What is Cosmelan Peel?
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What is Cosmelan Peel?
COSMELAN is an efficient cosmetic depigmentation treatment against skin blemishes caused by melanin or pigmentation.
The COSMELAN method is designed and signed to eradicate dark patches from the skin. Continuous treatment with acids inhibits melanogenesis and triggers progressive flaking of the stratum corneum, which decreases melanin deposits and removes or lightens dark patches.
COSMELAN is the safest and most effective treatment for PGMENTATION and MELASMA.It has no hydroquinone and multiple pigment-removing ingredients combined in one system. Its accelerated cell turnover pushes present pigment cells to the surface, where they are sloughed off.
COSMELAN will cause noticeable peeling and redness in the first 3 to 5 days. We recommend beginning your treatment near the end of the week so the major peeling can be experienced over the weekend when you will not be in school or at work.
A complimentary consultation is required to assess the suitability of this treatment.
Cosmelan Peel is an exceptionally powerful, clinical-grade skin medicine that eliminates skin concerns like hyperpigmentation and melasma. Cosmelan strips are otherwise called synthetic strips for dull spots since they treat a wide range of hyperpigmentation, including sunspots, melasma, age spots, and skin break-out scarring.
cosmelan peel before and after
- One of the few therapies for recalcitrant melasma that has been proven to work is cosmelan.
The active components of the at-home cream and chemical peel work on all phases of the cycle of melanin synthesis to prevent the development of new dark spots and to remove hyperpigmentation that already exists.
- Numerous anti-aging substances included in it can aid in the general renewal of the skin.
- “This formula works on all skin tones and kinds”. Dr. Jason Emer, a dermatologist in West Hollywood, California, claims that Cosmelan “produces a safe outcome for melasma and hyperpigmentation patients of all ethnicities and skin types because it doesn’t alter the pH of the skin and produces no internal inflammation.”
- People with sensitive skin should continue with caution as it can cause severe irritation.
- To prevent your skin from becoming too sensitive after receiving Cosmelan therapy, you will need to modify your skin care regimen.
- Glycolic acid, retinoids, and other lightening treatments should not be used with cosmelan.
- Dermatologist Dr. Michele Green of New York City warns, “You’ll also need to avoid the sun during and after treatment, as melasma is exacerbated.
Before the areas with excess pigmentation and blemishes start to disappear, you will experience side effects like redness, tightness, and peeling for around a week.
The first two weeks will be sensitive for your skin; if you’re prone to inflammation, this may last longer. During this time, don’t wear makeup or use any skin products that your provider hasn’t approved. Instead, follow their aftercare guidelines.
You will be scheduled for a follow-up visit after three weeks. Your healthcare professional might spot treat certain spots or apply a second coat of the Cosmelan 1 mask.
It is essential that you stay out of the sun during your treatment. According to Dr. Green, “severe sun avoidance is necessary to complete the process.”
Even when your therapy is over, develop the everyday habit of getting sun exposure.
- Your aesthetician will advise you to stop using topical retinoids or other skin irritants for a week or more before your Cosmelan peel. It’s also recommended to stop using other acid exfoliants, such as glycolic acid, for a week before your treatment.