Mesoestetic Cosmelan 2 Cream
Since cosmelan 2 forms part of an integral treatment it is recommended to consult with a professional on the precise instructions of the “cosmelan method protocol”.
Cosmelan 2 is applied to clean, dry skin through a gentle massage, following the instructions of the “cosmelan method protocol”. This protocol envisions the stages of:
- Continuous depigmenting: 48 hours after removing the cosmelan 1 mask, it is necessary to continue with the daily routine to supplement the corrective depigmenting action of the method and to regulate overproduction of melanin inside the melanocyte. Apply cosmelan 2 three times a day (morning, midday and night), followed by hydra-vital factor k and moisturizing sun protection SPF 50+ during the day.
- Control of hyperpigmentation: At this point, it is important to treat the root cause of the blemish, controlling the overproduction of melanin by constant regulation of the melanocyte. This controls both intra- and intercellular melanin production and prevents repigmentation. Apply cosmelan 2 morning and night, followed by hydra-vital factor k, and moisturizing sun protection SPF 50+ during the day. In case of sun exposure, reapply UV protection at midday.
- Control of reappearance: The tendency to develop dark spots is an ongoing risk. During this control phase, the reappearance of the treated spots and the formation of new ones is prevented, prolonging the results of the method for longer. Apply cosmelan 2 at night, followed by hydra-vital factor k. During the day, apply moisturizing sun protection SPF 50+ and reapply in cases of direct sun exposure.
Once the method is complete, we strongly recommend continuous use of sun protection as a permanent cosmetic treatment.
Cosmelan® is the world’s leading professional depigmenting method. Cosmelan 2 is the topical anti-spot cream for home use. Maintains the results obtained with the professional treatment and prevents the appearance of new skin alterations.
Pigmentation concerns are a growing, global issue; they affect more than 90% of adults over the age of 50. Regardless of skin color, they are a significant issue because of their unattractive appearance and negative psychological and emotional impact, affecting quality of life. Skin hyperpigmentation is caused by abnormal production of melanin, the pigment responsible for skin color, and is a consequence of uncontrolled, localized overproduction of melanin by the melanocytes, causing irregular skin coloration and dark spots.