Melasma is a form of pigmentation, or darkening of the skin that is linked to hormonal changes. It can occur on any part of the body, but the most common problem area is the face, in particular, places like the forehead, cheeks and chin.
Melasma is associated with hormones, and is more prevalent in women. It is especially common during pregnancy and menopause, when many women experience some sort of facial discolouration due to melasma.
Melasma is one of the more difficult forms of pigmentation to treat, but there are lots of things that can be done in-clinic and at home to help reduce the appearance of melasma.
Microneedling and chemical peels can help to remove the damaged upper layers of skin and promote healing and the production of new, fresh skin. Medical-grade skincare specifically tailored to your needs can also help to lighten melasma and prevent future instances from happening.
I am passionate about achieving exceptional, natural-looking results whilst keeping patient safety as a priority. I am committed to ethical aesthetic practice, always putting my patients’ welfare first. I will never recommend a treatment or product that I don’t personally endorse and have an in-depth knowledge about and experience of working with.
All treatments are tailored to each individual patient and that is why I will take the time to develop the most medically appropriate treatment for you. I will always try to offer you the best price possible, while never sacrificing the quality of care and level of results. I will always be mindful of my patients’ budget, offering honest advice and tailored treatments.
Ensuring that all patients go home with a positive experience and great, natural-looking results is my primary goal.
We are all unique. This means that treatment plans, the results, downtime and recovery following treatment will vary from patient to patient. The information I provide is based on the experience I have gained from treating a wide variety of patients, both men and women, of different ages, and is based on an average treatment experience. For more accurate information about how the treatment experience would be for you, please book a one-to-one consultation with me.