Dermamelan Hyperpigmentation

What is Hyperpigmentation?

Hyperpigmentation is a condition where the skin produces excessive amounts of pigment (melanin) in a particular area, causing the skin to darken. This is usually a noticeable ‘patch’ or ‘area’ of darker colour which patients find quite unpleasant. People with naturally darker skin tones (e.g. those of Asian, Mediterranean, or African descent) are especially prone to hyperpigmentation.

Hyperpigmentation can be caused by a number of issues. Common contributing factors include:

  • sun damage
  • skin injuries or inflammation
  • acne
  • ageing process
  • a range of medical conditions or diseases

How Can Hyperpigmentation be Treated?

The first and most important treatment is to prevent hyperpigmentation from occurring. This means wearing a high factor mineral-based sunscreen year round.

By blocking the sun’s UVA and UVB rays, the melanocytes producing pigment are not stimulated into producing the pigmentation, which should help to stop the problem from getting worse.

Dermamelan

Dermamelan is a skin treatment regime which was specifically developed to treat hyperpigmentation by a plastic surgeon specialising in the skin disorder. The product contains a series of active ingredients which work to prevent an essential enzyme involved in forming pigment.

It is a depigmentation agent which is applied in clinic as a mask and can be used on a number of different types of hyperpigmentation:

  • Melasma – patchy, dark pigmentation of the skin
  • Chloasma – patchy brown facial discoloration (this often occurs with hormonal changes such as pregnancy, menopause or contraception)
  • Lentigo – small pigmented spots
  • Post-inflammatory

Dermamelan Programme at Clinicbe, London

Clinicbe offers Dermamelan as a sophisticated programme of treatment, designed by Dr Barbara Kubicka for optimum results:

  • 2 Dermamelan mask peels in clinic
  • Home treatment
  • 3 follow up appointments

Dermamelan Hyperpigmentation Treatment FAQ

What does it cost?

The full programme of treatment costs £1,050.

What other results can I expect from Dermamelan

As well as improving hyperpigmentation, many clients may see improvement in other areas too, such as:

  • reduced pore size
  • improvement to greasy skin
  • improved sun damage
  • nicer skin texture