What is Dermamelan?

If you suffer from hyperpigmentation as a result of sun damage, aging, or genetics, you may be a good candidate for a new treatment known as Dermamelan. This hyperpigmentation procedure is now available at Skinatomy Laser Clinic.

How Does Dermamelan Work?

Dermamelan and cosmelan treatments work by targeting the melanin enzyme in your skin. This enzyme is what gives every individual their unique skin tone. These treatments also help to control your sebaceous glands which moisturize the skin. The Dermamelan treatment is generally for prominent discoloration while Cosmelan is for less visible skin pigment conditions. Both of these products work by lightening the dark skin spots on your face. Most discoloration is caused by UV rays from the sun, hormonal imbalances, and genetics.

Am I a Good Candidate For Dermamelan?

Dermamelan/Cosmelan treatments are very popular skin bleaching therapies and are great for all sorts of skin types and colors. This skin bleaching technique is safe and many patients don’t have strong reactions to the product.

How Long Does a Typical Treatment Take?

A typical Dermamelan treatment takes about an hour to perform.

What Results Will I See?*

Treatment options and visits are dependants on your skin condition and color. Darker skin has a tendency of lightening up over a period of 8-10 days while lighter skin can take up to 21 days. Dermamelan may be a good solution if you are suffering from a severe acne condition. The treatment reduces oiliness in your skin and improves the discoloration. Most patients say their skin looks fresh, youthful and the discoloration is improved after the procedure.

Is There Any Downtime?

There’s no downtime, but clients may experience a little bit of redness and peel after the treatments, which is normal.

Take The First Step

Ready to learn more? Schedule a complimentary consultation by filling out the form on this page or calling Skinatomy Laser Clinic at (416) 901-9392 (Toronto) or (905) 949-9198 (Mississauga).

*Individual Results May Vary