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Melasma and the Mental Health effects of skin conditions

Skin Health | Last Active: Aug 21, 2019 | Replies (11)

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Thank you so much! My Melasma is below the dermal layer. In certain lighting you can hardly tell and in other, more shadow type, lighting it looks really dark (almost black). I’m not sure the cream would get that deep. I had a “mustache” after my youngest was born, but he is now 18. Over the years it has shifted to my chin. I honestly am done spending money at this point. I’m sorry that you’re was caused by the laser treatment- that’s so frustrating! Cindy

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OK, I didn't know yours was that deep. Frankly speaking, I did not know how deep was mine but Pigmanorm really helped it, so I just wanted to share my experience. You are a lucky woman because you had kids and your youngest is 18 years old 🙂 That's beautiful! To me, this horror happened when I was 34 y.o. and, of course, no man will marry me like that & I can also forget about having children 🙁