DERMAMELAN SKIN PEELS
Dermamelan peels are used to treat pigmentation caused by both environmental and hormonal issues. Dermamelan treatments are used for all skin tones. It is designed to eliminate or reduce dark spots on your skin. It does this by correcting all stages of the hyperpigmentation process to eliminate existing dark spots and sun damage.
1. Melasma is most commonly found on the face around the cheeks, forehead, nose and chin.
2. Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH) is usually the result of an injury or inflammation to the skin which has caused an increase in pigment production such as acne scars.
3. Sun spots caused by prolonged sun exposure.
4. Freckles – small brown spots found in areas exposed to the sun.
How Does Dermamelan Work?
You may have to discontinue some particular products prior to your Dermamelan peel.
The Dermamelan mask remains on the face for 10-12 hours. It looks very similar to a “mud mask”.
You remove it at home with warm water. There is an easy to follow list of post care instructions to follow for 72 hours. This is compulsory to ensure the desired results.
Topical depigmentation method for medical use. It has an intensive corrective effect on skin hyperpigmentation while regulating the overproduction of melanin by the melanocytes, inhibiting and controlling the appearance of new dark spots. It has a dual corrective and controlling action, achieving short- and long-term results by keeping hyperpigmentation under control.
Results of Dermamelan
The a Dermamelan Peel will leave your skin red, warm to the touch and there can be some swelling, this is part of the process. The next stage is the peeling, this can feel itchy and feel irritated. With resolves within a week, there are immediate results as the pigmentation lightens. This continues to improve and is usually noted around the 2 month mark. The careful use of the aftercare products is very important for the ongoing brightening of the skin.
We are very excited by the results we are seeing for our clients.