Melasma is a hyper-pigmentation condition of the skin. It is commonly referred to as “the pregnancy mask” and can occur near or after times of pregnancy. However, men as well as women get Melasma.
Most occurrences of Melasma are also NOT linked to times of pregnancy. Sun exposure and skin vulnerability, such as from changing hormones, are the suspected culprits for a person developing Melasma. Hence, treatment WILL require ongoing sun protection for best results.
But the great news for patients with Melasma is that it MAY be effectively treated with a special treatment using Dermamelan. And you can see the results in just a few month’s time.
The condition of Melasma often leads to discolouration of the face in a common pattern, although this varies from patient to patient.
As seen in the photo below, the pigmentation from Melasma is primarily seen across the cheeks and forehead.
Melasma often leaves a mask-like appearance of skin hyper-pigmentation (darker looking skin) on the face, typically across the cheek area, forehead and upper face, as well as along the lower cheek area.
Discolouration of the facial skin, along with uneven skin tones or sun spots and other pigmentation issues, has been shown in studies to increase the perceived age of a patient. Hence, to reduce the aged appearance of the face,
Melasma is quite common in Australia and other countries.
Many people believe that Melasma is resistant to most pigmentation treatments. So it can be persistent, however, Dermamelan treatments at Coco Ruby have proven to be an excellent solution for selected patients.
Whilst Melasma can be difficult to treat for most practitioners, our Top Dermal Clinicians are experts at treating Melasma. You can schedule an facial assessment consultation for this effective treatment at Coco Ruby.
We have seen our Coco Ruby Dermamelan treatment regime help patients get excellent results in reducing Melasma.
Yes, you can treat Melasma effectively with Dermamelan.
Did you know that we treat Melasma with an effective masque-based facial treatment called Dermamelan?
- There are several steps to the procedure and it should be done in Clinic by a Dermal Clinician.
- Good candidates will undergo a skin care assessment to pre-assess the likelihood of treatment effectiveness.
- Pigmentation caused by sun exposure, genetics or hormonal changes and sun exposure during pregnancy can be remedied with this exciting treatment.
- You will need to wear the mask for an extended period of time and you can see results in approximately 2 to 3 months (sometimes longer) as the skin renews itself after treatment.
- Pigmentation patterns known by Melasma are thereby reduced and your skin will look younger and fresher as well as more evenly toned.
Find out more by asking for a skin care assessment with Tara Stapleton or her Coco Ruby Dermal Clinicians in Melbourne or Hawthorn. Phone us on (03) 8849 1444 or send an enquiry form today.
During, Before and After Dermamelan Treatment
Part of the treatment requires wearing a mask for an extended period of time (approximately 8 hours).
In the image above, the treatment photo is on the left; the BEFORE image is shown in the middle and the AFTER photo on the right was taken 2 months after one treatment in our Clinic. The patient also followed the recommended home care system and quality grade sun protection.
If you’re tired of living with hyper-pigmentation, an uneven skin tone or Melasma, please send an enquiry form today!