EPIDERMAL HYPERPIGMENTATION

This product range is intended for individuals - most frequently women - suffering from hyperpigmentation such as senile or actinic lentigo, melasma or chloasma.

Hyperpigmentation appears a more or less expansive brown spots, generally located in parts of the body exposed to the sun. Multiple origins have been identified.

For example, melasma, also known as chloasma, is a symmetrical pigmentation of the face that appears following hormonal changes and promoted by exposure to the sun.

ANTI-SPOTS

DEPIWHITE RANGE

OVERCOMING BROWN SPOTS

Thanks to a complete range of depigmenting care products adapted to the various epidermal hyperpigmentation locations.

Existing treatments are effective for attenuating or eliminating hyperpigmentation. In some cases, particularly in the case of melasma, the slightest exposure to the sun rapidly causes the epidermal hyperpigmentation to reappear. The severity of the melasma thus varies with the seasons: winter improvement and summer aggravation.

To effectively treat the problem of epidermal hyperpigmentation, effective sun protection is thus frequently essential. By including a series of best practices, patients suffering from pigmentation spots will be able to achieve real results.

ANTI-SPOTS