“Have you ever wondered how celebrities look so flawless every time they appear on silver screen?” Well, they likely owe their blush to chemical peels. And among the chemical peels, mélange is the most preferred one since as it is minimally invasive procedure.
The mélange peel is perfect for uneven skin tone, deep discoloration and people who have melasma (a skin problem in which the person develop brown and gray patches on the face) the mélange peel guarantees even and brighter skin tone. It reduces the hyperpigmentation and evens the skin tone.
Is melange treatment right for me?
Melange treatment works both for men and women. Any age group can go for this treatment.
How does it work?
Melange 1 Masque is applied during an office visit where it is compounded freshly by the nurse to ensure its potency and reliability. The masque is removed by the patient after a required length of time depending on their skin type. Patients leave the office with this masque on their face. Patients are responsible for adhering to an easy-to-follow, but strict, at-home regimen involving the application of several Melange products following masque removal.
What are the benefits of Melange?
Melange is one of the least invasive ways to improve the look of your skin. It is a low cost, fast procedure that gives vibrant skin immediately after the treatment. In some cases, people have referred to this treatment as ‘confidence booster’
Who should not go for this treatment?
- The Melanage Skin Brightening System SHOULD NOT be used on patients with active cold sores or warts skin with open wounds, sunburn, excessively sensitive skin, dermatitis or inflammatory rosacea in the area to be treated.
- You should also not have a Melanage Skin Brightening System if you have a history of allergies, rashes, or other skin reactions, or may be sensitive to any of the components of this treatment.
- This peel is not recommended if you have taken Accutane within the past year, or received chemotherapy or radiation therapy. The Melanage Peel System should not be administered to pregnant or breastfeed (lactating) women as well.
- Lastly, people who have a history of herpes simplex should refer their doctor before going for the treatment.