Melasma is one of the more obvious skin conditions that creates brown to grayish-brown patches on the face. It’s most obvious on the cheeks, nose, chin and above the upper lip. However, this skin condition also appears on areas exposed to frequent sun like the forearms or back of the neck. Pregnancy often triggers melasma in women. While wearing sunscreen can provide some protection, it doesn’t fade these patches. High Valley Dermatology in Idaho Falls provides a solution for these skin problems.×400-300×200-1.jpg

Treatment Options:

  • PicoWay Resolve
  • Hydroquinone
  • Tretinoin
  • Corticosteroids
  • Microdermabrasion
  • Chemical Peels
  • Laser ResurfacingOur experienced dermatologists have helped all types of patients see results with better skin tone, even complexions and fading of these patches caused by this skin condition. We tailor all of our treatments to the person’s skin type and perform procedures with extreme care.
    Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is always here to help and provide answers throughout your treatment.


    To keep patches from returning, we continue to work with our patients and ensure that they have a personalized maintenance plan. By wearing sunscreen, wide-brimmed hats and protective clothing, you can achieve more positive results with your treatments.
    High Valley Dermatology in Idaho Falls offers flexible appointment times, highly detailed treatments and prompt service. Whether you are worried about patches on your face or body, we can diagnose and evaluate your skin condition. Recognizing the signs and symptoms is only one part of the process. Our mission is to make sure every patient has flawless skin and sees positive results.
    If you or someone you know has questions about our dermatology treatments, call today to learn more and see an experienced dermatologist at High Valley Dermatology.

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