What is Melasma?
Melasma occurs when the pigment-producing cells of the skin, called melanocytes, begin to produce too much pigment. This leads to the development of large tan to brown patches on the skin. It may appear on the cheeks, cheekbones, chin, nose, forehead, eyebrows, or upper lip. In patients with significant UV exposure, melasma occasionally appears on the forearms and neck. in all skin tones but is more common in patients with darker skin tones. Melasma can be more common in some families.
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