Can melasma be painful? What should I do?
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Seek the cause of the melasma pain
No, melasma is not painful
Melasma and Pain
Please post a photo to better help you. Melasma should not be painful. I suggest Cosmelan to best treat melasma. Please consult a board certified dermatologist to examine your skin. Best, Dr. Green
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Pigment on the jawline associated with pain
Thank you for your question tryingtofigure. Melasma is a common condition characterized by the appearance of dark patches on the skin. It can be challenging to treat. Areas most commonly affected include the upper cheeks, forehead, and upper lip. Melasma is not commonly seen on the jawline and melasma is not associated with pain. I recommend speaking with a doctor for specific recommendations. Good luck!