About Hyperpigmentation & Melasma
Melasma, a type of hyperpigmentation, is a skin condition that causes dark splotches on the skin that contrast with the lightness of the surrounding unaffected skin. Melasma, also referred to as “chloasma” or the “pregnancy mask,” are dark, discoloured spots that range in size from tiny, freckle-like dots to large patches. Melasma most commonly appears on the cheeks, forehead, chin, and bridge of the nose, but it can also be found on the forearms and neck.
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