Melasma is a skin condition described by brown or blue-dark fixes or patches like spots. It's frequently called the "cover of pregnancy." Melasma happens in light of overproduction of the cells that make the shade of your skin. It is normal, innocuous and a few medicines might help. Melasma for the most part blurs after a couple of months.
Melasma might disappear all alone. This normally happens when a trigger, like pregnancy or a prescription, causes melasma. At the point when you deliver your child or quit taking the prescription, melasma can blur.
Melasma can likewise keep going for a really long time, or even a lifetime. While melasma can't hurt your body, it's reasonable that many individuals need to treat it.