Melasma, or the mask of pregnancy, is manifested through darker spots that have regular or irregular shapes and occur during pregnancy due to sun light exposure. There are several melasma treatments available. The biological skin cream can lighten melasma and will also make the skin healthier, smoother and firmer. There are a few pros and cons to using biological cream for melasma.

Pros of Biological Skin Cream for Melasma

The biological skin cream is ideal to lighten melasma or other blemishes and spots. The cream not only removes these skin irregularities, but will also tone up the skin, giving it a smoother texture. The biological skin cream is a natural, organic product that uses different ingredients to help the skin. The treatment exfoliates the skin.

The effects of the biological skin cream include:

  • Cleansing of skin cells, eliminating waste, toxins and damaged skin cells
  • Stimulation of skin tissue regeneration
  • Smoothening of skin
  • Reducing stretch marks that will form during pregnancy
  • Nourishing skin, reducing dryness
  • Brightening of complexion
  • Eliminating damaged skin cells through the action of biological enzymes
  • Thickening the dermis through stimulating the biosynthesis of glycosaminoglycans and proteoglycans in the skin
  • Anti inflammatory effects, reducing swelling or skin irritation
  • Reducing pores by activating the fibroblast stem cells
  • Reducing acne, which may also be activated during pregnancy

The biological skin cream has also antioxidants that will keep the appearance of the skin younger for longer. The biological skin cream can be applied in a wide range of patients with all skin types and skin tones.

The biological skin cream can be easily applied and is not damaging for pregnant women. Most cosmetic treatments that can eliminate melasma are not recommended for pregnant women. The treatment doesn’t cause any skin damage or trauma.

Cons of Biological Skin Cream for Melasma

Typically, melasma will go away after pregnancy, so applying a melasma treatment may not be necessary. Also, if applying melasma treatment such as biological skin cream, this will not last if the patient is exposed to sun. Melasma manifests when the patient is exposed to sun, as the sun triggers the formation of melanin that causes skin pigmentation. However, the other effects of biological skin cream remain even if the patient is exposed to sun.

There are a few at home remedies that can have similar effects as biological skin cream, lightening the appearance of melasma (i.e. lemon juice or parsley juice), and these are less expensive than the biological skin cream. However, these remedies don’t have the other benefits the biological skin cream offers.

If the patient avoids sun, she may apply biological skin cream, as it has a lot of benefits for the skin, in addition to reducing melasma. The sun should be avoided between 10 AM and 4 PM, and she should wear a high SPF cream (30 or over) which will offer protection. Wide brimmed hats are also recommended.