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What Is Melasma?

Numerous people deal with melasma at some point, which happens when uneven blotches of darkened skin appear on the face, forearms, and neck. These tan, gray, or brown patches typically appear symmetrically on the forehead, cheeks, nose, upper lip, or chin. Melasma appears more frequently among ladies with darker skin tones and can be caused by UV exposure or hormonal changes, such as those accompanying menopause and pregnancy.


We offer melasma treatment at Luxe Nova Medical Aesthetics & Wellness with Alma Harmony® XL PRO laser technology. This innovative approach employs gentle light energy to help minimize the visibility of darkly pigmented areas of melasma. Reserve an appointment at our Concord, NH location to learn if laser treatment for melasma can help restore your self-confidence and rejuvenate your complexion.

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What causes Melasma?

As a prevalent skin concern, melasma can occur anytime throughout an individual's life. It is generally thought to be caused by hormones, such as those that accompany pregnancy and birth control medications. Additional causes typically associated with melasma are damage from UV rays, stress, and genetics.

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What Is The Cost Of Laser Melasma Treatment?

At Luxe Nova Medical Aesthetics, the price of laser melasma treatment is calculated according to personal skin concerns. Our team will create a treatment plan to help target your desired results and discuss the simple payment methods accepted at our Concord, NH facility.

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How does laser treatment for Melasma work?

When utilizing Harmony XL PRO laser technology, our staff will direct targeted light-based energy into melasmic patches on the skin. The light will effectively help to break down hyperpigmentation, which your body can absorb. Even though these areas may take on a darker appearance at first, they will most likely become less noticeable after about a week or so.

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Does melasma come back after laser treatment?

Though laser treatments can decrease melasma's look, other brown, gray, or tan areas can still occur as time goes on. A series of procedures might be suggested to help preserve your results.

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