Pigmentation disorders, discolorations, acne scars and other ailments, along with a number of other skin conditions are therapeutic challenges that all dermatologists face on a daily basis.
Hyperpigmentation may be localized, as in the case of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation or melasma, or more diffuse in onset. Diffuse hyperpigmentation tends to be related to metabolic causes, certain medications, malignancy or autoimmune or infectious etiologies.
The treatments can be chemical peels (TCA peel, coccygeal, glycolic, azelaic), Lasers (Vbeam Laser, Fractional RF, IPL), diet and supplements, as well as topical preparations.
The doctor will evaluate your skin type as well as the appropriate treatment for you.
Bleaching – treatment of freckles with Cysteamine.
Facial mesotherapy with cysteamine is an extremely effective treatment for discoloration of freckles (brown spots) and melasma leaving the skin glowing with a uniform color tone
Cysteamine is a natural antioxidant found in human cells and acts by inhibiting the production of melanin in the skin. At the same time, it shields the cells by promoting the production of glutathione (a powerful antioxidant) thus protecting the skin from oxidative stress which causes premature aging.
For maximum results you need 6 sessions every 20 days and a maintenance with one mesotherapy every 3-4 months after the first cycle of treatments is recommended.
The treatment is supplemented by the use of Cyspera® cream every night at home.
Cyspera cream is a powerful whitening product without hydroquinone clinically proven to offer up to 67% reduction in freckles after 16 weeks of use.