Melasma: Decrease Underlying Redness
How to Treat
Studies also show that many cases of melasma have a vascular component. While this underlying redness is typically not visible to the naked eye, evaluation with different wavelengths of light found significant redness in melasma lesions. While the reasoning behind this increased vascularity in melasma has not yet been identified, using topical products and treatments designed to reduce visible redness may assist in lessening the appearance and controlling melasma.
this underlying redness is typically not visible to the naked eye, evaluation with