By Dr. Pranjal Shamsher, Skin Consultant, January 29, 2018
Although the aging process plays a role in skin changes, the hormonal shifts of menopause hasten the appearance of pigmentation. One such pigmentation usually affects the face and is called Melasma. Melasma is caused by over-activity of the melanocytes which secrete excess melanin. The excess melanin gets deposited in the outer layer of the skin causing butterfly-shaped pigmentation on the face. Though the excess melanin can be removed from the surface, the overactive melanocytes secrete it again making the patch reappear. This becomes a never-ending cycle. To treat Melasma one needs to thus stabilize the overactive melanocytes than merely peeling the skin from the surface. Discover more about Melasma HERE
Dr. Pranjal Shamsher is the first Skin Doctor in Bangalore to offer natural, non-surgical, and non-invasive treatments for skin disorders. With over 25 years of experience in the field of Skin and Dermatology, Dr. Pranjal Shamsher has devised a unique Multi-Therapy approach involving the use of several therapies at the same, to treat the most stubborn, obstinate, and long-standing Acne with 100% side-effect-free results. She integrated the Multi-Therapy approach into the pigmentation treatment has helped many chronic disease sufferers to recover safely without any side effects.
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