Woman with Freckles

Treatment for Melasma

Freckles Removal Shinagawa PH

Melasma is a very common patchy brown or blue-gray facial skin discoloration, almost entirely seen in women in the reproductive years. There are three clinically patterns; centrofacial, malar and mandibular. It is more commonly seen in patients with higher skin types. The pigment deposition can be epidermally or dermally based, with some cases involving both.

Treatment of melasma is often difficult and some may require multiple treatment modalities. The cornerstone of therapy is sun protection using broad spectrum sunscreens (with coverage for UVA and UVB). The mainstay of treatment is the use of depigmenting agents; hydroquinone, kojic acid, vitamins C and E, azelaic acid and niacinamide.

Still, melisma treatment in the Philippines is quite attainable and very possible, especially at Shinagawa PH.

In addition, the use of retinoids together with dermatological procedures such as chemical peel, microdermasion or non ablative/ ablative procedures. Aside from that, medicine for melisma in the Philippines is well within reach through different beauty products provider.

Melasma treatment price in the Philippines is also reasonable considering the wonders it can do for a person’s skin.

If you have concerns regarding occurrence of skin discoloration, make sure to consult a dermatologist.

3 replies
  1. Rod Besa
    Rod Besa says:

    Hello Sir, 


    For your skin concern we offer you the Laser Treatments like fractional laser co2, for more info please text me at 09175469301.






  2. Haydeebt@yahoo.com Tallon
    Haydeebt@yahoo.com Tallon says:

    I would like to come to your clinic for consultation but I am taking medications on various illnesses. My problem which I would like to resolve is a dark spot in my face in my knowledge and understanding I think is called melasma. Also I have some pigmentation on the other side of my face. Can you please give me a brief summary of your prices.
    Can you let me know where is your office in the Philippines? Thank you very much in deed look forward to hear from you.

    Best regard


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