Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Treatment for Melasma: Rodan + Fields Reverse Regimen



Treatment for Melasma: Rodan + Fields Reverse Regimen
If you have been admiring your end-of-the-summer tan when you suddenly notice flat, patchy brown or greyish brown smudges on your face which are lighter than moles and bigger than age spots — you might have melasma. Melasma is triggered by the sun and occurs due to changes in hormones, due to aging, pregnancy and the pill. It is 90% more common in women than men and is more likely to show up in darker complected people. Melasma is a common problem among women and is as noticeable a sign of aging as wrinkles and fine lines. Can anything be done to reverse the dark patches of melasma? YES!
Continue reading at: Treatment for Melasma: Rodan + Fields Reverse Regimen - National Rodan + Fields Examiner

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