White Skin cream is used for removing hyperpigmentation caused by sunlight that appear on the face. It is especially effective in reducing melasma. Its use is advised for skin that was damaged by sunlight. The cream has strong rejuvenating and regenerating properties, especially uneven complexion. It can be used in anti-age purposes and in reducing fatigue-like appearance. It shows great results in facial skin rejuvenation that are comparable to the effect of some laser treatments. It is ideal for achieving porcelain-like complexion and giving skin a fresh look, especially in skin of smokers and uneven complexion. It is not designed for body pigmentation, though it may help treat those irregularities, too.
Melasma is one of the most difficult aesthetically solvable skin conditions, and it is very common in women. It is manifested as brown pigmentation on forehead, cheeks, and above lip and is caused by too much female hormones. It is typical in pregnant women and women who use contraceptive pills. Also, UV rays and visible sunlight are one of the main causes of melasma. Hormones of adrenal gland and first level skin cells also entice appearance of melasma. It is less visible during winter, and more noticeable during summer. Most women find melasma their worst nightmare because many treatments and creams do not give desired results, while their effort, nerves, and money suffer. Many women are not satisfied because although they use SPF creams, melasma keeps returning and they cannot get rid of it, or, if they do, it keeps coming back.
Up until recently, it was thought that UV rays entice melasma development, but the truth is that all visible sunlight rays can increase pigment production. Hot wax for removing facial hairs can also entice melasma appearing there. SPF creams do not protect from melasma because they don't protect the skin from all visible light. Therefore, we are left with foundation and powder, or toning creams to protect the skin from it. It was also proven that some hormones by adrenal gland and some skin-induced factors increase melasma. Some cell pigments (melanocytes) can uncontrollably produce pigment under the influence of all the aforementioned factors and cause melasma.
Yes, men can also use this cream.
No, there is no age limit for using the cream.
It is the first anti-pigmentation cream for facial skin, the results of which can be compared with the results of a laser treatment, although laser treatments are the most effective. The results can be seen very quickly, after a few weeks. It can also be used in summer. At the same time, the cream has a strong effect of rejuvenating and regenerating the skin, and the use of the cream significantly improves the appearance and quality of the skin. One of the advantages is the price of the cream compared to laser treatments. The results achieved with our cream are much better and last much longer than other anti-pigmentation creams. It is the only cream that acts on the two main pathways of pigment development. It does not damage the skin by removing pigment like other creams and the skin is not sensitive after treatment. It achieves the fastest visible results that last longest.
White Skin 1 is used to remove melasma, and White Skin 2 to maintain the achieved results, i.e. prevent the return of melasma. White Skin 2 can be used on very dry and sensitive skin, or if White Skin 1 causes skin irritation. The main difference is in the higher concentration of the active substance in White Skin 1 which has a stronger effect, while the concentration of the active substance in White Skin 2 is lower and has lower effect.
The cream is based on the ingredients of resorcinol derivatives. White Skin is the only cream that acts on all stages of pigment development, i.e. substances that give color to the skin. It stops the enzyme tyrosinase, which is key for developing pigment, and promotes its dissolving. It also acts on other enzymes involved in pigment development. It blocks the transfer of pigment into cells. Suppresses the development of pigment cells.
The cream is suitable for all skin types.
Before applying the cream, the face should be thoroughly cleansed with cleansing milk, micellar solution or gel. The cream is applied exclusively at night, once on the whole face or targeted for pigmentation. Mild irritation or tingling may occur initially, which passes quickly. In case of burning or irritation, the face should be coated with a care cream over White Skin cream. If necessary, it is necessary to take a break of a few days. The cream should be applied every few days or several times a day to apply a day cream for facial care. For best results, it is advisable to wear powder or tinted sunscreen during the day.
There are no restrictions on application. The cream is used until the desired result is achieved. It is necessary to know that 100% removal of melasma is not possible. When achieving the desired condition, it is advisable to continue using White Skin 2 to maintain results, especially in summer or before summer. Melasma on the forehead and cheeks reduces faster and easier compared to the area of the earlobe where it needs to be applied longer for visible results.
Melasma is mostly removed, but unfortunately it cannot disappear 100%. Success depends on several factors: proper application of the cream, sun protection during and after treatment, age of the melasma, location of the melasma and all the factors involved in the formation of melasma as well as a number of other factors. Melasma on the epidermis is harder and slower to remove because this is where the pigment is located most deeply. The older the melasma, the deeper the pigment and the longer it takes for the result. The skin becomes shiny, smooth and the face looks fresh. The complexion improves and the face looks clean, fresh and rested. In addition to the appearance of the skin, the quality of the skin is significantly improved and a porcelain complexion is achieved. The cream additionally alleviates minor skin irregularities such as enlarged pores and smaller scars. It has a beneficial effect on problematic complexion and acne.
The cream may change color over time, but this does not affect further use and application. Immediately after opening the cream, it is necessary to close the cap well. The cream should be stored in dark and cool place. If the cream gets into your eyes, rinse immediately with water. It is advisable to avoid applying to area around eyes and chin, as it can cause irritation. There is no evidence of harmfulness of the cream during pregnancy, but due to general precautions, its use is not recommended. During use, it is not advisable to use abrasions, peels, topical retinoids, aggressive treatments or alcohol-based preparations for irritation.
There are numerous treatments of which only lasers are effective because the only ones that act directly on one of the main causes of melasma development. Peels, abrasions and IPL devices can only be used with great caution as they often aggravate melasma. The application of one's own blood, the so-called PRP treatment. Numerous creams are available on the market, but most aren’t effective. Among the lasers that are adequate for the treatment of melasma, we single out fractional lasers that cause microscopic damage under the skin which are replaced and thus expel pigment. Lasers that destroy capillaries that feed pigment cells are especially effective. Recently, so-called Q Switch lasers have been used to remove tattoos.
It is not possible to remove melasma 100%, but it can be removed almost completely. Melasma has a tendency to return, but it is not always necessary to return if you follow the behavioral instructions after its removal.
They contain hydroquinone, which is banned in most countries due to skin irritations, and very often stains the skin dark. Most creams cause irritation, inflammation or peeling of the skin and cannot be used in summer. The results are often minimal and it takes a long time to use to see results which results in higher costs. Such creams damage the skin in order to remove the pigment, which increases the risk of developing melasma, i.e. gradual pigmentation, and does not affect the two main pathways of pigment development. There is no special cream adapted to permanently maintain the achieved result.
After removing the melasma, it is necessary to use White Skin 2 cream to maintain the achieved condition, because the melasma can return. It is important to use the cream preventively during spring and summer. It is necessary to carry out regular sun protection by wearing headgear, powder or sunscreen. UV rays, which especially stimulate the development of melasma, are present throughout the year and it is necessary to be constantly vigilant. UV rays penetrate glass, shade and clouds! The only protection from visible light rays is powder or tinted sunscreens. It is not advisable to remove hair from the earlobe with hot wax as it creates inflammation and promotes pigmentation.
It is banned in most countries due to a number of side effects, the most common of which are: irritation, inflammation, allergies and discoloration of the skin and nails. It often causes skin irritation and inflammation which only worsens melasma. In low concentrations it has a very weak effect and must be used for a very long time, which increases the risk of staining the skin and nails. In higher concentrations it causes skin irritation and inflammation and cannot be used regularly, which is why it is not effective. In the case of dyeing the skin in dark pigmentation, it is very difficult to remove.
The cream may cause a temporary worsening of the complexion at the beginning of use. Deterioration of complexion appears due to cleansing the skin from all toxins because the cream has a strong detoxifying effect. Worsening occurs because the cream draws toxins to the surface of the skin. The greater the deterioration, the more the skin is cleansed of toxins. The deterioration is only temporary and there is no reason to worry.
The first cream on the market intended to alleviate acne scars on the face and is a unique product on the market. It is the only effective non-invasive alternative to lasers and other scar removal technologies and is not intended for other types of scars other than acne scars. It contains active ingredients based on resorcinol compounds.
They occur as a result of cracking of the sebaceous duct due to clogging of the pores, i.e. the opening of the sebaceous duct, as a result of which the contents penetrate the skin, which stimulates an inflammatory reaction to remove the contents. Defense cells break down the contents to remove it, destroying collagen as a result of breakdown, i.e. inflammation. Some people have a stronger defense cell response and a propensity for larger scars.
Scars cannot be completely removed. They can be mostly removed, but never completely.
It is used exclusively to relieve facial scars caused by acne.
It is not used for facial redness because it is not a scar but a consequence of inflammation.
It is applied on a well-cleansed face once a day, either on the whole face or targeted at scars. It is recommended to avoid the area around eyes and chin. Initially, mild burning and irritation is possible, and it is necessary to apply skin care cream over Scarless cream or even take a break from the product for a few days if necessary. In summer, it is advisable to apply a protective factor or make up.
The results are usually seen after the first few weeks of applying Scarless cream.
- The cream may cause temporary worsening of the complexion at the beginning of use
- worsening is a consequence of cleansing the skin of toxins because the cream has a strong detoxifying effect
- Worsening occurs because the cream draws toxins to the surface of the skin
- the greater the deterioration, the more the skin is cleansed of toxins
- The deterioration is only temporary and you don't have to worry