How to treat postpartum melasma?

How to treat postpartum melasma? 5


Melasma is a common problem in pregnant and postpartum women.

Sunlight: Regular exposure to direct sunlight leads to the production of abnormal amounts of melanin.

Improper skin care: Most postpartum women often do not take care of their skin like before.

Melasma often appears in areas such as the forehead, cheeks, nose and around the lips.

Taking care of your skin and avoiding the sun carefully can reduce skin pigmentation.

Creams, topical medications or modern treatment methods such as laser, facial electrophoresis, HA injections, microneedling… can improve melasma.

Vitamin C helps reduce melanin production, increase skin protection, and reduce the harmful effects of sunlight.

Carotenoids are antioxidants often found in carrots, pumpkins, peaches, and sweet potatoes, helping to protect cells from free radicals and limit damage caused by sunlight.

Even if you’re busy taking care of your children, you should spend 15-20 minutes to take care of your skin, including cleansing, moisturizing, exfoliating, applying skin-brightening serum, and avoiding the sun thoroughly.

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