What is melasma?

“It usually appears across the forehead, cheeks and upper lip in a butterfly pattern, but can also appear in single spots or patches,” says Sydney-based skin whisperer and director of Melanie Grant Skin Health, Melanie Grant. “This type of pigment often presents during pregnancy, hormone replacement therapy or for those of us on the pill. It can also appear without any of the above factors.”

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