Melasma treatment in Noida

Melasma is a common skin condition that is characterized by patches of dark, hyperpigmented patches on face. Sometimes it can extend to another body parts like neck, forearms. It primarily affects women, although men can also develop melasma.

The exact cause of melasma is not fully understood, but several factors are believed to contribute to its development. The primary factors include:

  • Hormonal influences like pregnancy, oral contraceptive pills

  • UV radiations/ sun exposure

  • Genetic predisposition

  • Medicines like anti-seizure drugs

  • Thyroid disorders

  • Idiopathic


We provide customized treatment plans for our patients to help with melasma. It's important to note that melasma can be a chronic condition, and ongoing maintenance may be required to manage the symptoms. Here are some common treatment approaches:

  • Topical Medications: Prescription-strength topical creams or ointments like hydroquinone, retinoids, corticosteroids, Azelaic acid and kojic acid etc. are often prescribed to treat the melasma.

  • Chemical Peels: Chemical peels involve applying a solution to the skin that causes exfoliation and removal of the top layers, revealing lighter skin underneath. We customize peels selection according to or patient’s requirement. Chemical peels with ingredients like glycolic acid, salicylic acid, jessener’s solution, azelaic acid peels, lactic acid peel, trichloroacetic acid can help improve melasma.

  • Microdermabrasion: This procedure uses a device to exfoliate the outer layer of skin, promoting skin cell turnover and reducing pigmentation irregularities. Microdermabrasion can be beneficial for melasma, particularly when combined with other treatments.

  • Laser and Light Therapies: Various laser and light-based treatments can target melanin and break up the pigment in melasma patches. These include intense pulsed light (IPL), fractional laser therapy, and Q-switched laser. These treatments require multiple sessions and are usually performed by a dermatologist or a skincare specialist.