Efficient cosmetic brightening method against skin blemishes caused by Melanin.
The Cosmelan Method has been designed to reduce the appearance of blemishes caused by excess melanin in the skin.
Blemishes of melanic origin are a common skin concern. These blemishes have various origins, among which are: genetics, ethnic group, sex, pregnancy, oral contraceptive use, menopause, etc. Solar radicals are also triggering factors that increase the incidence of newly appearing blemishes of melanic origin and the reappearance of blemishes that are already established.
The Cosmelan Method acts within the skin to address the effects of excess pigmentation to improve the appearance and unattractive skin blemishes.
Properties in the Cosmelan treatment do the following:
- Induces a quick brightening action
- Highly effective for all kinds of skin blemishes (melasma, chloasma, senile blemishes, pregnancy blemishes, sunspots, blemishes due to oral contraceptives, etc)
- The cosmelan method can be initiated any time of year, provided the patient uses the mesoprotech Melan 130 pigment control on a daily basis, so as to permit exposure to the sun without negative effects on the blemishes being treated.
- Cosmelan is compatible with any skin phototype.
This cosmetic treatment compromises two phases: the first to be applied in clinic by the therapist responsible for appropriate application of the cosmetic treatment, and the second maintenance program to be applied at home.
- The cosmetic treatment is applied following the instruction of the therapist
- After the application of the cosmetic treatment in clinic, the cosmelan 2 maintenance cream should be applied at home to complete the cosmetic action being evoked in the area under the treatment.
During the first or second week of cosmetic treatment using the cosmelan method, the skin will already show a substantial improvement. Blemishes being treated will tend to diminish and simultaneously the skin will s tart to show a brighter and rejuvenated look.
In 99% of cases involving blemishes or abnormal hyperpigmentation of epidermal origin, the blemish elimination process achieved a 95% efficacy rate.