2012, Number s1
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ABSTRACTThe melasma is an aesthetic problem and a frequent cause of dermatological consult, its treatment always has been complicated, discouraging and problematic. It was realized a preexperimental study phase II to determine the utility of the peloids in the treatment of the melasma in Ciego de Avila province, it were selected all the patients that assisted to the dermatological consult in the Polyclinic of Specialties, with the diagnostic confirmed of melasma and consented in the treatment with peloids. The majority of the attended was between the 30 and 39 years of age and predominated the feminine sex. The patients with epidermic melasma answered better to the treatment and reached the best results to the 3 months of initiated the same. The skin type II and III evolved better and in 82% of the patients did not report adverse reactions. The authors conclude that the use of peloides in the melasma resulted beneficial.
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