Drew Barrymore opens up about her facial Melasma

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There has been many celebrities who have opened up about their struggle with Melasma.
In an interview with the New York Times, Drew Barrymore discussed her approach to aging in her skincare routine—including dealing with melasma. “As you get older, you get melasma; you have kids; there’s sun damage,” she said. “I like to pad my moisturizer with a Christine Chin brightening serum. I’m obsessed with her line. It’s the only thing I splurge on. I don’t have time to go for facials, so I haven’t seen her in years, but every couple of months, I’m buying the goods.”
Image credits: & The New York Times