Acidified Amino Acids in the Management of Melasma

Melasma is an acquired hyperpigmentary disorder that primarily occurs in the sun-exposed facial regions of darker-skinned women. Lesions may present as tan, brown, blue, or black macules and patches in the centrofacial, malar, or mandibular regions. As well as a sun-induced etiology, an estrogen-related link to this condition has been reported. It is thought that … Continue reading Acidified Amino Acids in the Management of Melasma