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    Best Melasma Treatment in Delhi

    What is Melasma?

    Melasma has always been thought to be impossible to cure and ineffective, but at Bodyclinix, melasma treatment or hyperpigmentation treatment is not only unique but also very effective because it uses a combination of therapies. Even though skin problems aren’t discriminatory, melasma is a stubborn and annoying one that mostly affects women, but men can also get it. 80% of people that make treatment for melasma are women. Bodyclinix offers best Melasma skin treatment in Delhi giving visible results on skin making you look even toned and glowing. Women in the middle of their childbearing years are most likely to have this skin condition. Melasma is a type of pigmentation on the face, and it happens most often on the cheekbones, in the middle of the face, and along the jawline.

    Where it can show up:

    • Melasma can show up on the bridge of the nose, the forehead, and the chin of some people. It can also show up on the chest, neck, arms, or any other area of skin that gets a lot of sun.

    Melasma is something you should definitely be aware of. All you need to do is know its clear symptoms and not confuse them with other skin problems or allergies that are not related to melasma. They are as follows:

    • The colour brownish discoloured spots that are darker than the rest of your skin.
    • It usually shows up on the face, including the Forehead, Bridge of the Nose, Cheeks, and Chin.
    • It is symmetrical, meaning that both sides of the face have the same marks.
    • Can also happen on the neck and forearms

    Melasma comes in definite patterns that are easy to recognize as freckle-like spots on the skin or rough brown patches that get bigger over time. Here are a few of them:

    • Malar pattern: This happens on the nose and cheeks
    • Mandibular pattern: starts to form around the jawline
    • Brachial melasma: This shows up on the shoulders, upper arms, and shoulders.
    • Lateral cheek pattern: grows in the same way on both sides of the face over the cheek.
    • Central facial pattern: forehead, cheeks, nose, and upper lips

    So, if most of the discoloration you see is on your face, you might have crooked Melasma.

    If you have these signs of melasma, you should talk to an experienced and professional dermatologist at Bodyclinix. They can help you find the right treatments, products, and procedures to get rid of this skin condition and give you back the clear, even skin tone you lost because of the disorder and the false treatments you got.

    As Bodyclinix has experts with years of experience in the medical field who sees a wide range of cosmetic and clinical skin conditions almost every day, no matter what colour the patient’s skin is, irritated or inflamed skin poses a risk of turning darker than the patient’s baseline colour, there are variety of treatment options available for getting rid of uneven tone due to it.

    Causes of Melasma:

    Certain Medications:

    As was already said, melasma is more likely to happen on skin that is irritated. Still, there are some topical treatments and skin care/cosmetic products that irritate the skin and make melasma get worse. Family Tree: More than 30% of people with melasma, whether they are men or women (especially in Japan), have a history of pigment disorder in their family. The mother, grandmother, or sister who has cogeital irregularity in dermal pigmentation can pass it on to their children. So, genes are to blame once again. Check your family tree to see if anyone else in your family has this skin condition or has had it in the past. Doing so would help some with self-diagnosis or give your doctor important information that could help him or her figure out what's wrong.


    Hormonal changes during pregnancy are often thought to be the main cause of melasma (mainly in the second or third trimester of pregnancy). The link between pregnancy and melasma (which is called "chloasma" during pregnancy). Studies are still being done to find out what the real role of pregnancy is in Melasma. However, some amazing facts have been learned from the studies that have been done. Hormones like progesterone, oestrogen, and melanocortin levels that get too high during pregnancy are thought to be the main cause of melasma in pregnant women. The good news is that most women who have Melasma while they are pregnant say it goes away after they give birth. But a certain type of melasma that can show up in non-pregnant women because of changes in hormones needs to be fixed. Different methods, such as chemical peels, skin creams, dermabrasion, and microdermabrasion, may be needed to get rid of the problem.

    Treatments that might throw off the balance of hormones

    If the condition is caused by hormones, progesterone is thought to be the most likely cause. During the second and third trimesters of pregnancy, women have more progesterone in their bodies, which causes this pigmentation problem.

    Replacement of hormones

    Changes in the balance of hormones can also cause Melasma in people who are getting hormone replacement therapy. Also, melasma is more common in women over menopause who get progesterone as part of hormone replacement therapy. Women who only get oestrogen (not progesterone) and who are getting hormone replacement therapy are much less likely to get the skin disorder. Control of births Pills or birth control? Women who use birth control pills or contraceptives or have implants like intrauterine devices (IUD) may also be at risk for this disorder. This is because the body's levels of the hormones oestrogen and progesterone are all over the place.

    Sun Exposure

    Sun exposure is still one of the most common reasons why both men and women have problems with their skin's pigmentation. It may not only cause Melasma, but also sun damage to the skin in the form of blotchy patches, brown spots, dryness, etc. When people spend too much time in the sun, the melanocytes in their bodies become active and start making more melanin.

    Some people only have melasma for a few months or years, but other people can have it for many years or even for the rest of their lives. In these situations, the best thing to do is to get help from a professional. Your melasma can be treated by our skin experts at Bodyclinix in a few different ways:


    Small amounts of pharmaceutical drugs, vitamins, plant extracts, homoeopathy, lightening agents, anti-aging compounds, and other ingredients are injected just below the surface of the skin as part of this treatment. This direct penetration has a big effect on the area of interest quickly and produces results that can be seen with less downtime.

    For more intense pigmentation like Melasma, skin irregularities, and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, Mesotherapy is the best way to get lightening agents like Vitamin C and Glutathione directly into the skin layers. In just 3 or 4 sessions, you can see improvement.

    Not only is it the best way to treat melasma, but it also helps get rid of fine lines and wrinkles, heals sun-damaged skin, and gives the skin a "jewel glow." Filling in scars, especially ones caused by acne, can be done by putting things like hyaluronic acid on the scars. Mesotherapy is a good treatment because it is less expensive than fillers and gives dramatic results after just a few sessions.


    To peel off the top layers of skin, vacuum suction and abrasive materials like aluminium oxide crystals or small diamond chips are used. The vacuum pressure is changed based on how well the skin can handle it and how sensitive it is. Microdermabrasion is a technique that has been shown to help melasma. However, most people don't see or expect noticeable results after just one or two treatments.

    Regular microdermabrasion treatments, as prescribed by the laser therapist, may help to reduce the appearance of Melasma. This is because this treatment helps to speed up cell turnover, which gets rid of cells that are already damaged by the hyperpigmentation. Remember that you should never try this kind of procedure without the help of a trained expert. Treatments with microdermabrasion can last anywhere from a few minutes to an hour. After microdermabrasion, there is little to no downtime. Microdermabrasion can cause new skin problems if the doctor doesn't take into account the patient's skin type.

    The best results come from a combination of multiple microdermabrasion treatments, creams, and sunblocks.


    Have you thought about whether there are any types of Melasma that are hard to treat? Yes, the most difficult type of melasma to treat is the one on the skin. Someone might need a laser that can go deep into the dermis. Dermal melasma is most often treated with lasers at low fluence, which is the most powerful laser method.

    Fractional laser is another laser treatment for melasma that has shown good results on a wide range of skin colours and types. This laser breaks the beam of laser light into smaller pieces that can be used to treat the skin more deeply and effectively without burning it.

    Laser and photo facials (Laser Toning is done to remove pigmentation)

    An IPLTM photo facial can be a big help for people with sun-damaged, discoloured, blotchy skin, pores, freckles, fine lines, or wrinkles. After an Intense Pulsed Light Treatment (IPLTM) photofacial, people with naturally dark skin or skin that has been burned by the sun may notice changes in the colour of their skin. Also, anyone taking the drug Accutane can't get an IPLTM photofacial for at least 6 months after they stop taking it.

    Carbon Blasting

    Carbon blasting is a peeling treatment that works best for people with oily skin, dull skin, acne, blackheads, and large pores on the face or body. It is an effective way to rejuvenate and exfoliate dull, dead skin, giving it a fresh look right away and leaving behind skin that is fairer, firmer, and softer.

    In this method, a layer of liquid carbon is put on the affected skin, where it goes deep into the pores. Carbon parts are very attracted to laser light. When the laser light passes over the area, it destroys the carbon, taking the dead skin cells, oil, bacteria, and infections with it. This procedure has many benefits for the skin, such as getting rid of oil, reducing acne, cleaning, exfoliating, and reviving the skin.

    Cosmelan Peels or ZO Peels for Melasma

    Cosmelan Peel is a drug procedure that is mostly used to treat different kinds of dark spots on the face, neck, and hands. This peel can help even out skin tone and make it look more radiant. It takes less than 10 minutes to do a Cosmelan peel, and the person getting the peel can take it off at home with regular water. ZO 3 Peel is an exfoliating peel that is used to treat Melasma. It works by helping both ZO Skin's daily healthy skin care routine and ZO Medical's therapeutic mechanisms to stretch and stimulate their potential. ZO Peels are made to be used in a series of treatments to restore and refresh the skin's health over time.

    The ZO 3 peel takes off the top layers of skin, nourishes the deeper layers, and helps the skin cells work better. It also helps reduce skin burns from things like peels, pollution, hormones, and the sun. ZO 3 peel also makes wrinkles, fine lines, large or open pores, acne, rough texture, dull skin, and sun damage better. The peel is interesting because it works well and is safe for all skin types and tones.

    Routine Following Treatment

    Although the procedure is actually harmless, there can be minor melasma removal side effects at first, which will pass. We advise our patients to remember a few things if they are undergoing melasma removal.

    Here are some things to remember for melasma removal near me:

    • Use sunscreen frequently to prevent melasma or sunblock that has Mexoryl or a physical sunscreen with a whitish tint while being cautious.
    • Use creams and lotions with vitamin C as an ingredient sometimes to increase collagen. Afterward, apply sunscreen.
    • Make the most of the dermatologist-recommended Clindamycin if your skin is prone to acne.

    So, if you are looking forward to getting an effective experience at affordable melasma removal cost in Delhi, contact us instantly!


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