Cosmelan Mask

Beauty Treatment

Goodbye to your blemishes with Cosmelan Mask.

The Cosmelan mask is a top-tier skin treatment that tackles hyperpigmentation, melasma and other forms of discoloration with professional-grade efficacy. It’s no surprise then why this depigmentation method has become the go-to for dermatologists and skincare professionals alike.

This two-part system comprises of the initial application – The Cosmelan 1 Mask- followed by continued maintenance using The Cosmelan 2 Cream. Here’s how it works:

Firstly, your expert skincare professional will apply the potent combination of active ingredients found in The Cosmelan 1 Mask to suppress melanin production (the pigment responsible for our skin color) while inhibiting its synthesis enzyme too! After leaving on as advised by your specialist, you’ll have thoroughly cleansed skin ready to be treated further!

Enter stage left: Cosmelen II Maintenance cream; which helps continue the depigmenting process whilst preventing future occurrences thanks to retinol, vitamin C & hydroquinone working together harmoniously towards lightening any remaining pigments or spots.

For optimal results follow up with several weeks use after completing step one – Your new glowing complexion awaits!

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Is cosmelan permanent?

Cosmelan is a depigmentation treatment that can provide long-lasting results, but it is not permanent. Maintenance and sun protection are necessary to sustain the effects. Periodic touch-up treatments may be required.

Can cosmelan peel be done at home?

No, the Cosmelan peel should not be done at home. The application involves a two-step process that typically begins with a professional application in a clinical setting. The initial mask is left on the skin for several hours or overnight, and it is followed by the use of specific home care products for ongoing maintenance.
The Cosmelan peel contains potent active ingredients and requires careful application and monitoring by a trained professional. It is designed to address specific skin concerns, such as melasma or hyperpigmentation, and should be administered under the supervision of a dermatologist or a qualified skincare professional.

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