London, UK - July 16, 2013

THE POWER OF COMBINATION FOR ACNE TREATMENT.

Chemical peel procedure has become one of the most popular non-invasive aesthetic treatments on the market. Patients clamour for it, using its milder forms to help undo years of cellular damage, and its more stringent forms to alter dramatic imperfections.

Chemical peel is an attractive, lunch-time facial pick-me-up. A fully qualified physician who knows how to administer just the right peel to just the right areas of the face can bring in a large and profitable clientele.

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London, UK - February 19, 2013

Combination of chemical peels and topical depigmentation ingredients FOR the effective and SAFE treatment of melasma.

The treatment of hyperpigmented lesions, like melasma, is one of the biggest challenges to health care professionals and requires a correct training of all involved in skin care treatment.

Melasma is an acquired hyperpigmentary disorder that predominantly affects sun-exposed facial women skins. Lesions may present as tan, brown, blue, or black macules and patches in the centrofacial, malar, or mandibular regions. Multiple factors are involved in the aetiology and pathogenesis of melasma, including sun exposure, genetic predisposition, pregnancy, oral contraceptives and hormone therapy.

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FAQs DEPIGMENTATION TREATMENT

What is melanogenesis?

Melanogenesis is a complex biochemical process involved in the production of skin pigments that determine skin colour. These pigments mission is to protect the skin from damage caused by the solar radiations.

Melanogenesis depends on different exogenous and endogenous factors which leads to an over production of melanin in localized areas unleashing the appearance of unsightly blemishes. The main cause is exposure to UV radiations, but there are also other factors involved such as hormonal and genetic factors, hypofisiary disorders, the ingestion of photosensitizing medication, the use of certain cosmetics, deficiency of vitamin D…etc.

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