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Is melasma genetic ?

hi. i am 27 year old and deliver a baby boy (4 MONTH) . I have malasma on my face this is present before pregnency also and even these were started to flareup from when i was 24 year old. I have consult to dermatolosist, he advise me (Hydroquenone and suncross sunscream) but due to hydroq. i feel redness & more flare then after i used Kojic acid since 2 year i feel some better and i havedone peeling by glycolic acid(35%) after every 2 month these were all befor pregnancy but now what can i do & plz tell me becoz my elder sis ,elder brother and younger brither also have same pattern of pigmentation and started in almost 24-25 year. i cant face sun exposer even for 5 minut cholasma become prominant. lz give me suggestion and permanent treatment. thanks Delhi
Asked On : Mon, 14 Mar 2011
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  Anonymous's Response
‘Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum’
Moth spots Or chloasma is common after pregnacy.
it can be treated effectively with homeopathy.
Sepia 30 6pills thrice will give you benefit with in a month
wish you good health!
Answered: Mon, 14 Mar 2011
Internal Medicine Specialist Dr. Jasvinder Singh's  Response
Welcome to HealthcareMagic. Effective treatment options for chloasma include treatment with vitamin C and hydrocortisone, peel with carbon dioxide snow and alexandrite and ND-Yag Q-Switched laser treatment preceded by a hydroquinone-based application.

Hope it helps you. Regards.
Answered: Mon, 14 Mar 2011
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