Darkening of the skin is a common dermatological concern that can have different underlying causes. Melasma is one form of hyperpigmentation that commonly occurs after pregnancy (the “mask” of pregnancy). There is no perfect treatment for the various forms of melasma. Creams advertised in stores and lasers marketed in spas usually don’t work for melasma.
At Brampton Cosmetic & Medical Dermatology, we give you honest, simple advice on the most effective & clinically proven treatments that currently exist for melasma. In Brampton, we have more experience with melasma than most other clinics in Canada.
DERMAMELAN for Melasma
Dermamelan Depigmentation treatments offers major advantages and benefits compared to other types of depigmentation treatments found in the market. This system comprises of two mask applications and an at home skin regime that will help to diminish unwanted pigmentation in the skin due to Melasma, Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation and Sun Damage. The Dermamelan uses a variety of active ingredients including Azelaic Acid, Kojic Acid, Phytic Avid, Ascorbic Acid, Arbutine and Titanium Dioxide. Dermamelan is a popular solution to many people who have struggled with other methods of depigmentation treatments that have failed in the past. The treatment is effective for all types of Melasma, PIH, pigment that has not lightened with Hydroquinone products, pigmentation that has not resolved with chemical peels, pigmentation due to sun exposure and pigmentation due to acne breakouts. The Dermamelan is completely safe to use all year around on any skin type. The added benefits that clients love about the Dermamelan are the fresh glowing skin that shows minimized pore size, diminished fine lines and a brighter complexion.