Melasma Treatment in Boston, MA

Melasma is a form of hyperpigmentation that causes dark patches on the skin. If your melasma makes you feel self-conscious, our melasma treatments may be able to help. At Regeneris Boston, we offer effective melasma treatments to patients in and around Boston, MA. Find out how our services can work for you. 

What is Melasma Treatment?

Melasma treatment is a procedure designed to lighten the dark spots on the skin. These patches often appear on the face, and commonly affect pregnant women. That said, both women and men are susceptible to melasma and, as a result, can benefit from treatment.

How Much Does Melasma Treatment Cost?

The cost of melasma treatment is calculated on an individual basis. This allows our team to create a treatment that is especially tailored to your needs. Your personalized pricing will be calculated at the time of your consultation.

Our team understands that melasma treatment may not be covered by insurance. That is why we are proud to accept a wide range of payment options, including financing through CareCredit® and Union Medical Credit.

Am I a Candidate for Melasma Treatment?

If you are suffering from hyperpigmentation and have been diagnosed with melasma, you could be an excellent candidate for treatment. That said, the best way to determine your candidacy for this or any procedure is to schedule a consultation.

How is Melasma Treatment Performed?

Your melasma treatment will be designed according to your goals and current condition. Treatment options include:

  • Topical Steroids
  • Chemical Peels
  • Microdermabrasion

To understand which method of treatment will be best for you, do not hesitate to contact us.

What is Recovery Like After Melasma Treatment?

Recovery after melasma treatment will depend upon the elected procedure. Rest assured that our team will discuss the specifics of your procedure during your consultation.

How Long Will My Melasma Treatment Results Last?

The results of your melasma treatment are designed to be long-lasting. While pregnant women with melasma may find the symptoms disappear after birth, others may find additional follow-ups are necessary to ensure the condition does not return or worsen. Regardless of the cause of your melasma, limiting sun exposure, applying sunscreen, and wearing protective clothing are all excellent ways to maintain healthy skin, for the long-term.

At Regeneris Boston, we understand how important it is to look and feel like your best self. If you are struggling with the dark patches of melasma, our melasma treatments may be able to help. Our practice is convenient for residents of Boston, Cape Cod, Attleboro, and the surrounding Massachusetts communities. To learn more and to schedule your consultation, do not hesitate to contact us