If you are concerned about the growing spots on the face and you are tired to try all kinds of home remedies and tricks and nothing happens, it may be time to think of a depigmentation treatment. Many of the dark spots that usually have the face are caused by an increase of pigment caused by the sun, medications, birth control pills and others.
However, these spots have a solution, so the question is: What to know about the depigmentation treatment? Is it harmful to the skin? How the depigmentation is done? Are the effects lasting? What I care to do the depigmentation treatment?
The best time of year for a depigmentation treatment is in autumn, the sun is so strong and is probably just when the spots have appeared, due to high sun exposure. The more new spots, the more effective the treatment.
There depigmentation treatments that only your doctor does, however others may be done at home. Such is the case of creams called Brossage for deep stains that require aggressive treatment, Amelan that unlike other treatments may be exposed to the sun again after a reasonable time and stains do not reappear.
According to many opinions and experiences, Amelan works and you can do at home, you can also go to a dermatologist who will help in treatment. What is the procedure of this depigmentation treatment?
The first step is to thoroughly clean the face. Needless to say that the makeup must not exist. It uses a special cleanser for lips and eyes. Then, with a tonic is cleansed and toned skin. Apply the lightening cream on the spots and massage the area until the cream is completely absorbed. Leave the time indicated by the dermatologist, usually is 20 minutes and remove with water.
Once completed this depigmentation treatment, you have to perform maintenance. In the case of Amelan comes maintenance cream. During 1 year, every day you should apply this cream in areas where the stains were and watch the stains never return.
If you want a more effective and safe treatment, go to a dermatologist or center of beauty that have extensive experience in depigmentation treatments. However, you can do this treatment at home without fear of side effects as long as you follow the instructions.