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Melasma, a kind of skin pigmentation that causes grey-brown spots over the face. It has a more common problem in women than in men. It occurs mostly on the cheeks, forehead, nose, chin and above the upper lip. It can also develop on different areas of body that have too much exposure to the sun, like the fore arms and neck.

It is such a common occurrence during pregnancy that some people call it the mask of pregnancy. Hormones can trigger Melasma.

The most natural pigmentation treatment for is protection from sun. The following steps can be taken to avoid Melasma:

  • Every day application of sunscreen
  • Reapply sunscreen every two hours
  • Cosmetic surgeons also recommend a wide-brimmed hat when you are outdoors.

Another type of skin pigmentation is Solar Lentigines, commonly called sun & age or liver spots & actinic Bronzing, which is entire browning of the skin.

We at Chelsea Cosmetics offer wide range of pigmentation treatment modalities to remove skin pigments. Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) devices, chemical peels, microdermabrasion electro surgery and excisional biopsy are some of the treatments offered.

It is mandatory to book a session with physician prior to any laser or surgical procedure, as a detailed diagnosis needs to be done before treatment.

We will be happy to assist you. You can drop in to Chelsea cosmetics & evaluate your concerns. Our physicians are skilled at listening to your concerns as it will give them more clarity to meet our desired expectations.

We also redeem the consultation charge for any cosmetic treatment you choose.

While we’ve attempted to answer the most common questions in this article, you can always reach out to our team of experts on (03) 8822 3472 or at

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