Pregnancy and Melasma

May 7, 2010

Are you pregnant and have noticed that you are suffering from discoloration, especially around your nose, cheeks and forehead?  While this may be alarming, it is also quite benign and normal, especially if you are expecting.

These discolorations or dark spots are actually called Melasma and are a direct result of hormonal imbalances in the body.  So, how can you get rid of these spots?  The single most important thing to remember is to stay away from direct sunlight.  Unfortunately, the sun’s rays are very harmful to human skin so applying generous amounts of sunscreen when leaving your house is highly recommended.  The good news is that if you do stay away from sunlight and apply sunscreen diligently, your brown spots will lessen after you give birth.  However, for many women there will always remain some reminders of the spots – and this is where finding a cure that will “remove” these spots permanently is important.

Many people consider over the top cosmetics treatments such as chemical peels.  Unfortunately, these procedures are both unnecessary and quite scary for no good reasons.  Although there might be legitimate uses for chemical peels,   they are not necessary when it comes to treating Melasma.

Fortunately, treating this skin pigmentation disorder is much easier – especially since there is a cream that has been specifically designed for this type of disorder.  This cream has been around for 30 years and is currently being prescribed by many health care providers around the world.

By simply using the cream, in the recommended dosage, for a period of 14 days, you will immediately see a huge difference in your skin pigmentation.  This cream’s main function is to remove the “dead skin”cells that form the Melasma  and replaces it with healthy skin cells – the difference is amazing and obvious.

While many other skin creams claim to clear up skin disorders, they simply work on masking and covering up the damaged skin cells – it does nothing to replenish the healthy skin cells.

If you are suffering from Melasma, do not despair.  With the right sunscreen and the right skin cream, your skin can look rejuvenated and healthy once again.  All thanks to a little cream that will give  you big results.

Previous post:

Next post: