Melasma

Homeopathic Remedies:

Sulphur
Skin affection after local medication. Old looking. Spotted face. Skin dry, rough, wrinkled, scaly; Itching, violently at night. Scrofulous diathesis. Liver spots.  Unbreakable itching, especially from warmth. Dirty, filthy people, prone to skin affection. 
Lycopodium Clavatum
Grayish-yellow discoloration of the face, with blue circles around the eyes. Brown spot on face and nose. Carbo nitrogenoid constitution. Craves everything warm.
Sepia Offincinalis

Chloasma; yellow spots [moth spots] the on the face, and a yellow saddle across the upper part of cheeks and nose. Suited to patient with having dark hair, rigid fibre. Ailments during pregnancy.

Thuja Occidentalis

Dry skin with brown spot. Hydrogenoid constitution. skin looks dirty. Face, pale, waxy, shiny; dark under eyes; spiderlets on.

Argenticum Nitricum

Face looks sunken, old, pale and bluish. Brown liver spot; irregular blotches. Skin is brown, tense and hard. A prematurely aged look. Irregular blotches

Cadmium sulphuratum

Chloasma, yellowish stains on nose and cheeks; worse from exposure to sun and wind.

Copaiva Offincinalis

Brown spot; circumscribed, lenticular patches with itching. Mottled appearance.

Guarana

Chloasma on temples and arms. intellectual excitement; uncontrollable sleepiness.

Caulophyllum Thalictroides

Discoloration of skin in women with menstrual and uterine disorders.

Plumbum metallicum

Yellow, corpse like dark brown liver spots; cheeks sunken. Skin of face is greasy, shiny. Face pale cachetic.

Curare

Red face. Dirty looking skin. Melasma.

Prevention of Chloasma, Melasma.

  • Avoiding the sun and using sunscreen are key to preventing melasma.
  • Avoid irritating the facial skin- No strong soaps or abrasive cleaners – use only a mild soap or cleanser for washing.
  • Increase intake of foods high in folic acid, dark green leafy vegetables, wheat germ, asparagus, broccoli, potatoes, whole grains, fruits and vegetables

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