Melasma is more than just brown patches on your skin.
- Be sun-smart when going outside: use a tinted broad spectrum sunscreen and wear a broad-brimmed hat
- Add a skin brightener to your skin care routine
- Use a tinted sunscreen with iron oxides to offer an extra layer of protection
Melasma, also known as the mask of pregnancy, can occur in more than just pregnant women. This disorder of inflammation is aggravated by sun, hormones, harsh products that irritate the skin, and heat. Avoiding triggers will help keep your melasma under control. Our providers can help treat and manage your melasma with clinically proven treatments and products.