Demelan® Even Skin Tone Cream
Demelan® Even Skin Tone Cream works to even out skin tone and give you the healthy and radiant looking skin you deserve. Unlike other creams, Demelan® Even Skin Tone Cream has the benefits of three clinically proven active ingredients. This means that visible results can be seen in four weeks*, with continued improvement as you maintain treatment.
Dual-action formulation which addresses the underlying causes of uneven skin tone.
1. Improves skin texture and radiance
2. Contains active ingredients with therapeutic properties
3. Available without a prescription
4. Recommended by dermatologists
Demelan® Even Skin Tone Cream uses:
Fits in conveniently with your usual daily skincare regime
Demelan® Even Tone Cream can be used on all skin tones
*Results may vary in individuals
Demelan® Even Skin Tone Cream can be used together with your usual daily skincare regime provided existing products do not contain Vitamin A, Retinol or any other active peeling agents.
It is recommended that you begin by applying Demelan® Even Skin Tone Cream every second day for the first week. Apply a small amount only to the problem areas in the evening after your normal cleansing routine. Demelan® Even Skin Tone Cream is not intended as a replacement for your normal moisturiser.
Apply Demelan® Even Skin Tone Cream before your moisturiser so as not to create a barrier between the treatment and your skin. A sunscreen with a SPF 30 or higher should be applied in the mornings and during the day. Prolonged sun exposure should be avoided while treating uneven skin tone. Avoid applying to eyelids, external corners of the mouth, nose and any injured or irritated parts of the skin.
You should stop treatment once the discoloured area returns to the same shade as the surrounding skin. Continued use should be under the guidance of a healthcare professional.
Demelan® Even Skin Tone Cream is gentle
Demelan® Even Skin Tone Cream does not contain hydroquinone. Hydroquinone is a skin-lightening agent often used in other treatments and should only be used under the guidance of a healthcare professional, as it has been known to cause sensitivity. This synthetic-based ingredient has been banned in Europe and Japan as it may be the cause of certain adverse health effects and is linked to severe hyperpigmentation diseases.
How our skin gets its colour
Melanin is an important pigment or group of colour cells that are naturally produced by the skin. It’s what gives your skin its’ natural colour. Melanin also protects the skin from the sun’s harmful rays. Simply put, skin pigmentation is the natural colour of your skin.
What is hyperpigmentation?
The possible development of darker spots and patches on the face or body may be a problem for many, forcing us to cover up these areas. This skin condition is referred to as hyperpigmentation. Hyperpigmentation happens when the skin produces too much melanin. This is a problem — it is the unwanted pigmentation that causes your skin to look darker than normal.
What causes hyperpigmentation?
All skin types are affected by pigmentation problems when the skin is exposed to various levels of stress and damage. But it is most common in darker skin types, with women making up a large majority of those affected (90 percent.)
Hyperpigmentation may be caused by: