Dermamelan® Melasma Treatment (Severe Cases)
Severe Melasma Treatment with Dermamelan® by Mesoestetic®
Dermamelan® by Mesoestetic® Depigmentation treatments offers major advantages and benefits compared to other types of depigmentation treatments.
The system comprises an at home skin regime that will help to diminish unwanted pigmentation in the skin due to Melasma, Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation and Sun Damage.
SkinVantage is conveniently located inside the College Park Mall, Downtown Toronto. It is accessible by College TTC Subway or College & Yonge Streetcar.
Dermamelan® offers the best solution for the frustrating issues related to melasma
Dermamelan® Depigmentation Treatment is a unique formula for the removal of dark spots. It offers major advantages and benefits compared to other types of depigmentation treatments that are available in the market. The treatment consists of two mask applications and an at-home skin regime that will help 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.
Our Work Process
SkinVantage Medical Aesthetic Clinic takes you beyond the makeup counter to provide beauty solutions that include a range of minimally invasive treatments.
1. Free Consultation
Get a personalized beauty consultation with Nurse Practitioners and Medical Estheticians.
2. Get The Procedure
The procedure will be applied by our fully vetted, insured, and experienced team.
Detailed post-treatment instructions will be shared with you and a follow-up session will be scheduled on-demand.
Frequently Asked Questions
Melasma is a skin condition caused by an increase in the pigment-producing cells in the skin. The precise cause of melasma is unknown, however, people with a family history of melasma are more likely to develop this condition themselves. A change in hormonal status may trigger melasma. It is commonly associated with pregnancy and called chloasma, or the “mask of pregnancy.” Birth control pills (due to estrogen) appear to increase the risk of melasma, however, hormone replacement therapy used after menopause has not been shown to cause the condition. Sun exposure certainly contributes to melasma. Ultraviolet light from the sun can stimulate pigment-producing cells, or melanocytes in the skin. People with skin of color have more active melanocytes than those with light skin. These melanocytes produce a large amount of pigment under normal conditions, but this production increases even further when stimulated by light exposure or an increase in hormone levels. Incidental exposure to the sun is mainly the reason for recurrences of melasma.
Dermamelan®, when applied to the face and body, works to reduce the pigmentation by blocking tyrosinase, the enzyme responsible for the production of pigmentation in the skin. The Dermamelan® regulates the amount of melanin pigment that is formed in the skin and exfoliates dark visible pigmentation, which evens out the skin’s tone and reduces hyperpigmentation.