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Kandhei, 21 August 2017 1:02

I have a melasma problem in my chik from last 2 years. I have tried allopathic medicine but not got success. So please give me the treatment. My age is 28 female. I don't have this problem in my family

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Doctor's Ayurvedic Advice:-

Melasma is the hyperpigmentation of the skin seen during pregnancy. It persists in some of them due to the hormonal variations. Ayurvedic medicines can be taken internally and medicated oil applied externally will be beneficial to fade the hyperpigmented patches.

Ayurvedic medicines like Khadira aristam, Kaisora guggulu and Manibahadra gudam - 1tsp at bed time after food can be taken for a month and then reviewed. Eladi thailam can be applied externally in the face.

Include ginger, snake gourd, mung dal, turmeric, gooseberry and coriander. Reduce excess cold refrigerated foods, fried, sweet and salty foods. Drink enough water, sleep well, exercise regularly or yogasanas will be beneficial to the skin and will also help to reduce the hyperpigmentation.

posted by Dr.Ramani on 24 August 2017

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