Melasma, Skin Darkening, Pregnancy Mask
Common during pregnancy, melasma, a type of skin darkening, refers to brown or gray-brown patches on the face or other areas of the body that get exposed to the sun. While sunscreen can help to minimize melasma, it does little to correct this persistent skin condition. While there’s no cure, we have the tools to improve melasma: chemical peels paired with medical-grade skin care products. Your first step is correction with a series of chemical peels, which exfoliate the outermost layers of skin and prompt the growth of new, more-evenly toned skin. To boost the skin-brightening effect of your professional chemical peel, you’ll need to apply results-driven skin care formulas at home. We’ll help you plan the ideal skin care regimen to meet your complexion goals, including specific skin care products, during your personal consultation.