Melasma, also known as "butterfly spots", is a common hyperpigmented skin disease on the face, mainly occurring on the cheeks, forehead and around the nose and mouth. The brown patches are irregular in shape, but mostly symmetrically distributed. It mainly occurs in women, mostly in young adults, and can also appear in women during pregnancy.
The cause of chloasma is not yet fully understood, but it is mainly related to endocrine disorders. The increase in estrogen will stimulate the metabolism of pigment and form chloasma. Some women take oral contraceptives, which cause an increase in estrogen and progesterone, which stimulates melanocytes and promotes the formation and expansion of chloasma. Others, such as thyroid and adrenal gland dysfunction, can also lead to increased melanin production and chloasma.
Secondly, sunlight is also an important reason for the formation of chloasma. Because ultraviolet rays can increase the activity of tyrosinase, tyrosine can form dopa or dopaquinone, which can enter the epidermis and dermis and induce the aggravation of chloasma. The use of certain medications or spices can also contribute to the development of melasma.
Traditional Chinese medicine has its own unique understanding and treatment of chloasma. The occurrence of chloasma is mainly due to liver stagnation and blood stasis, weak qi and blood, and insufficient kidney essence. The qi and blood cannot flow up to the face. Irritability and irritability, or excessive worry, lead to liver qi stagnation, which turns into heat. The liver fire rises to the face and burns the yin fluid, so that qi and blood cannot nourish the face and develops; the body has a spleen deficiency and lacks a source of qi and blood. Weakness in transportation and transformation, unable to warm and nourish the facial skin and cause spots; Insufficient congenital endowment, excessive labor, or long-term illness that damages the kidneys, resulting in a loss of kidney essence, and the face will not be moist and moist, resulting in brown spots. The traditional Chinese medicine treatment method uses soothing the liver and strengthening the spleen, activating and nourishing the blood, and replenishing the liver and kidneys to reduce and eliminate chloasma.
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Packaging: 150 capsule bottle
Main ingredients: Bupleurum, Angelicae, White Peony, Radix Rehmanniae, Salvia Miltiorrhiza, Cyperus Cyperus, Poria, Atractylodes, Ligustrum lucidum, Eclipta, Chuanxiong, Angelica dahurica, peach kernel, safflower.
How to take: Twice a day, 5 capsules each time, take after meals.