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POLL: What Treatment Approach Do You Find Most Successful for Improving Melasma?

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Click here to answer this week's melasma poll.

What treatment approach do you find most successful for improving melasma?

Hydroquinone-based creams
Laser therapy
Chemical peels
Combination therapy (eg, topical agents + procedures)
Other

According to Lilit Garibyan, MD, PhD, and Sara Moradi Tuchayi, MD, MPH, of Harvard Health Publishing, topical agents such as kojic acid, cysteamine, and rucinol should be avoided among patients who are pregnant.

Share your recommended melasma treatment pearls or additional methods not mentioned above with us by emailing DTEditor@mmhgroup.com.

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