There are numerous changes that happen to the body during pregnancy. One of which is the development of dark spots that are blotchy and pekas-like in appearance. These are called Chloasma, also known as mask of pregnancy. This affects a great number of expectant mothers and also breastfeeding ones.

What You Need To Know About Chloasma

Rise in estrogen levels during pregnancy causes Chloasma. This occurrence stimulates over production of melanin (hyperpigmentation), resulting into not just dark spots but also darker moles, formation of a dark line down the center of your abdomen (linea nigra), and areolas to appear a deeper shade.

Chloasma and Melasma are typically the same in terms how they look like physically. Chloasma, is the term that medical experts use for dark spots that appear during pregnancy.

At the end of the day, women must not fret as dark spots during pregnancy are temporary and usually vanishes after delivery or breastfeeding. It is best to consult dermatologist for proper aftercare if they persist. An over-the-counter oral medication that can help target dark spots from within like Pynocare can be recommended.

Other causes of Melasma includes overexposure to sun and harmful chemicals from cosmetics.

Important note: Pynocare is not recommended for pregnant and lactating women.

PYNOCARE (Procyanidin + Ascorbic Acid + Betacarotene + d-Alpha-Tocopheryl Acetate)

The first and only oral medicine that is clinically proven to reduce Melasma or dark spots formation in just 8 weeks. Unlike creams, lotions and gels, it has MSCC or Melasma Skin Clear Complexion Complex formulation that deeply penetrates the inner layers of the skin, to help normalize melanin levels, thus minimizing the appearance of dark spots in a short time.

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