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Treatment of Melasma With Pycnogenol Ni Z, Mu Y, Gulati O Phytother Res. 2002;16:567-571 Melasma (or chloasma) is a common disorder of cutaneous hyperpigmentation predominantly affecting sun-

Melasma Melasma, also known as the “mask of pregnancy,” is light to dark brown, irregular, patchy pigmentation of the face. It is slow to develop and most commonly affects women with darker skin types.

4 Fitzroy Square, London W1T 5HQ Tel: 020 7383 0266 Fax: 020 7388 5263 e-mail: admin@bad.org.uk Registered Charity No. 258474 MELASMA What are the aims of this leaflet?

What is Melasma? Melasma is a commonly acquired increase of pigmentation, which occurs exclusively in sun-exposed areas. Brownish in color, it is exacerbated by sun exposure, pregnancy, oral

TREATMENT OF MELASMA WITH THE STAR LUX™ 1540 DAVID B. VASILY, M.D. AESTHETICA COSMETIC AND LASER SURGERY CENTER BETHLEHEM, Pa. OBJECTIVE: To determine the efficacy of the Star Lux™ 1540 in treating melasma, both short and

Melasma is a facial hyperpigmentation resulting from the stimulation of melanocytes by endogenous or exogenous estrogen. Treatments for melasma include bleaching agents, laser therapy, and a new medication that combines hydroquinone, tretinoin,

Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 44:117–124 (2012) Successful Treatment of Melasma Using a Combination of Microdermabrasion and Q-Switched Nd:YAG Lasers

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access The treatment of melasma by silymarin cream Tagreed Altaei Abstract Background: Melasma is an acquired increased pigmentation of the skin characterized by symmetrical and

A number of other therapies have also been used to treat melasma, including azelaic acid, tretinoin, topi-cal steroids, kojic acid, and chemical

Melasma often occurs dur-ing pregnancy due to the hormonal imbalances expe-rienced during the gesta-tional period. Latin, Asian, Hispanic and Middle East-ern individuals have higher incidences of melasma. While 90 percent of melasma clients

Journal of the Laser and Health Academy ISSN 1855-9913 Vol. 2011, No. 1; laserandhealth.com REVIEW . Treating Melasma with Sub-Thermolytic Q-Switched

G a t e w a y Aesthetic Institute & Laser Center What is melasma? Melasma, also called “mask of pregnancy” or chloasma, is a common skin disorder recog-

122 manaloto and alster: laser resurfacing for melasma Dermatol Surg 25:2:February 1999 cis Dermatologics, Phoenix, AZ), ice packs, and cool compresses.

Key word: Melasma, Kojic acid, Hydroquinone 2%. Introduction: Melasma is an acquired increase in skin pigmentation on face and is found mostly in women, often as a physiological change due to pregnancy [1, 2]. Endocrine mechanisms

Addison™s disease, melasma, pigmentary disorders. Introduction Addison™s disease was first described in 1855 by Thomas Addison as a result of adrenal insufficiency.1 The basis of Addison™s disease has dramatically changed from an infectious

HOMEOPATHIC TREATMENT OF MELASMA. Are you troubled regarding the change in color or pigmentation on your face? Pigmentation problems can impinge on any person from teenage years to old age encumbering your good looks and personality.

TREATMENT OF MELASMA WITH THE STAR LUX™ 1540 DAVID B. VASILY, M.D. AESTHETICA COSMETIC AND LASER SURGERY CENTER BETHLEHEM, Pa. OBJECTIVE: To determine the efficacy of the Star Lux™ 1540 in treating melasma, both short and

Observed in earlier studies on melasma.3 However, in this study, we had not carried out the histopathological examination of the patients. In a recent study conducted on Latino men with mel-

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