Chemical exfoliation is a procedure that uses glycolic acid or similar abrasive chemical substances to peel off the outer layer of skin affected by melasma. In addition, you can also use DermClear as a medicine to cure melasma. You can visit our website to find more information about DermClear and find out what DermClear can do.

Here is how to do chemical peeling:

– The skin is smeared with liquid chemicals resulting in a mild burning sensation. When the top layer is peeling off, the new and melasma-free skin will appear. However, this procedure does not prevent melasma if you do not overcome the hormonal balance that causes it.

– Although glycolic acid is one of the most commonly used options, the other common option is trichloroacetic acid, a chemical compound similar to vinegar. Exfoliation done with these chemicals is somewhat more pain afterward but is a good option for severe cases of melasma.

Discuss microdermabrasion and dermabrasion. During this treatment, the top layer of skin is gently exfoliated and replaced with a clean and melasma-free skin. Dermabrasion and microdermabrasion are medical procedures that essentially peel off the skin surface layer using abrasion material. During the dermabrasion procedure, fine crystals are rubbed on the skin. These crystals are quite abrasive to remove dead skin cells and remove the affected skin melasma. Usually, you can go through five procedures, each within two to four weeks. You can also choose treatment every four to eight weeks if the cause of melasma has not been addressed.

Be careful with laser treatments. Although some laser treatments can help to remove the affected skin melasma, some of them can actually aggravate it. Treat laser treatment only if done by a licensed professional expert. Look for a dual or restorative laser treatment that only targets the pigment on the surface of the skin.