Hyperpigmentation is a condition that causes the skin to darken in certain areas due to an excess production of melanin. There are various types of hyperpigmentation, including melasma, sunspots, and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
Leaders in treating pigmentation
Dermafrica proudly represent mesoestetic Pharma Group in South Africa. A globally recognised leader in depigmenting solutions, mesoestetic provides a wide range of treatment options that cater to the specific needs of each patient.
mesoestetic® depigmentation solutions are used in over 90 countries and supported with clinically proven results.
Pigmentation treatments & products
dermamelan® by mesoestetic
mesoestetic dermamelan® is a medical depigmenting method that treats hyperpigmentation by acting on the accumulation of pigment in the skin, as well addressing the root problem in order to provide a comprehensive treatment plan.
The formula boasts two innovative patents and clinical results which show a high efficacy and safety profile.
cosmelan® by mesoestetic
mesoestetic cosmelan® is a professional depigmenting method with a unique combination of active ingredients of proven efficacy.
It has a dual corrective and regulating action for a short- and long-term approach: treating the hyperpigmentation with a professional treatment and then maintaining results by regulating the overproduction of pigmentation to prevent the reappearance of dark spots.
melan tran3x by mesoestetic
A multidimensional depigmenting solution based on tranexamic acid – an effective depigmenting agent. It acts on the vascular and inflammatory component associated with many forms of hyperpigmentation.
The treatment plan includes in-clinic treatments of mesopeel and micro-needling, combined with homecare products for a synergistic result.
The complex formula accelerates the renewal of the epidermis, lifting the melanin built and shows a visible improvement in tone and luminosity.
This is a self-neutralizing, depigmenting, combination peel for focal use, indicated for dark spots, lentigines and hyperpigmentation. Ingredients include trichloroacetic acid, kojic acid, ferulic acid and tazarotene.