Chloasma is skin disease of pigment degeneration with limited yellowish brown or light brown pigmentation on the face. Its border may be clear or indistinct.
The spots often occur on cheeks and also on the forehead and nose. The sizes of them are different and they often occur symmetrically.
It is common among women in puberty, pegnancy and menopause, and most common in old females. Not only in face, hand, leg and in hold body.
Most cause from sunshine, wrong or quality not good cosmetic, poor
circulation, poor metabolism, liver and kidney function not good, poor
digestion, chronic constipation, hormone unbalance, drinking, smoking,
too much coffee, insomnia, not enough water.