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Melasma on Black Skin

Are you Black? Do you have Melasma?

Melasma can be very common in Black women. It can be even more common in Black women after pregnancy. So if you are experiencing darkening of the cheek areas or other areas of your face then you probably have melasma.

Melasma can be a condition that accellerates the production of melanin due to hormonal imbalance. If you would like to reduce this effect then there are many ways you can do this. Using a Melasma cream or a skin lightening cream can greatly help with the reduction of the darkening of the areas in question.

There are other things you can also do to reduce the appearance of these darker areas that are:

  1. Black women - Watch your diet - eat healthy foods
  2. Black women - Watch your stress levels - don't get stressed, do relaxation therapy
  3. Black women - Stay out of the sun or wear a sun hat
  4. Black women - Wear sunblock when outside
  5. Black women - Use a Melasma cream (Like Nur76 Advanced Melasma Cream)

Black women - If you follow the above it should minimcan bee or even prevent melasma from appearing.

Best of luck!

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