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How Our Depigmentation Peel Can Help You

One of the tricky things about skin care is finding the right skincare treatment that’s right for you and your skin. When it comes to pigmentation and hyperpigmentation, there are a variety of different treatments out there that claim to give patient real and lasting results. Here at our office, we offer patients a chemical peel that is designed with this exact concern in mind.

 

What’s the Depigmentation Peel by Cosmelan?

There are a variety of different chemical peels out there that are used to treat different skin concerns. The depigmentation peel by Cosmelan is the ideal peel for patients who suffer from melasma, hyperpigmentation, or blotchy skin. This two-step process involves an in-office stimulating mask and the use of Cosmelan products from the comfort of your own home.

 

What Are the Benefits of the Cosmelan Peel?

One of the reasons why we at Dermatology Institute & Skin Care Center sing the praises of the Cosmelan peel is because it has several benefits including:

 

Who is the ideal candidate?

One of the unique things about the Cosmelan peel is that it can be used on patients of all different ethnicities and with all different skin types. Even though the Cosmelan peel is ideal for patients with hyperpigmentation or melasma, we still encourage all of our patients to come into our office beforehand for a brief consultation During your consultation, our doctors will be able to better determine whether not this peel is going to be the right fit for you.

Let us help you fight your hyperpigmentation with this peel. To learn more about the Cosmelan peel, contact our Santa Monica office and call us at 310-829-4104

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