Dermamelan

150 150 Instytut Adamowicz

What is ‘Dermamelan’?

‘Dermamelan’ is one of the most effective treatments for discolouration. It contains immediate brightening agents such as: α-arbutin, sorrel extract, Tyrosinol complex – tyrosinol inhibitor, aloe extract, liquorice smooth extract, niacinamide, bisabololol, ethoxydiglycol, salicylic acid, vitamin E, vitamin A, vitamin C. The treatment is suitable for all skin types and can be performed at any time of the year. The results in case of oily and mixed skin, are very good, because in addition to the fact that it allows to get rid of pigmented spots, the product regulates sebum secretion. This treatment also stimulates the renewal of collagen, which gives an excellent rejuvenating effect to the skin visible to the naked eye.

How does it work?

The mechanism of action of ‘Dermamelan’ is based on the use of substances inhibiting tyrosinase, a key enzyme in the formation of melanin.

The treatment begins with cleansing the face from make-up, then the doctor applies a degreasing liquid to the skin, removes dead cells from the surface of the skin, increasing the penetration of the active preparation Dermamelan 1. The next step is the application of Dermamelan 2. It is a mask of mustard colour, which constitutes the basis of the treatment. Its main goal is to eliminate discolouration. The mask is washed away at home, so it is recommended to perform the treatment in the afternoon or on a day off from work and other duties.

Home treatment is based on the use of Dermamelan 2, i.e. a cream supporting the effect of the treatment. The preparation supports the removal of hyperpigmentation, has properties regulating the secretion of sebum, prevents hyperpigmentation. One of the ingredients of the cream is a high filter sunscreen, which protects the skin against ultraviolet radiation during the therapy. The cream intensively nourishes, moisturises the skin afterwards and complements the treatment, keeps the skin smooth and elastic. It must be used according to doctor’s instructions!

The treatment is painless, but for the first few days afterwards the skin is irritated and reddened. A strong exfoliation of the epidermis takes place, which gradually disappears, leaving the skin smooth and brightened.

Indications:

  • hormonal hyperpigmentation
  • post-inflammatory stains
  • solar discolouration

Contraindications:

  • pregnancy
  • laser treatments performed at the same time (e.g. laser epilation, approx. 2 weeks break)
  • exposure to UV rays
  • active phase herpes
  • acne in the active phase
  • active inflammation of the skin
  • chemical peeling (approx. 1 week break)
  • retinoids (approx. 6 months break)
  • vitamin A derivatives (approx. 2 weeks break)

‘Cosmelan’ and ‘Dermamelan’ – differences:

‘Dermamelan’ contains more active ingredients than ‘Cosmelan’, with the addition of salicylic acid, which is not present in ‘Cosmelan’.

‘Dermamelan’ contains: α-arbutin, sorrel extract, Tyrosinol complex – tyrosinol inhibitor, aloe extract, liquorice extract, niacinamide, bisabololol, ethoxydiglycol, salicylic acid, vitamin E, vitamin A, vitamin C.

‘Cosmelan’ contains: kojic acid, phytic acid, arbutin, retinyl palmitate and ascorbic acid. The indications, contraindications and course of treatment are the same in both therapies.

Price: 1800 pln/ 1 treatment