The Cosmelan® Depigmentation treatment offers a series of major advantages and benefits compared with other types of depigmentation products found in the marketplace:
Melasma or Chloasma: Skin coloration that appears as blotchy brown spots, often covering cheeks, forehead, or temples. The precise cause of melasma is unknown. People with a family history of melasma are more likely to develop melasma themselves. A change in hormonal status such as menopause, endocrine illness, through the use of contraceptives, in aging, and during pregnancy may all trigger melasma or cholasma
Age Spots or “Liver” Spots: Smaller darkened patches usually on older adults who have been exposed to the sun for many years. These spots can be seen on the face, forearms and backs of hands. Post-inflammatory Hyper-Pigmentation: This type of hyper-pigmentation results from any inflammatory injury or trauma to the skin. Some causes of post-inflammatory hyper-pigmentation:
In 99% of the cases, Cosmelan treatment causes the appearance of the blemishes to improves by 95%…. One week after starting the Cosmelan De-pigmentation treatment, a noticeable significant improvement of the skin is observed! The reduction of the treated blemish is detected and the appearance of new luminous and rejuvenated skin is present. At the end of the Cosmelan De-pigmentation treatment, the blemishes start to disappear altogether, so that, although the patient may be able to “locate” the place where the spot was, the truth is that the pigmentation will have disappeared and nobody will be able to see it just by looking at it. For best results, continue the daily application of Cosmelan® and/or Dermamelan® 2 up to one year after treatment.