Cosmelan – Pigmentation Cream | Pigmentation Removal, Sydney
Cosmelan Cream – Pigmentation, Skin Blemishes and Rejuvenation
Cosmelan is a unique cream used for pigmentation, skin blemishes and rejuvenation. It was developed in South America after many years of study and research by one of the leading Cosmetic Surgeons, Dr. E Krulig. Cosmelan is very successful for melisma, lentigo, post-inflammatory pigmentation and for prevention of pigmentation following peelings and acne. The cream beautifies and lightens the skin and prevents photo-aging and photo-damage. Cosmelan is suitable for any type of skin (even for dark skin). It is very safe and can be used throughout the year.
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Frequently asked questions
What is Cosmelan?
Cosmelan is a unique cream used for pigmentation, skin blemishes and rejuvenation. It was developed in South America after many years of study and research by one of the leading Cosmetic Surgeons, Dr E Krulig. Cosmelan is very successful for melisma, lentigo, post-inflammatory pigmentation and for prevention of pigmentation following peelings and acne. The cream beautifies and lightens the skin and prevents photo aging and photo-damage. Amelan is suitable for any type of skin (even for dark skin). It is very safe and can be used throughout the year.
Koji Acid, Tyrosinol complex, Alpha-arbutine, Regaliza extract, Retinol palmitate, Nicotinamide, Phosphatidilcoline, Leaf extract, Vitamins C, A, E.
The ingredients can increase epidermal and dermal thickness of the skin, and increase
collagen and elastin fibres synthesis. At the same time, it blocks the production of pigmentation and blemishes.
How does Cosmelan work?
The process of pigmentation (melanogenesis) is blocked by Cosmelan because the cream obstructs the production of tyrozinase (the enzyme) and oxidation, responsible for pigmentation.
Tyrozinase is blocked by: Kojic acid, tyrosinol and leaf extract.
Oxidation is blocked by: Alpha-arbutine, Vitamins C, A, E
Nicotinamide blocks transfer of pigmented granules from melanocytes (cells producing pigment) to keratinocytes (cells of the skin). Cosmelan has antioxidants, which neutralisefree radicals.
Emollients in Cosmelan reduce irritation of the skin caused by the whitening agents. Other ingredients increase the collagen synthesis of the epidermal cells. The treated skin demonstrates significant signs of rejuvenation and beautification. Two solar filters are included for 20SPF protection and absorption of UVA radiation.
Tyronsinol is a new depigmentating agent, developed by MesoEstetic. It is derived from phenol, which acts by the inhibition of the tyrosinase (the enzyme), and therefore blocks melanin (pigment) synthesis. Tyrosinol potency in the inhibition of pigmentation is superior to hydroquinone.
Stimulation of Collagen
With age, the dermal fibroblasts (cells) lose their capacity of collagen synthesis. Vitamin C is a co-factor in the stability of collagen and stimulates the synthesis of collagen.
Treatment of Melasma
*Cleanse and degrease the skin.
*Apply Cosmelan initially at night for 3-4 nights
*If no irritation has occurred (98% of patients have no irritation), begin to apply twice a day for 3 weeks: Morning application for 3 hours minimum, evening application left all night.
*From the 4th week on, apply only at night.
*If Melasma spot is persistent, apply in the area for continuous 24 hours is possible and no irritation occurs.
Beautification of the Skin
Cosmelan is lightly abrasive, causing a regenerative effect by a formation of the epidermis (skin cells). It stimulates capillary circulation and gives a pink, luminous and firm appearance to the skin.
*Clean and degrease skin.
*Apply Cosmelan every night for the 1st week.
*From the 2nd week, apply 2-3 times per week
(minimum 6 hours).
Dr Roberts’ extended experience in both the dermatological and surgical specialties has enabled him to develop a holistic approach in the cosmetic and beauty industry. His practice is focused on achieving natural looking beauty by the application of both surgical and non-surgical skills.