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Cosmelan Depigmentation Treatment is a Chemical Peel that can aid in skin rejuvenation and bring about significant improvements to the appearance and health of the skin. It inhibits a basic enzyme in the melanin formation which results in the elimination of melanin patches on the face.

Are Cosmelan Peels for You?

Chemical peels have shown significant improvement in both men and women who are physically healthy, psychologically stable and are realistic in their expectations.

It is beneficial in patients who have discolourations and acne scars.

Alternatives to Chemical Peels include laser treatments and microdermbrasion.

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What to Expect

A low concentration of the peeling agent is applied to the skin. This initiates the peeling process causing the uppermost layer of the skin to peel off allowing healthier looking skin to replace the old skin.

During the first 48 hours after treatment, slight burning or tightening of the skin is considered normal.

Majority of patients achieve the desired results after 1 – 2 treatments. Some may require further treatments to achieve the desired effect as medical treatment is not an exact science and the degree of improvement varies.

Infections and mild pigmentation problems can occur as a result of a chemical peel more often than not from not following post-peel instructions.

Some patients return to work the same day and some take a little more time to heal and may return to work in a few days time.

It is extremely important to avoid direct sun exposure for 4 – 6 weeks pre-chemical peel and 4 – 6 weeks post chemical peel.

Harley Street Surgery of London has been on the forefront of medical innovation. We continuously offer patients the most cutting edge techniques in medical treatment. If you would like to learn more about how your skin could benefit from a Chemical Peel, please contact our office for a private consultation appointment.

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