How to Cure Melasma at Home Naturally

How to Cure Melasma at Home Naturally

Any form of discoloration noted on the facial skin gives rise to cosmetic concerns.  Melasma is a case of hyperpigmentation of the facial skin usually found, but not exclusively, in women.  Home remedies for treating melasma are often cheaper, effective, and definitely a more safe option.


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What is Melasma?

 Cure Melasma at Home

Hyperpigmentation is excessive pigmentation on the skin occurring when the melanocytes become overactive, with the emphasize more on sun-exposed areas.  Melasma is hyperpigmentation of the facial skin characterized by dark patches of discoloration generally formed on the cheeks, nose, and forehead.

Melasma typically presents itself in a centro-facial pattern involving the forehead, nose, cheeks, upper lip, and chin.  The less common patterns are the malar pattern, involving the cheeks and nose; and the mandibular pattern, involving the side of the cheeks and jawline.


Natural Treatments Cure Melasma Caused by:

–          Ageing process.

–          Hormone imbalance.

–          Family history.

–          Stress, anxiety.

–          Pregnancy.

–          Side effects of medications.

–          Allergic reaction to certain cosmetics.


Types of Melasma:

Melasma can either be epidermal, involving only the top skin layer; or dermal, that involves the deeper tissue levels, and generally difficult to treat.


Treatment Options:

The available options to treat melasma successfully are bleaching creams, laser treatments, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and above all sunscreen lotions.


Natural Treatments That Can Cure Melasma:

–          The acetic acid present in apple cider vinegar helps in lightening pigmented skin areas.  Acetic acid is a natural skin whitening and brightening agent.  Apply apple cider vinegar mixed with water, in equal amounts, to the area regularly to lighten the discoloration.

–          Lemon has natural bleaching properties.  Apply lemon juice to the area regularly to lighten the marks.

–          Melasma occurs due to skin cell oxidation.  Vitamin C rich diet is recommended since it enhances collagen production and is a natural antioxidant.  Papaya, orange, strawberries, broccoli, bell peppers, peaches and tomatoes are all a rich source of vitamin C.

–          Grape seed extract helps to protect the cells from damage caused by oxidation.  Make tea from 2 tsp green tea leaves and add 1 tsp grape seed extract.  Consume regularly to reduce melasma marks.

–          Licorice extract is a natural skin whitening agent.  The compound glabridin inhibits excess skin pigmentation.  Thus regular applications of licorice extract to the facial skin help reducing melasma marks gradually.

–          Mix evening primrose oil, vitamin E, together with some pure aloe vera gel and apply regularly to help reduce skin darkening.

–          Extract juice from an onion and mix with equal parts of apple cider vinegar.  Apply this mixture to the area twice a day regularly to lighten melasma marks.

–          Exfoliating the outer dead layer of skin regularly enables skin lightening and generation of new skin cells giving an even skin tone.  Mash papaya and pineapple in equal quantities and mix 1 tbsp honey to the mashed fruit pulps.  Apply and wash it off with clear water after 20 min to gradually minimize discoloration of the skin.

Remember whatever option you choose, the results are not immediate.  Even the best option takes time to show improvement.  Although melasma is not a harmful condition, when its appearance is accompanied by unusual signs and symptoms, seek medical help. 


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