There's no doubt that every woman starts out with a whole lot of questions, especially when they first find out that they have "melasma." The problem is, without clear answers, most women give up and just cover up their skin blemishes with extra makeup. Luckily for you, we've collated the top 4 melasma questions (and answers) every woman with melasma needs to know so you can get rid of your melasma fast.
So, What Is Melasma?
Melasma is "localized hyperpigmentation that it makes a specific part of the skin seem darker than the surrounding skin." Visually, these look like "dark spots" and can be a significant source of embarrassment. While there are many theories about the causes of melasma, there are two reasons that seem to be the most accepted:
- Hormonal changes
- Excess sun exposure
Can Long-Term Melasma Be Treated?
(No, really! It can!)
And for many women, it can even be removed. The two most important things to do are:
- Limit your sun exposure with high power sunscreen, hats, clothing, umbrellas, etc.
- Treat the melasma directly (not the surrounding skin)
How Is Melasma Treated?
This is important because it means you do NOT have put harsh chemicals on your skin. For example, you DON'T have to put hydroquinone on your skin, even though your dermatologist says it's "safe."
Because recently the FDA identified hydroquinone as a carcinogen! That means it is a cancer-causing chemical.
For you, this means you can avoid all the chemical treatments you see advertised on TV (and by your dermatologist) and still get lasting results, naturally.
What Natural ingredients should I look for in my skin whitening products?
Most people know that vitamin C is a great supplement to take during the cold season. Fewer people know about Arbutin and Kojic acid. These are all-natural substances that come directly from plants.
Arbutin is an excellent choice for natural skin whitening because it reduces the production of melanin in your skin. The reduced melanin production means your skin becomes whiter over time.
Kojic Acid also functions by naturally inhibiting melanin production in the skin, which means skin treated with Kojic Acid will be lighter.
Vitamin C functions slightly differently from Arbutin and Kojic Acid and accelerates their results. Vitamin C focuses on the melanin that is already in your skin and helps remove it from your system. It directly whitens your skin so you can get results faster. It also stimulates the production of collagen, which makes your skin more elastic and youthful.
Wasn't reading this article so much better than wasting hundreds of dollars through trial and error?
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Now, you can move forward with confidence, knowing that melasma can be treated naturally and safely. That means you don't need to waste any more time with chemicals or products that might not even work.
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