Can you do the Cosmelan peel at home?

Can you do the Cosmelan peel at home?

Steps involved in the procedure The cosmelan peel is a four-stage treatment procedure. The first step which is an intense depigmentation treatment is performed in the clinic and the other steps can be done at home.

What is Mesoestetic Cosmelan?

CERTIFIED DEPIGMENTATION CENTRE The COSMELAN method is designed to eradicate dark patches (excess melanin) from the skin. Continuous treatment with acids inhibits the melanogenesis and triggers progressive flaking of the STRATUM CORNEUM, which decreases melanin deposits and REMOVES or LIGHTENS dark patches.

Does pigmentation come back after Cosmelan?

Will my pigmentation or melasma return? As successful as our results are with our Cosmelan procedure, Melasma is a form of hormonal pigmentation which unfortunately is out of our control. We would never guarantee that your melasma will be gone forever.

Does Cosmelan peel lighten skin?

Dermamelan and Cosmelan are a new generation of skin lightening cosmetics designed to treat pigmentation and dark spots. Unlike other bleaching agents they are safe to use on darker skin types and can smooth and even out skin tone, diminishing uneven brown, pigmented patches.

What does Cosmelan 2 cream do?

cosmelan 2 is a home cream whose main action is the attenuation and control of facial blemishes of melanic origin. It continuously attenuates the spots and regulates the overproduction of melanin, preventing their reappearance in the long term.

What is Mesoestetic treatment?

Mesoestetic make a range of advanced pharmaceutical chemical peels designed for dermo – cosmetic professionals. Many people are concerned when they hear of the terms chemical peel or acids however these procedures are extremely beneficial to improving the efficient functioning of the skin.

Does Cosmelan really work?

Cosmelan is the world’s safest and most effective treatment for a more even skin tone. This unique, multi-ingredient chemical treatment is designed to reduce areas of skin discolouration and hyperpigmentation. It works by decreasing the skin’s melanin production by inhibiting the release of tyrosinase enzyme.

Can Cosmelan make pigmentation worse?

Cosmelan will not make melasma worse. Dr. Green considers the Cosmelan treatment the best depigmentation treatment to improve facial melasma. Laser treatments with Fraxel, IPL, Picosure, as well as other CO2, Erbium, or fractional lasers, can make melasma worse.

Can Cosmelan cause hypopigmentation?

Cosmelan does not contain any aggressive bleaching agents. I encourage my patients to steer clear of skin lightening products (like hydroquinone) to treat melasma, as the results can vary and lead to greater skin sensitivities or hypopigmentation in the future.

How long does Cosmelan results last?

Patients often see improvements in skin tone after just 1 week and full results about 4 to 5 weeks after the initial treatment. Long-term results that typically last 18 months.

How long should I use Cosmelan 2 for?

Cosmelan II cream should be applied two to three times a day for two weeks.

Does Cosmelan 2 have hydroquinone?

Home Treatment – Cosmelan® 2 Maintenance Cream (Contains 6% hydroquinone) Clean Face completely, every time mesoestetic® Cosmelan 2 is applied.

What is the cosmelan® method?

The cosmelan® method consists of 4-phases which are necessary to achieve the target outcome. Intense depigmentation in cabin in phase 1 and treatment for home use in phases 2, 3 and 4. Efficacy studies support its success in all types of skin, hyperpigmentations and ethnicities.

What is sensenile lentigo (phototype I-III) cosmelan®?

Senile lentigo (phototype I-III) cosmelan® is the integral professional depigmentation method for your spots it treats the problem from its origin, removing spots and preventing their reappearance. cosmelan® is a integral professional depigmentation method for your spots.

What is trusttrust cosmelan?

Trust the world’s number 1 cosmelan® is a professional depigmentation method which has an intensive corrective effect on skin hyperpigmentations whilst regulating the overproduction of melanin in the melanocytes, inhibiting and controlling the appearance of new dark spots.