Meladerm® was developed after four years of tests and trials to cure skin problems by the R& D team consisting of professional researchers, chemists, and pharmacists of Civant skincare. Meladerm® is safe to lighten age spots and does not contain hydroquinone, mercury, steroids, or other harmful bleaching substances.
How does Meladerm work?
Meladerm® contains the most beneficial and safest active ingredients derived from natural extracts such as Mulberry, Licorice, and Bearberry plants. Your skin color comes from a natural pigment called melanin. Melanin pigment is synthesized in specialized cytoplasm organelles called melanosomes. The melanosomes in darker portions of the skin are more active than those found in normal areas of the body. In order to naturally fade dark skin spots and obtain an even complexion, you must dedicate time and patience to the process.
What makes Meladerm unique?
There are hundreds of skin lightening products already on the market. You may even see creams that contain the same active ingredients as Meladerm® but in order to harness the true power of the active ingredients, Civant takes great care when manufacturing the product. It saves Kojic Acid from light and air to save its deterioration and store other ingredients in vacuum desiccators in order to preserve their shelf life. Furthermore, the Civant team takes great effort to micronized and filter all active ingredients and extracts for superior efficiency. Cheaper quality manufacturers do not take these precautions. All of Civant Skin Care products are manufactured in the United States in an FDA registered and CGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practices) compliant facility to cure skin problems.
What is Meladerm used for?
Meladerm® is generally used to reduce the appearance of hyperpigmented skin on the body or face. It is also used to achieve a uniform skin tone by reducing the appearance of uneven areas and dark spots.
Meladerm® can be used on the face and body for specific areas to lighten age spots:
a) Hyperpigmentation / Dark discolorations
b) Age / Liver spots / Sunspots
d) Tans / Sun damage
e) Melasma / Chloasma
f) Acne marks
g) Old scars
i) Dark elbows, knees, underarms, knuckles
j) Uneven skin tones
h) Lighten age spots
Years of sun exposure will gradually cause exposed skin to become dull and often blotchy. Meladerm® works to brighten the overall complexion by reducing the appearance of hyperpigmentation associated with sun damage. Over the course of a few months, treated skin will gradually become uniform and eventually be restored to its original luminous color and texture. The cream is meant for topical use only and should not be ingested or used in the eyes or mouth. Meladerm® is not a drug and is not intended to treat or prevent any disease.
Meladerm® Usage Directions:
Wash and dry your skin before applying Meladerm over the affected area. Apply this cream twice daily and massage thoroughly until the cream is absorbed completely into the skin. You will get the best results if you use this product after an exfoliation scrub. Moisturizers, sunblock, and makeup can be used after the product has been applied successfully. Please consult with a dermatologist prior to use if you have any underlying medical conditions or general concerns. Long term treatments with any product for curing skin problems should be monitored by a medical professional.
1. Apply once in the morning and once at night for best results.
2. The use of an additional wide spectrum sunblock of SPF 30 (or higher) is strongly recommended.
3. Wait 10 minutes before applying makeup and/or sunblock.
4. Heavy sun exposure should be limited. Avoid the use of tanning beds and/or sun lamps.
5. For topical use only and should not be ingested or used in the eyes or mouth.
6. Store in a cool, dry area away from direct sunlight.
7. Do not dismantle the container as this will allow air and light to oxidize with the product.
When combined with exfoliation agents, Meladerm® often provides initial results within 2 weeks of use, however, full results generally take 2-3 months and vary based on the individual’s specific skin physiology and condition and the amount of sun exposure you receive on a daily basis.