How thyroid causes melasma

How thyroid causes melasma

How thyroid causes melasma

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Are you tired of the skin pigmentation condition known as melasma, the dark brown skin patches on your face? Do you know Melasama can be caused by the thyroid gland. So today in this article we will learn about how thyroid causes Melasma and how we can cure Melasma.

At Urban Skin & Hair clinic our skin specialist does proper diagnosis of your melasma skin problem and creates a customized treatment plan for your problem which is safe, effective and affordable. We have a Melasma treatment Clinic in Pune & a Melasma treatment in Mumbai.

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How do thyroid causes Melasma?

As per the research there is no exact reason for causing melasma but as per the dermatologist and skin specialist it’s believed that melasma is caused by hormonal imbalance especially in women. Due to hormonal imbalance it triggers by underactive gland know as hypothyroidism (a thyroid gland)

Thyroid glands help to produce hormones which regulate the body’s metabolism and energy level of your body. But due to improper functioning of thyroid glands which can lead to an increase in estrogen production in your body and estrogen can stimulate melanin production in your skin.

Thyroid dysfunctioning not only causes sudden change in estrogen level but it also affects your immune system which leads to skin inflammation and this skin inflammation can trigger melanocytes, a cell which is responsible for producing melanin and it may lead to pigmentation production in your skin.

Now you know how thyroid causes Melasma skin pigmentation condition. Now let’s explore how we treat Melasma in Skin Clinic in Pune and Skin Clinic Mumbai.

How to treat melasma caused by thyroid?

When it comes to treating melasma caused due to thyroid there are lots of effective treatment solutions like changing in lifestyle, using thyroid hormone replacement therapy or adjusting your medicinal dosage.

In our clinic we use this advance melasma treatment therapy to get rid of melasma due to thyroid which are as follows:-

1. Chemical Peels

In this treatment procedure we apply chemical solution on your skin which helps to remove all dead skins and make your skin smoother and help to get an even skin tone.

2. Using Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy is one of the best and effective ways to treat Melasma skin problems as per our Dr. Nitin a Skin Specialist. In this technique we use laser targeted beams to break you skin pigmentation and which help to reduce your melasma and make your skin spot free.

3. Microdermabrasion Technique

In this technique we use a device which helps to gently exfoliate your skin and which help to improve your skin texture and helps to reduce melasma from your skin.

4. Using Topical Creams

Using topical creams to treat melasma causes due to thyroid this melasma creams helps you to lighten and reduce the melasma skin pigmentation. Topical creams are infused with chemicals hydroquinone, tretinoin, and azelaic acid which help to prevent the production of melanin in the skin.

Before using creams it’s better to visit a melasma treatment specialist who has years of experience in treating melasma skin condition.

Conclusion of How thyroid causes Melasma

Melasma is one of the most common skin conditions people face as there are several factors which can lead to melasma skin problems and thyroid is one of them. Melasma is easy to cure and with porper guidance you can prevent melasma.

At our Urban Skin and Hair Clinic we have a team of melasma specialists who do proper diagnosis and prepare a customized melasma treatment plan which is safe, effective and pocket friendly. If you are looking for best melasma treatment in Pune, Pimple Gurav or Melasma treatment in Andheri West, Mumbai then feel free to contact us or call us on 78218 20989

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