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Melasma Home Remedies

Let’s know what exactly Melasma is? What are all its symptoms before we go for Melasma Home Remedies?

What is Melasma?

Melasma is a common skin problem characterized by gray-brown patches of skin on areas of the face.

Melasma can affect anyone. But it appears most often in women with darker complexions. It’s been associated with female hormones. Melasma is also a common skin disorder for:

Symptoms of Melasma

Melasma’s symmetrical dark spots are brown to gray-brown in color. They can occur on the:

  • forehead
  • cheeks
  • chin
  • nose
  • upper lip

 

If you notice such symptoms of melasma, Then you should meet the Dermatologist.

Nubello Aesthetics has been in Skin treatment for acne, melasma, pigmentation, etc. for the past 8 years and provides the best melasma laser treatment in Navi Mumbai.

If you want to go for melasma treatment at home, prior to that. Here are some common

Melasma Home Remedies:

Turmeric

It is especially effective for curing skin diseases and issues related to skin. It is a time-tested one of the natural remedies for melasma.

Make a thick paste by mixing 5 tablespoons of turmeric with 10 tablespoons of milk. You can also add 1 teaspoon of gram flour to thicken the paste. Apply this paste on the skin affected by hyperpigmentation and let it dry out completely. Then rinse your skin with lukewarm water

Lemon Juice

The topical application of lemon juice is considered a potent melasma natural treatment that works the peeling off the damaged outer layer of the skin, thus removing the melasma pigmentation.

Squash out the juice from one lemon and apply it thoroughly all over the affected areas rubbing gently for 2 minutes. Leave it like that for 20 minutes and then wash off with lukewarm water.

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera contains aloin. And Aloin is a natural depigmenting compound that has been shown to even your skin tone and effectively work as a melasma treatment.

Apply pure aloe vera gel evenly on the affected skin and massage gently for 2 minutes. Leave it on for 15 minutes and then wash off with lukewarm water.

Tranexamic acid

Tranexamic acid is another promising oral therapy for melasma. This acid is a synthetic derivative of the amino acid lysine.

Guava and Banana Pack

The combination of banana and guava is one of the potent treatments for melasma. The compound lycopene present in guava is useful for lightening blemishes and hyperpigmentation.

Glutathione

This antioxidant comprises three amino acids (cysteine, glutamic acid, and glycine). It’s found in most mammals.

Glutathione helps to decrease melanin in people with melasma compared. An excess of melanin production can lead to hyperpigmentation and melasma.

Sun protection

Frequent Sun exposure causes excess Melanin production. So, it is better to protect your skin from the Sun. Wear sunscreen every day. Consider wearing a wide-brimmed hat when you’re outside.

Melasma Medical Treatment

Your dermatologist can confirm a diagnosis and suggest medical treatments to even your skin tone.

One option may be hydroquinone. This topical treats skin pigmentation. Also, it’s available in over-the-counter or prescription-strength as a lotion, gel, cream, or liquid. Furthermore, other treatments may include:

  • tretinoin
  • corticosteroids
  • triple cream (a combination of hydroquinone, tretinoin, and a corticosteroid)
  • azelaic acid
  • kojic acid

If topicals treatment is not working, then your dermatologist might recommend a procedure to treat your melasma, such as:

  • chemical peel
  • dermabrasion
  • microdermabrasion
  • laser treatment
  • light-based procedure
  • microneedling

In case your dermatologist has already prescribed you any of these treatments then Visit Nubello Aesthetics. Get a free consultation today with our experts to get the best melasma laser treatment, Melasma Microneedling, etc.

If you Like These Home remedies for Melasma, then check our other blogs:

How To Get Rid Of Blackheads

How To Remove Dark Circles Naturally

Home Remedies for Pigmentation on Face

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