Pycnogenol

Last Update February 10, 2016
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Proanthocyanidins, also known as OPCs (oligomeric proanthocyanidins) or condensed tannins, are a subgroup of the flavonoid class of po...
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What people say about Pycnogenol and Melasma?

#4 in Pycnogenol discussions - 119 posts discuss Melasma with Pycnogenol.

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ave been suffering from Melasma for .... ever! A y...
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" ...Hi everyone I have been suffering from Melasma for .... ever! A year ago I saw my derm and she prescribed HQ 5%. She said to use in in winter only. I used it and got rid of everything. But came... "

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wheat grass, i take this because wheatgrass is amazing for...
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" ...this, without any breaks, my epidermal melasma disappeared. my dermal went ...its pretty much disappearing. Pycnogenol� and Skin as for the wheat grass, i take this because wheatgrass is amazing... "

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discussions. I have had melasma for over ten years a...
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" ...lengthy discussions. I have had melasma for over ten years and 80% of my face is covered with it. I look forward to the day when I wont have to wear makeup anymore.. I know what you're saying about... "

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is when I started to really see a difference in my melasma...
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" ...grape seed extract, and pycnogenol the beginning of this month and that is when I started to really see a difference in my melasma. Since I added all ...helping. I read about Lotrimin yesterday, so I... "

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rst and the melasma will go away on its own. what mela...
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" ...of that first and the melasma will go away on its own. what melasma does not like: MSM, flaxseed, cod liver oil, grapefruit seed oil, im sure there's more but you could start there. i read on... "

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f melasma.The study was with pycnogenol,but CoQ10 is also g...
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" ...me now. I have had melasma for 5 years.I tried the alexandriate laser ...and also obagi skin care.My melasma is epidermal. I understand that ...forms of melasma.The study was with pycnogenol,but CoQ10 is... "

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rking beautifully: Pycnogenol Toner, Nadinola, Sunscreen. On...
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" ...on my face for my sun-damaged induced melasma and a few areas where I had PIH from old pimples and it's working beautifully: Pycnogenol Toner, Nadinola, Sunscreen. Only thing I use different on the fa... "

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excited and hopeful that my melasma (or whatever it is) is...
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" ...excited and hopeful that my melasma (or whatever it is) is getting better! I have cut down my MSM dosage to 2000 mg 3x/day and hope to go down to a ‘maintenance' level of 1000 mg 3x/day soon. I... "

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and a half now. Not sure I notice any difference in Melasma...
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" ...my house! I have been taking MSM for about a week and a half now. Not sure I notice any difference in Melasma - how much should I ...buy the oregano oil and pycnogenol and a probiotic as I... "

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u say is your melasma? since you stop taking the gse, ano...
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" ...and how bad would you say is your melasma? since you stop taking the ...good supplement to take with msm, is pycnogenol. i only bought a month ...anyways. also when using msm, try to take vitamin c along... "

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