Melasma Research Study

Melasma is a common pigmentation disorder that causes brown or gray patches to appear on the skin, primarily on the face. The most common areas for melasma to appear on the face include: the bridge of the nose. the forehead. the cheeks.

We are enrolling subjects with melasma to evaluate the safety and efficacy of DT Skin Lightener. Eligible subjects will be asked to refrain from using any other skin products (with the exception of a mild non-medicated cleanser) during the course (12 weeks) of the trial.

  • At least 18-year-old females with facial melasma
  • Able to attend up to four office visits over the 12 week period.


  • We will provide all subjects with the DT Skin Lightener, as well as, the DT Cleanser.
  • All subjects who complete the study will receive a $100 travel stipend.

If you are interested in participating in this study being conducted at DLCC, please provide your contact information and if you are a qualified candidate, a representative from our research department will be in touch with you.

Thank you.

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