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Treating Melasma in Black, Ethnic & Hispanic Skin

The topic we’re covering today is melasma, defined as: patches of dark skin that appear on areas of the face usually do to exposure to the sun. We’re making special mention to black, Hispanic and Indian skin, but anyone who experiences epidermal or dermal melasma can benefit from this video.

9 Responses so far.

  1. Jagdeep kaur says:

    Problem-Dark eye circle and uneven face skin . Which product can be useful. Background is indian.

  2. Lee says:

    I have melasma around cheeks and other areas on the faces. I have tried many different products and has not help. After watching your video, i think I have derma melasma. I am also on hormone med too. any advice?

    • SkinRenewalMethod says:

      Please see a dermatologist. The hormone meds you’re on may be contributing to the Melasma as well. Best advice is to consult with the prescribing physician.

  3. Viv says:

    Hi I’m of Hispanic descent however I am not dark , I would say medium tone however I do have dark pigment in my skin , my problem is skin discolouration in my groin area and private areas what treatment do u recommend?

  4. Sundeigo says:

    Hi Eva
    Have u created any product for dermal melasma on upper lip?

    • SkinRenewalMethod says:

      Hello,

      Thank you very much for your interest in my products. Upper lip melasma takes a very very long time to treat. It’s one of the most difficult areas to lighten. If you have the patience and you understand that there aren’t any miracles in a bottle (and you stay out of the sun!, apply sunscreen on, and wear a wide brimmed hat on a daily basis) then there are two steps you should follow:

      1st part of treatment (AHA Mandelic Acid Level 1) for first three to four weeks: http://www.skinrenewalmethod.com/aha-mandelic-acid-complete-line-level-1/
      2nd part of treatment (AHA Mandelic Acid Level 2) following first part of treatment, can be used couple of times per week: http://www.skinrenewalmethod.com/level-2-aha-20-mandelic-acid-1oz-85/

      I hope this helps. If you have any additional questions please let me know. Take good care, Eva.

  5. Salimsajeev says:

    Black skin care face