Treatment of melasma, freckles and dark spots

Melasma, freckles and dark spots are problem for many people. We believe that everyone wishes to have a beautiful face without dark spots. It can be treated. Check out this article, we have some tips to treat melasma, freckles and dark spots to guide you.

What does “Melasma” look like?

Melasma is black or light brown dark circles. It usually occurs in the cheekbones, forehead and chin area. Most of the time, it is more common in women than men between the ages of 25-55. Especially Asians. It is considered a very common skin problem. Other related factors such as genetics, oral contraceptives, pregnancy, hormone therapy, skin color and makeup can also be triggering factors.


Type of melasma

1. Epidermal type

It occurs around the epidermis or epidermis. It is dark brown to grayish black. It happens easily and clearly, but can be cured in short time.


2. Dermal type

It occurs in the dermis from the overproduction of melanin pigment abnormally. It has a light brown, gray or bluish gray color. It is more difficult to treat than Epidermal type.


3. Vascular melasma

It has a red, vein-like or reddish-brown appearance. It is caused by blood disorders and hormonal changes within the body. People with vascular melasma have a face that gets red easily when exposed to the sun.


In addition to “acne, melasma, dark spots” that are considered problems, “freckles” are considered another skin problem on the face as well.

“Freckles”, What does it look like?

“Freckles” Freckles are brown or black spots that can spread on the face, neck, or body exposed to sunlight. It is caused by a malfunction of the melanin pigment that malfunctions and is unable to protect against sunlight. Causes of freckles include age, sunlight, genetics, etc.


Type of freckle

  1. Shallow freckles

    It is a small brown spot, no more than 0.5 cm. It is usually found spreading all over the face. The color tends to get darker in the sun and will fade without long exposure to the sun.


  2. Deep freckles

    It is a dark brown or black spot. It is usually found on both cheekbones. Of all the freckles, they are the most difficult to treat and take quite a long time. Because of the deep pigment


  3. Freckles from sunlight

    It is a brown spot and is often seen in older people or people who work in the sun for long periods of time.


Tips for treating melasma, freckles


Initially, the doctor will analyze the patient’s melasma and freckles in order to assess the type and choose the most effective treatment. We offer two methods of treatment, Pico laser and Meso Arbutin injection, as follows:

Pico laser to treat melasma, freckles, and dark spots


The Pico laser is the latest technology that is very interesting because it has been developed to change the way high-frequency lasers work to destroy abnormal pigments. it will be destroyed by Photoacoustic with Selective Photothermolysis for the most effective treatment results.

It can not only destroy melasmas, freckles, and dark spots, but it can also heal scars, acne scars, tattoos and promote clear skin.

How does Pico laser work?


It will send laser energy into the abnormal pigment. With very high-frequency light energy, the pigments are arranged in a dense cluster or in the area of blemish, freckles, and dark spots are dispersed and absorbed from the body without heat accumulation. The abnormal pigment has faded since the first treatment. There are research results that acknowledge the effectiveness of treating melasma, freckles, dark spots and redness that it is effective and safe with the highest standards in this era.

Important!! No irritation, no pain, no risk of burns and safe as well as no side effects. It’s like a traditional laser treatment. It can continue the treatment and see faster results.


Treatment of melasma and freckles with Pico laser

Step 1: Cleanse your face first.

Step 2: Put on the eye shield to prevent the light from affecting the eyes.


Step 3: During the laser, there will be staff blowing cool air along with the laser.

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The treatment of melasma, freckles, and dark spots with Pico laser will not only make the pigment disperse faster, but also stimulate the production of elastin and new collagen in the enormous deep skin layers. The skin is clear, smooth, wrinkles are reduced and pores are tightened at the same time.

How many treatments do I need to see results?

It varies from person to person and depends on the thickness and intensity of the freckles and dark spots. For best results, you should at least have 3-10 treatments every two weeks in a row.

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 2. Meso Arbutin injection to treat melasma, freckles, and dark spots.

The doctor will use Meso Therapy, a unique formula called Alpha-Arbutin In the right amount mixed into the mesotherapy to stimulate the skin to inhibit the production of melanin pigment from the beginning. It will reduce the different pigmentation on the skin to reduce dark circles, dark spots and melasma, freckles or dark spots on the face. It is an injection of the drug directly into the patient’s subcutaneous layer. The drug can be absorbed into the skin immediately.

Meso Arbutin injection process to treat melasma, freckles, and dark spots are as follows:

Step 1: The doctor prepares the medication.
Step 2: Spray at various points all over the face to spread the drug.

How many treatments do I need to see results?

Mesotherapy injections to treat melasma, freckles and dark spots will see results from the 1st-2nd session. However, it will vary from person to person as well. For best results, you should at least have a regular treatment every 1-2 weeks. It will help fade melasma, freckles and dark spots and make the skin clearer.

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Taking care of yourself after treating melasma, freckles, and dark spots to get good results.

  1. Patients should avoid direct sunlight for a long time. If necessary, you should apply sunscreen with SPF50 PA+++ or higher, and should be reapplied every two hours including wearing a hat or carrying an umbrella.
  2. In everyday life, you should apply sunscreen with SPF30 PA+++ or higher, whether you are doing outdoor activities or in the office.

And this is the way to treat melasma, freckles and dark spots that we would like to recommend. For good results and cost-effective treatment, you should consult a professional doctor and choose a reliable clinic before making a decision every time.

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