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Linked to hormonal pigmentation, (also known as chloasma) Melasma appears as symmetrical patches, like a butterfly effect. It appears on the cheek, chin and upper lip and forehead. Most commonly related to pregnancy, being on the contraceptive pill, menopause or HRT.
PIH can be found in areas of the skin that have been subjected to inflammation due to trauma, irritation or acne. It can be epidermal or dermal and increases the production of pigment.
These are caused by years of exposure to the sun or sun beds, usually appear larger than freckles and don’t fade in winter.
Antioxidant protection for cells
Degrade pigment already produced
Stimulate cell turnover
Protect against UVA & UVB