What is Melasma / Chloasma?
Melasma, also known as chloasma is a common skin condition presenting as brown or greyish pigmentation usually on the face and is more common in women, particularly during pregnancy and is more common in people with darker skin type. It is more noticeable during summer and after sunny holidays. People with melasma often feel self conscious and yearn to be able to go out with confidence without makeup. Although there isn’t a cure for melasma, there are several treatments which may improve the appearance.
How can Dr Sewell treat Melasma?
Dr Sewell understands the impact melasma has on one’s life and has the expertise to formulate a personalised treatment plan to improve your melasma, which usually includes a slight change to your skincare routine to achieve the best results.
Melasma appointments in Surrey and London
Dr Sivanie Sewell offers face to face appointments as well as video and telephone consultations for the treatment of cellulitis. Face to Face appointments are available at Spire St Anthony's Hospital (London), Spire Gatwick Park Hopistal in Horely (Surrey) and Ashtead Hospital in Ashtead (Surrey), convenient locations for the surrounding areas of Cheam, Surbiton, Wimbledon, Kingswood, Richmond, Dormansland, Bletchingley, Virgina Water, Mitcham, Leatherhead, Epsom, Reigate, Redhill and Dorking.
To take the first step to a more even skin tone BOOK AN APPOINTMENT with Dr Sewell today.