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Tuesday, April 10, 2018
In the feature, Dr Granite explains that it's more common in women, with 90% of cases occurring in women aged between 20-50. Hormones play a part in melasma such as pregnancy, the Pill and medical conditions that affect hormones. Additionally, factors such as heat and exposure to UV rays may exasperate the condition.
Chemical peels can be a good solution for treating melasma, Dr Granite advises, "Ask your dermatologist about a peel that contains trichloroacetic acid (TCA) and alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs), which have been shown to have good results when it comes to easing pigmentation."
The new generation of peels at the Cadogan Clinic allows the treatment to be tailored to address the concerns of each individual. They are designed to exfoliate the skin to create fresh new skin cells.
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To book an appointment with Dr Granite or to enquire about the range of peels on offer please call 0808 250 6829.