Why consider a Cosmelan Peel?

  • Lightens pigmentation
  • Improves melasma
  • Suitable for all ethnicities
  • Refresh sun damaged skin
  • 45 minutes

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Before and After


Cosmelan Peel

What is a Cosmelan Peel?

A Cosmelan Peel is a two-phased depigmentation treatment designed to remove or reduce melasma and pigmentation on the skin. The two-phased approach is both an in-clinic treatment and advanced cosmeceutical products to be used at home for approximately 6 months.

The Cosmelan Peel is the number one treatment worldwide for melasma and pigmentation. The Cosmelan method has proven efficacy tests which support The Cosmelan mask is professionally applied and left on for 8-12 hours. This treatment is effective when combined with the home care cosmeceutical products as advised by the therapist in the consultation. It will target melasma and pigmentation and cause the skin to darken and peel over the next 7-10 days.

After 5-7 days, the second phase of the Cosmelan peel starts with the cosmeceutical take-home products. These skincare products prevent the reoccurrence of melasma and further pigmentation.

It is important to note that the skin will produce melanin that creates melasma and pigmentation. Only by the continued use of Cosmelan cosmeceuticals skincare will the patient control and prevent the recurrence of melasma and pigmentation.

  • 3 x Complimentary LED Light Therapy treatments are included with every Cosmelan Peel to help speed up the healing process.
  • Preparing the skin for the advanced Cosmelan Peel is mandatory for 4 – 6 weeks before having this treatment.

Enhance your results:

Elevate your experience with the Cosmelan Peel by combining cosmetic injectable treatments such as wrinkle relaxer injections and beauty boosters to improve your skin rejuvenation and smooth unwanted lines. We offer complimentary Cosmelan peel consultations.

Similar treatments to the Cosmelan Peel:

Several treatments are similar to the Cosmelan Peel in terms of their ability to improve the appearance of the skin and lighten both hormonal and sun pigmentation. However, Cosmelan Peel is still the gold standard worldwide for melasma. Here are a few examples:

1. Laser Therapy: Laser treatments, such as fractional laser resurfacing or IPL (Intense Pulsed Light), can effectively treat pigmentation but not melasma.
2. Microneedling: Microneedling, also known as collagen induction therapy, involves using a device with tiny needles to create controlled micro-injuries in the skin. It can improve the appearance of hyperpigmentation and melasma.
3. Topical Skin Lightening Agents: Prescription-strength topical creams or serums containing ingredients such as Hydroquinone, retinoids, kojic acid, azelaic acid, or vitamin C can help reduce hyperpigmentation and even out skin tone. These products can be used alone or in combination with other treatments. Please note a Doctor prescribes Hydroquinone.
4. We also offer Dermamelan, a medical-grade peel for deep, stubborn, moderate-severe pigmentation.

It’s essential to consult with a Cosmelan Peel specialist to determine which treatment is best suited for your specific skin type and concerns. They can assess your skin condition and recommend the most appropriate option.