juice instead.

Peeling blemishes with TCA acid, AHA acid, etc. (Chemical peeling)

It is a safe method. (although it is slow) that can help to loosen the top layer of skin cells and melanin pigment. By shed old skin cells and help push new skin cells to replace. But after this treatment Your face is very sensitive to sunlight. Therefore, it must be well protected after the procedure. The clinic that offers this treatment recommends doing it only once a week.

Injections of stem Bhosle 

Studies have indicated that injections of stem cells to people who need treatment to reverse skin aging itself. Will result in the reduction of melasma as well. when doing experiments with people who do not want to reverse aging but only want to treat melasma Found that stem cells can actually help reduce melasma. Whether it’s stem cells from the placenta of a newly born child. or stem cells from sheep skin

Exfoliate the skin with gem flakes. (Microdermabrasion: MD)

It to help accelerate the removal of the epidermis cells to fall faster. It can help reduce dark spots from melasma. (suitable for shallow blemishes), but may cause some skin irritation. Especially if the tool working strength is too high.

Fraxel laser 

It is a laser that uses heat energy to stimulate skin cells to exfoliate faster. As a result, the blemish part is removed as well. Fraxel treatment, although safe, can cause the face to become red and swollen after the procedure. And also be careful of the sun during the first week after doing so much. To repeat Should be spaced about 2 months or at the discretion of a medical professional.

Yag laser 

It is one of the popular laser treatment for melasma. The Yag treatment is to send light waves down to the skin layer. This method is relatively safe. Leaves little to no scabs on the new model. But in the post-treatment period, your skin is very sensitive to light. Therefore, it is necessary to avoid sunlight after the procedure for about a week (if it is necessary to go outside must use sunscreen to protect it)