Individual results may vary



 Individual results may vary

Melasma are black or light brown patches appearing on the forehead, chin, upper cheeks and lips of both males and females, aged between 25 to 55 years. 
 

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 Individual results may vary

Preventative Measures
Utilising laser treatment is the most direct method in reducing and removing melanin pigments underneath the layer of skin. Lasers are utilised to safely diffuse the production of pigmented melanin, thus reducing and removing melasma. It is a significantly effective form of treatment to diminish the appearance of melasma and the results are long-term.  BSL Clinic’s dermatologists have the extensive knowledge and experience in accurately choosing and operating a laser for the treatment of specific skin conditions. 


Skinesia Products by BSL Clinic
They are safe products to use in the long-term to impede the black melasma pigmentation at all stages. Skinesia products are effective in reducing melasma pigmentation. In four steps, the process of skin pigmentation can be eliminated through the following:

Step 1 – Inhibit the activation of melanocyte skin cells.
Step 2 – Reduce the amount of tyrosinase enzyme, which produces melanin.
Step 3 – Prevent the occurrence in activity of the tyrosinase enzyme.
Step 4 Block the transfer of melanin into the keratinocytes, which is a type of cell located in the epidermis.

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 Individual results may vary

(The result of a patient using a chemical-based substance called hydroquinone, with the outcome of melasma)

BSL Clinic refuses to use hydroquinone, mercury, steroids or other hazardous substances in conducting its skin treatments. These hazardous substances cause skin redness, sensitivity, the appearance of vitiligo or exogenous ochronosis, a skin disorder consisting of dark patches. We suggest avoiding the use of cosmetics including whitening creams that contain chemical enhancements, preservatives or mercury substances. It is important to apply sunscreen (SPF 30+) and utilise other sun protection measures to protect the skin prior to participating in outdoor activities or direct exposure to the sun’s Ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Preventing the skin from further harm minimises the development of unwanted skin conditions. 


Before and After Treatments

Patients presented to BSL Clinic with both freckles, melasma and an uneven skin tone

Before treatment: A 45-year-old Asian female with melasma skin condition After treatment: Results after 4 laser treatment sessions


Individual results may vary

Before treatment: A patient with recalcitrant melasma appearing on both cheeks After treatment: Results after 3 laser treatment sessions
 
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Before treatment: A 42-year-old Asian female with recurrence of melasma on both cheeks

After treatment: Results after 4 laser treatment sessions

 
Individual results may vary
 
Before treatment: A patient with recalcitrant melasma appearing on both cheeks After treatment: Results after 1 laser treatment session
 
Individual results may vary
 
Before treatment: A patient with a mixed type of melasma and acne blemishes After treatment: Results after 4 laser treatment sessions
 
Individual results may vary