At Victorian Dermal Group, we offer effective solutions that have proven instrumental in treating melasma, helping clients achieve clearer and more radiant skin.
No matter the extent of your melasma worries, we can tackle dark patches on the skin and remove signs of hyperpigmentation.
While melasma can affect many people in many different ways, our team understands how best to treat patches across the face, resulting in an even-looking skin tone we’re sure you’ll love.
Melasma on the lips is a challenging condition characterised by skin pigmentation and darkening of the skin on the upper lip.
Melasma on the lips is a challenging condition characterised by skin pigmentation and darkening of the skin on the upper lip. Its treatment often requires a specialised approach due to the lips' sensitivity and its potential to impact the client’s appearance.
Effective treatment strategies for melasma on the cheeks commonly involve a blend of topical therapies and dermatological procedures like chemical peels or laser therapy.
Melasma on the cheeks presents as distinct patches of hyperpigmentation, often intensified by sun exposure and hormonal changes. Effective treatment strategies for melasma on the cheeks commonly involve a blend of topical therapies and dermatological procedures like chemical peels or laser therapy.
Melasma on the chin can pose a cosmetic concern, prompting individuals to seek tailored skincare routines and dermatological guidance to manage and minimise its appearance.
Melasma on the chin refers to the development of dark, irregular patches on the area, often linked to hormonal fluctuations and sun exposure. It can pose a cosmetic concern, prompting individuals to seek tailored skincare routines and dermatological guidance to manage and minimise its appearance.
Addressing melasma on the nose typically entails a combination of sun protection, specialised topical treatments, and a consultation with dermatology experts to tailor a comprehensive management plan.
Melasma on the nose manifests as hyperpigmented patches, potentially leading to aesthetic discomfort. Addressing melasma on the nose typically entails a combination of sun protection, specialised topical treatments, and a consultation with dermatology experts to tailor a comprehensive management plan.
Our clinicians and specialists are experts in their field and possess the necessary knowledge and training for the successful treatment of melasma on the face.
Melasma is a common pigmentation disorder. It causes brown or grey patches to appear on the skin, mainly on the face. Women with darker skin tones are at greater risk of developing melasma as the higher concentration of melanin provides more opportunities for the pigment to become irregularly distributed.
While it doesn't pose any medical risk, melasma can be a cosmetic concern for many individuals, prompting them to seek various treatments and skincare strategies to manage its appearance.
Melasma, a common skin condition, arises from a combination of factors. For instance, hormonal changes play a pivotal role, with conditions like pregnancy, hormonal therapies, and even certain medical conditions causing shifts that stimulate pigment-producing cells - leading to excessive melanin production.
Other factors like sun exposure, genetic predisposition, heat and visible light, as well as underlying medical conditions and cosmetics, can contribute to the development of this condition. The multifaceted nature of melasma means comprehensive management and treatment are required for its removal.
Treating melasma after pregnancy involves a thoughtful approach that considers the skin's sensitivity and hormonal changes. While melasma can fade on its own after childbirth due to hormonal shifts settling down, many individuals seek treatment to expedite the process.
However, it's crucial to consult a dermatologist before undergoing any treatments, especially if breastfeeding. In some cases, dermatological procedures like chemical peels or laser therapy might be considered for postpartum melasma treatment, but these will depend on your individual circumstances.
Looking to seamlessly remove brown patches from your skin? At Victorian Dermal Clinic, we use innovative, medical-grade technology that guarantees quick results for our clients. Explore our range of industry-leading melasma treatments below.
Built with four wavelengths, this laser can target all areas of the face impacted by melasma, resulting in a clearer skin tone.
Three days ago I had a RevLite laser treatment. It evens skin tone, boosts collagen production, manages melasma, tightens pores and removes fine hairs! It’s the best beauty treatment I know, and I feel amazing every time I have one.
All the staff were so friendly, welcoming and extremely professional. I love how down to earth everyone is, and it isn’t an uptight clinician feel when you walk in. I felt really relaxed and well informed and was appreciative that they don’t put you on the spot or force you into treatments.
I met Derya during my first consultation, and she did a full skin analysis of my face. She explained to me the different treatments that would improve my skin pigmentation and texture. She was fantastic and very knowledgeable. Looking forward to starting my treatment at the clinic.
I went to the Kew location to have a consultation on the pigmentation in my skin, and I was thoroughly impressed by how professional and friendly the entire team is. I have started out with a chemical peel, and will be doing laser treatment in two weeks. Can't recommend the skincare professionals here enough!
As our reputation has grown, we’ve had the pleasure of designing skincare plans for leading models, singers, artists and influencers. Let’s do the same for you.
As a makeup artist, Suzy knows clear skin is the best foundation to start with. She loves our Clear + Brilliant laser treatment because it tightens pores and stimulates collagen, promoting the fresh-faced look she loves so much. And the reason she loves it so much? It's gentle, and suitable for many different skin types.
Despite her beautiful voice, singer Adelaide Clark has her own skin concerns. She's been carving out the time in her schedule to book treatments for a little over six months. We worked with Adelaide to formulate a tailored plan to target her skin concerns, and prevent premature ageing.
Model Lissy Jaye has a busy schedule. Between modelling shoots, self care, and socialising with friends, getting rid of unwanted hair can be a time-sucking hassle. Her life is now that much easier, after receiving laser hair removal treatments at clinic in Kew.
While complete removal of melasma pigmentation through natural methods may be challenging, certain natural approaches can help lighten its appearance over time. Consistent sun protection, using broad-spectrum sunscreen, and wearing protective clothing can prevent further darkening. Natural ingredients like vitamin C, niacinamide, licorice root extract, and alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) found in certain fruits can contribute to a gradual reduction in pigmentation. However, it's important to manage expectations, as natural remedies may take longer to show results compared to professional treatments.
Yes, melasma can occur in males as well. While it is more commonly associated with females, men can also develop melasma due to factors like sun exposure, hormonal changes, genetics, and certain medical conditions. The occurrence of melasma in males is generally less frequent, but it is still possible.
Melasma treatment for men is similar to females and may involve a combination of topical treatments, sun protection, and professional interventions based on the severity of the condition.
Hyperpigmentation is a broad term that refers to acne scarring, sun damage, and other skin conditions that cause the darkening of the skin. Melasma is its own skin disorder. It's thought to be triggered by UV exposure and hormonal fluctuations, which is what distinguishes it from hyperpigmentation.
Treatment for melasma takes time. It'll take a minimum of at least three months to see visible effects, and the amount of time it takes to reduce the appearance of melasma will depend on which treatment route you're going to take.
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