This intensive depigmenting serum treats and reduces the appearance of dark spots, removes the melanin formed and regulates pigment overproduction.
Benefits of Mesoestetic Melan Tran3x Intensive Depigmenting Concentrate:
- Reduce the appearance of dark spots, removes the melanin formed & regulate pigment over production
- Contains innovative ingredient Tranexamic Acid
- Contains exfoliating acids including Mandelic, Salicylic & Lactic Acid
- Ultra-light texture serum
- Suitable for use after professional depigmentation treatments
Mesoestetic Melan Tran3x Intensive Depigmenting Concentrate is the ultimate depigmenting treatment and incredible results can be achieved when used in combination with Mesoestetic Melan Tran3x Daily Depigmenting Gel Cream.
Both these versatile products are suitable for use after professional depigmentation treatments such as Cosmelan/Dermamelan, IPL, Laser and Chemical Peels to enhance and maintain the results and avoid pigmentation reoccurring. Always consult your skincare professional before using any products to avoid any contraindications.
Mesoestetic Melan Tran3x Intensive Depigmenting Concentrate is a serum that acts on the epidermal cells that when exposed to certain factors such as sun, hormonal changes, contraceptives, inflammation and more, secrete a substance that triggers the process of melanin production.
Mesoestetic Melan Tran3x Intensive Depigmenting Concentrate is an extremely versatile product and can be used to many indications such as:
- As a depigmenting modular treatment, it can be used in treating solar lentigines, senile, freckles and even HPI of different intensities. Also, to treat pigmentation in body areas such as areas of friction, armpits or crotch.
- As a post-laser treatment to avoid the post-inflammatory pigmentation that laser can produce in patients with medium and high phototypes. It also works to enhance the depigmenting results of laser treatments.
- As a maintenance treatment of the Cosmelan/Dermamelan method, to keep the pigmentation under control and enhance the results obtained.
Mesoestetic Melan Tran3x Intensive Depigmenting Concentrate is made up of a variety of proven active ingredients and complexes…
3% Tranexamic Acid
Numerous clinical studies support the topical application of Tranexamic Acid and it’s efficacy and tolerance in treating skin hyperpigmentation.
Tranexamic Acid is a cutting-edge ingredient that complements and enhances the effectiveness of treatments against hyperpigmentation.
5% Enzymacid Complex
This exfoliating complex contains Mandelic, Salicylic, Lactic Acid and an Active Biotechnological Enzyme. It works by removing excess melanin accumulated in the superficial layers of the skin.
2% Tyr Control Complex
The Tyr Control Complex is made up of kojic acid plus biotechnologic plankton extract, tyr control peptide and alanine. All three of these active ingredients work in synergy with each other to control the process of tyrosinase activity, which leads to the appearance of pigmentation.
Niacinamide prevents the transfer of melanin from the deep layers of the skin to the outer layers, where it will forms a darker and more visible pigmentation on the skin surface.
How to use:
Apply 3-4 drops of Mesoestetic Melan Tran3x Intensive Depigmenting Concentrate on clean and intact skin and distribute evenly. Then apply Mesoestetic Melan Tran3x Daily Depigmenting Gel Cream and massage until completely absorbed.
Apply both products morning and night for optimum effectiveness. In case of direct or intense exposure to the sun, limit the application of Mesoestetic Melan Tran3x Intensive Depigmenting Concentrate to evening use only and apply Mesoestetic Mesoprotech Melan SPF 130+ Pigment Control, which provides very high sun protection, a preventive depigmentation action and a touch of colour.
How to use when using Dermamelan Treatment Maintenance Cream or Cosmelan 2 Depigmentation Cream:
Mesoestetic Melan Tran3x Daily Depigmenting Gel Cream & Mesoestetic Melan Tran3x Intensive Depigmenting Concentrate can only be used once a day when using Dermamelan Treatment Maintenance Cream or Cosmelan 2 Depigmentation Cream.
When using Dermamelan Treatment Maintenance Cream or Cosmelan 2 Depigmentation Cream, it should be applied in the evening only. Melan Tran3x Daily Depigmenting Gel Cream & Mesoestetic Melan Tran3x Intensive Depigmenting Concentrate should be applied in the morning as directed above.
Wash hands after application and avoid direct contact with eyes and mucous membranes. If necessary, rinse with plenty of water. Keep out of reach of children.
Ingredients for Mesoestetic Melan Tran3x Intensive Depigmenting Concentrate:
Aqua, Bis-PEG-12 Dimethicone, Butylene Glycol, Hydroxyethyl Urea, Niacinamide, Tranexamic Acid, Mandelic Acid, Polymethylsilsesquioxane, Lactic Acid, Sodium Citrate, Sodium Hydroxide, Kojic Acid, Plankton Extract, Bacillus Ferment, Acetyl Glycyl beta-Alanine, Glycogen, Ethylhexylglycerin, Propylene Glycol, Glycerin, Salicylic Acid, Citric Acid, Xanthan Gum, Polyacrylate Crosspolymer-11, Aminoethylphosphinic Acid, Disodium EDTA, Sclerotium Gum, Lecithin, Pullulan, Pentylene Glycol, Sodium Hyaluronate Crosspolymer-2, Silica, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Metabisulfite, Phenoxyethanol, Parfum.
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- Works well alongside in-clinic treatments
- Reduce the appearance of dark spots
- Removes the melanin formed
- Regulates pigment overproduction
“Mesoestetic are the experts in depigmentation treatments and products. For many years, products & in-clinic treatments from the Spanish Pharmaceutical company, including Cosmelan & Dermamelan, have been extremely popular at Face the Future.
Tranexamic Acid is the most up-to-date ingredient in treating pigmentation and the great news is the new Tran3x products work well alongside other professional depigmentation treatments such as Cosmelan/Dermamelan, IPL, Laser and Chemical Peels to enhance and maintain the results and avoid pigmentation reoccurring.”
Claire, Face the Future Skin Care Expert
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