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cosmelan

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Trust the world’s number 1

cosmelan® is a professional depigmentation method that has an intensive corrective effect on skin hyperpigmentations whilst regulating the overproduction of melanin in the melanocytes, inhibiting and controlling the appearance of new dark spots. Its efficacy is based on its double mechanism of action that on the one part has a corrective effect, eliminating the hyperpigmentation and, on the other, a regulating effect, controlling the overproduction of melanin and in this way preventing the appearance of new spots in the long term.

Over one million patients worldwide and thousands of professionals endorse cosmelan® as the preferred depigmentation method to treat the most severe and resistant hyperpigmentations with maximum dermal efficacy and safety.

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Cosmelan Peel

Dermamelan Intimate

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Why cosmelan?

What are Skin spots?


Spots are a common problem, triggered by multiple external and internal factors: genetic predisposition, sun radiation, inflammatory conditions, hormonal changes, aging, exposure to chemicals and photosensitising drugs. There are several types of spots according to their shape, intensity, tone, area of appearance and triggering factors: melasma Due to hormonal changes or contraceptive treatments. Cheeks, upper lip, forehead and chin Solar and senile lentigo Due to occasional or cumulative sun overexposure, in particular with age (photoaging) in the areas with a greater sun exposure. Face, back of the hands, décolletage. Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) After inflammatory conditions: acne, depilation, aggressive treatments, etc. Higher risk in dark skins. Located on the face and body Ephelides (freckles) Characteristic of clear skin and with a strong genetic component. Face and body.





Skin Spot

What are Skin spots?


Spots are a common problem, triggered by multiple external and internal factors: genetic predisposition, sun radiation, inflammatory conditions, hormonal changes, aging, exposure to chemicals and photosensitising drugs. There are several types of spots according to their shape, intensity, tone, area of appearance and triggering factors: melasma Due to hormonal changes or contraceptive treatments. Cheeks, upper lip, forehead and chin Solar and senile lentigo Due to occasional or cumulative sun overexposure, in particular with age (photoaging) in the areas with a greater sun exposure. Face, back of the hands, décolletage. Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) After inflammatory conditions: acne, depilation, aggressive treatments, etc. Higher risk in dark skins. Located on the face and body Ephelides (freckles) Characteristic of clear skin and with a strong genetic component. Face and body.