Melasma is a form of Hyper-Pigmentation stimulated by factors such as genetics, oestrogen, ultra violet exposure, and also unknown factors. In pregnancy the Hyper-Pigmentation is known as chloasma.
It appears as large brown-grey patches on the face and it is usually located on the cheeks, upper lip, between the brows, or on the forehead. Many people who are affected by Melasma tend to have a more olive or dark complexion. While Melasma is often a chronic condition, some treatments may help to reduce its appearance, though results can vary from person to person.
With over 35 years of experience in treating skin conditions and facial rejuvenation, we have developed a range of treatments that may help to address your skin concerns. It’s important to note that results can vary from person to person and while some treatments may help to reduce the signs of aging, they cannot stop or reverse the aging process.
How do we treat Melasma?
- Cosmeceutical Skincare
- Cosmetic Skin Peel Treatments
- Depigmenting Lotion Treatments
- Erbium Laser
- Fraxel Laser
- Factor 4
- Laser Genesis
- Microdermabrasion Treatments
- Mineral Make Up
- Naturopathy Treatments
- Preventative Cosmetic Medicine ™
- Skin Needling Treatments
- Topical Retin-A Treatments
- YAG Laser
A no obligation consultation with one of our Cosmetic Physicians or Clinicians and Aestheticians at the Ashley Centre is essential so your skin can be examined and assessed for the most suitable Melasma treatments.
How do I find out more about Melasma and Melasma Treatments?
Please contact the Me Clinic. We have over 35 years of Cosmetic Medicine experience to share with you. We ensure you will be fully informed and understand your options before commencing any treatment.