Age Spots and Melasma Treatment with Melarase

January 07, 2018

Age Spots and Melasma Treatment with Melarase

Treating Age Spots and Melasma with Melarase Creams

Age spots are an insidious part of premature aging. Once they form on the skin, they usually multiply in areas with increased sun exposure. Experts advise men and women to use daily sunscreen to prevent sunspots, but prevention is often futile when the spots have already started to develop from decades-long sun exposure.

Los Angeles plastic surgeon and skin expert, Dr. Raffy Karamanoukian, recommends an intense skin rejuvenation protocol for age spots that includes fractional laser, Covalent chemical peels, and daily skin brightening creams to improve your skin’s complexion. Laser therapy, he adds, must be combined with a proper skin regimen to enhance and maintain youthful results.

He recommends the following skincare products for dark age spots: Melarase

  • MelaClenz Brightening Cleanser
  • Melarase AM: Day-time skin lightener with SPF 30
  • Melarase PM: Night-time skin lightener
  • Melapads: Daily Exfoliating Pads
  • Replenish Retinoid Cream: Exfoliating and skin-stimulating night cream

Usage:

  • Wash your face twice daily with MelaClenz
  • Apply Melapads to the face, followed by one pump of Melarase AM in the morning
  • Apply Melapads to the face, followed by a mixture of Replenish cream and Melarase PM in the evening before bed.

AM:                                                                            PM:

  1. MelaClenz Wash                                                   1. MelaClenz Wash
  2. Melapads                                                              2. Melapads
  3. Melarase AM                                                         3. Melarase PM + Replenish

(Instructions for mixing Melarase PM and Replenish: Mix one pump of Replenish Retinoid Cream and one pump of Melarase PM in the palm of your hand; apply liberally onto face and neck.)

Additional Products:

  • Elevase Moisture Booster: Daily ceramide cream that helps moisturize the skin.




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