DERMATOLOGY UPDATEPresented by Haider K. Bangash, M.D.Board Certified DermatologistDARK PASSAGEThe condition known as "melasma" is characterized by grayish-brownhormones, and sun exposure).blotches that typically appear on the forehead, chin, cheeks, upper lip, and One of the most common treatments for melasma is sun protection. Thisnose. Often referred to as "the mask of pregnancy" because it is sometimes means wearing sunscreen every day and reapplying the sunscreen every 2triggered by hormonal changes, melasma can affect women at any stage in life. hours. Dermatologists also recommend wearing a wide-brimmed hat whenThose who develop the dark skin patches in their teens, 20s, or 30s may see you are outside. Sunscreen alone may not give you the protection you needthem persist for decades. While the condition is not painful and does not pose To schedule a consultation, please call ELMHURST DERMATOLOGYhealth risks, it can cause significant emotional distress. An estimated six million at 630-832-2111. Our entire staff is composed of dedicated healthAmerican women experience melasma, many of whom have a darker skin type professionals, chosen for their knowledge, willingness to help others and abilitywith more active pigment-producing cells. Treatment begins with identifying to communicate with patients. We are located at 103 N. Haven, Suite 7.the cause (starting/stopping hormonal contraception, taking replacement We strive to provide the highest quality care to our patientsYour skin specialist, dedicated to providing expertcare of all disorders of the skin, hair, and nails.We accept most medical insurance, Visa, and MasterCard.Our practice is located atHaider K. Bangash, M.D.Board Certified DermatologistPS. Topical treatments for melasma include retinols, retinoids, and hydroquinone.ELMHURSTDERMATOLOGYwww.elmhurstdermatology.com

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DERMATOLOGY UPDATE Presented by Haider K. Bangash, M.D. Board Certified Dermatologist DARK PASSAGE The condition known as "melasma" is characterized by grayish-brown hormones, and sun exposure). blotches that typically appear on the forehead, chin, cheeks, upper lip, and One of the most common treatments for melasma is sun protection. This nose. Often referred to as "the mask of pregnancy" because it is sometimes means wearing sunscreen every day and reapplying the sunscreen every 2 triggered by hormonal changes, melasma can affect women at any stage in life. hours. Dermatologists also recommend wearing a wide-brimmed hat when Those who develop the dark skin patches in their teens, 20s, or 30s may see you are outside. Sunscreen alone may not give you the protection you need them persist for decades. While the condition is not painful and does not pose To schedule a consultation, please call ELMHURST DERMATOLOGY health risks, it can cause significant emotional distress. An estimated six million at 630-832-2111. Our entire staff is composed of dedicated health American women experience melasma, many of whom have a darker skin type professionals, chosen for their knowledge, willingness to help others and ability with more active pigment-producing cells. Treatment begins with identifying to communicate with patients. We are located at 103 N. Haven, Suite 7. the cause (starting/stopping hormonal contraception, taking replacement We strive to provide the highest quality care to our patients Your skin specialist, dedicated to providing expert care of all disorders of the skin, hair, and nails. We accept most medical insurance, Visa, and MasterCard. Our practice is located at Haider K. Bangash, M.D. Board Certified Dermatologist PS. Topical treatments for melasma include retinols, retinoids, and hydroquinone. ELMHURST DERMATOLOGY www.elmhurstdermatology.com

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