Melasma is a common chronic and recurrent disorder of hyperpigmentation that is caused by over functioning of melanocytes, which are cells that deposit melanin in the first and second layer of the skin. It is particularly common in women of reproductive age and in the areas with high amounts of sun exposure such as the face, arms, neck, and chest. Melasma can be challenging to treat therefore, an appropriate therapy such as the Aerolase Neo Elite (safe for all skin color)and skincare regimen requires a comprehensive assessment.
In order to achieve optimal results, combination therapy of the Aerolase NeoElite Laser (safe for all skin color), and skincare products are recommended such as ZO Skin Health, SkinBetter & Alastin.

To find out more about how we can help you treat your melasma, please contact us at One Clinic MD.

Treatment Times


Conditions and concerns vary among patients. Protocols generally treat mild, moderate, and severe hyperpigmentation and melasma. These protocols are ideal for pre and post-skin conditioning, and overall restoration of skin health.

Risks & adverse effects

May occur in sensitive skin areas. Products may cause short-lived anticipated mild, moderate, or severe reactions.

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