a while back I got a query from a customer regarding whether I thought my high-odine cream would help with her daughter's melasma. I replied as I always do, which is, "I don't know". I cannot say whether any of my products can do anything, rigorous testing is required in order to have the legal right to make claims.
I didn't know much about melasma anyway, just that it's hyperpigmentation sometimes seen in pregnant women.
until.... I got this e-mail yesterday:
I know the time has passed for ordering, but do you have any extra jars of High-odine face cream?
I've been using if for a while now and loooooooove it. I finally got my daughter to try it hoping it would help her melasma and it has!
I told her about when you were making the latest batch, but between her going on vacation and me going on vacation it got forgot. So .... any extra jars?
Brooke Burke-Chavez also has(had) melasma. Remember her? The gal that had her thyroid removed not too long ago? Here she is on a show called "The Doctors", discussing how she covers up her melasma and how she can't go out in the sun, etc. Now, I've never seen this "doctors" show... are they "real" doctors? Or just playing them on TV, lol. Because not a single word is spoken of the association of melasma with thyroid disorders. This segment treats melasma as nothing more than a cosmetic complaint, sad.