Cosmelan Treatment For Melasma
Cosmelan is a good treatment for Melasma. We have had great success in getting melasma fade away even in most severe cases. But the only downside is that, it will come back when treatment is stopped.
We have a formula and the protocol which is somehow different to the Cosmelan and it has worked for many patients. After 2-3 years of follow up, I have patients with no recurrence of melasma. There have been some patients stopped the treatment and melasma came back.
During consultation, and evaluation, we come up with a treatment plan for treatment of melasma. Wearing hat and avoid direct sun exposure is a must while wearing reliable sunblock.
I would also recommend combination therapy which would help to cure melasma while faded away by cosmelan treatment for melasma.
Individual results may vary*
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Melasma Medical Peel Depigmentation Treatment
Cosmelan for Melasma FAQ
Q.1) what does Melasma Medical Peel Depigmentation treat?
Skin ageing caused by sun exposure, facial blemishes due to excessive pigmentation and, in general, imperfections caused by melanin, are more and more common problems today… “Dark blemishes”, especially on hands and face, are one of the greatest skin concerns of modern men and women… It will only be possible to remove the skin pigmentation and recover the smoothness of the skin, bringing back its luminosity, with a treatment that has a direct effect on the intimate formation process of the pigment (melanin).
Q.2) What Is Melasma Medical Peel?
Melasma Medical Peel treatment guarantees the improvement of the skin blemishes with a very high safety margin. Melasma Medical Peel Depigmentation treatment’s principal action is the elimination of melanin patches on the face – Melasma .Also called cholasma if the pigmentation occurs with pregnancy Melasma Medical Peel Depigmentation treatment involves a very versatile, dynamic process which is easily adapted to the needs of each individual patient.
Q.3) how does Melasma Medical Peel Depigmentation work?
Melasma Medical Peel Depigmentation treatment action mechanism is based on the inhibition of tyrosinase, a basic enzyme in the melanin (pigment) formation process. Several of the substances present in the Melasma Medical Peel formula act by blocking this enzyme, or even by changing the action of the enzyme.
Q.4) what are the advantages of Melasma Medical Peel Depigmentation?
The Melasma Medical Peel Depigmentation treatment offers a series of major advantages and benefits compared with other types of Depigmentation products found in the market:
- Very effective in all types of Melasma especially deep seated severe Melasma or post inflammatory hyper pigmentation (PIH)
- Effective for pigmentation that has failed to resolve after traditional skin lightening topical products
- Effective for pigmentation that has failed to resolve after traditional treatments such as superficial peels
- Rapid and easy depigmenting action
- Light peeling effect
- Treatment can be used all year round
- Beneficial for acne patients and the PIH after acne has resolved
- Does not contain Hydroquinone or TCA
- High safety margin
Q.5) what results can be expected from Melasma Medical Peel Depigmentation?
In 99% of the cases, the appearance of the blemishes improves by 95%…
ONE WEEK after starting the Melasma Medical Peel Depigmentation 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 Melasma Medical Peel Depigmentation 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.
Q.6) what precautions must be undertaken before proceeding with Melasma Medical Peel?
- Stop all applications especially glycolic acid two weeks before treatment.
- The treatment must not be interrupted under any circumstances, during the entire time prescribed.
- It is completely forbidden to combine the Melasma Medical Peel Depigmentation treatment with other Depigmentation treatments, as the appearance of undesired effects cannot be guaranteed.
- Treatment control visits are recommended 8 days after treatment, 15 days after, and a follow up visit every month thereafter.
Q.7) what can be expected after a Melasma Medical Peel treatment mask?
First Phase: In Office Treatment.
The first phase consists of a professional evaluation of the patient’s skin type and condition. The Melasma Mask is then applied to the skin; the active ingredients Induce lightening of hyperpigmentation and inhibit the production of Melanin in the skin.
Second Phase: The second phase consists of a home care program and it varies for every individual. It begins with the removal of the Mask. It is important to follow the instructions given in physician’s office.
First and second day:
During the first two days of the treatment, the skin may turn red. If the skin is very sensitive, the patient may experience an itching feeling. Slight burning and tightening of the skin is also absolutely normal, especially during the first 24 to 48 hours after starting the treatment. To relieve these problems, it is advisable to apply the creams advised.
Redness of the Skin:
The reddening that occurs on the face after applying the Melasma Medical Peel mask treatment is similar to the effects of day-long exposure to the sun in the snow without protection.
Flaking may occur on all skin types between the second and third day. In this case it is advisable to apply cream advised, repeating this every two hours on the day when the flaking is most intense until it improves. Do not pull on the flakes. Do not rub or scratch the skin. Do not use exfoliants, scrubs or peels. Avoid steam baths, saunas and swimming in a hot spring for 2 weeks following treatment. It is advisable to wait until the initial flaking period is over before starting to apply make-up again.
Third and fourth day:
After the third or fourth day, the skin appears healthy and luminous and the marks begin to fade.
Q.8) what can be expected after the home application of Melasma Medical Peel 2?
HOME TREATMENT – Melasma Medical Peel Maintenance Cream
The second phase of the Melasma Medical Peel consists of a home maintenance cream Melasma Medical Peel with the intention of securing the Depigmentation by association of agents such as Kojic Acid, Phytic Acid, and Vitamin C. We have added a physical agent to block the sun and guarantee that the UV rays do not keep on aggravating unwanted damage to skin though the sunscreen advised has to be used three times a day.
Q.9) what does the stabilization period of a Melasma Medical Peel Depigmentation treatment mean?
The period following the initial 6 month treatment process, is called the STABILISATION period, and this can ideally be extended up to one year. Every effort should be made to continue treatment throughout the first summer. Even if the treatment is a great success, long term success depends on how well the protocol is followed, during both the treatment and stabilization phases. VERY GOOD sun block is essential at all times which protect against both uva and uvb radiations.
Q.10) what are important instructions before using Melasma Medical Peel?
IMPORTANT NOTE: The treatment results are largely dependent on your cooperation and adherence to the post treatment skin care. The first 4 months constitute the treatment period. The period following is called the stabilization period, and this is ideally extended up to one year, or longer. Every effort should be made to continue treatment throughout the first summer. Even if the Depigmentation treatment was a great success, you need to understand that long term success depends on how well the protocol is followed, during both the treatment and stabilization phases. Avoid sun exposure for 2 weeks prior to treatment.
Q.11) is Melasma Medical Peel combined with other treatments?
No peels can be done 2 weeks prior to treatment No Laser treatment can be done on area to be treated 2 days prior to peel ,Avoid Botox and Filler in area to be treated 2 weeks prior to peel.
Find out more about your brown spots and if those are Melasma and this medical peel can help you. Contact Elite Medical and Schedule an appointment for initial skin evaluation. 916.500.2474