Melasma Peel

The World's Leading Depigmenting Method. 

The Cosmelan® peel is the world’s leading professional depigmentation method designed to eliminate or reduce dark spots on your skin, while unifying the skin tone and enhancing skin luminosity.

Cosmelan® is a unique combination of active ingredients of proven efficacy that acts on the entire process of spot formation to remove the accumulation of melanin and inhibit the formation of new spots. The Cosmelan® method consists of 4-phases which are necessary to achieve the target outcome. Intense depigmentation in the cabin in phase 1 and treatment for home use in phases 2, 3, and 4. 

1. Phase I: Intensive Depigmentation

2. Phase II: Continuous Depigmentation

3. Phase III: Hyperpigmentation Regulation

4. Phase IV: Reappearance Control

The synergistic action of the method products ensures:
• higher depigmenting efficacy
• greater comfort during treatment
• lower risk of repigmentation

Compliance with the home schedule is essential to meet the depigmenting objective in the short and long term.

Cosmelan® treats the following skin problems:


Melasma is a common skin problem.  The condition causes dark, discolored patches on your skin. Melasma causes patches of discoloration. The patches are darker than your usual skin color. It typically occurs on the face and is symmetrical, with matching marks on both sides of the face. Other areas of your body that are often exposed to sun can also develop melasma.  Brownish colored patches usually appear on the cheeks, forehead, bridge of the nose, and chin.

PIH Post (Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation)

Irregular spots, asymmetric, flat, dark, pigmentation, localized or dispersed. Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation is darkening of the skin in an area of prior injury or skin disorder from increased pigment (melanin) left from the healing process.  Acne is a common cause as well as any type of skin injury (scrapes, cuts, burns, insect bites, or chronic rubbing) or many other skin disorders, such as eczema (atopic dermatitis).

Lentigo (Sunspots)

A lentigo is a pigmented flat or slightly raised lesion with a clearly defined edge. Unlike an ephelis (freckle), it does not fade in the winter months. There are several kinds of lentigo. The name lentigo originally referred to its appearance resembling a small lentil.

Ephelides (Freckles)

An ephelis is a freckle, a small, light brown or tan mark on the skin. There can be hundreds or thousands of them on exposed skin.

Photoaging (Sun Damage)

Here are some signs photoaging:

Wrinkling, pigmentation changes such as age spots, liver spots (solar lentigines) and freckles.

Loss of skin tone (decreased elasticity)

Rough, uneven skin texture.

Broken capillaries (spider veins), usually around the nose and chest.

Redness and blotchiness.

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