Hyperpigmentation Treatment

Skin pigmentation is reversible with the right products and care. Learn how to go about pigmentation treatment and reclaim smooth, clear, youthful, and bright skin, without any harsh procedures!

How to Treat Skin Hyperpigmentation?

Contrary to what most people believe, Hyperpigmentation is a treatable condition. The treatment, however, requires disciplined skincare, the right products, and of course, patience. Although skin pigmentation is treatable, one has to have some patience as there is no instant fix for the problem. Melblok has invested countless hours in research and development to come up with a specialized Bio-Active skin care system especially engineered to treat pigmentation at the root. Let’s look at some of the common questions and concerns people have about skin pigmentation treatment.

How to Treat Skin Hyperpigmentation?

How Melblok helps treat Pigmentation?

The Melblok skin care system is formulated to work at the basal layer of the skin, replenish skin cells and reverse the damage that may have caused hyperpigmentation in the first place. The result is clearer, firmer, younger and even-toned skin, with the treatment delivering visible results in just about 7 days.

Is Melblok suitable for sensitive skin?

Unlike most over-the-counter skin care products available on the market, Melblok skin care system does not contain any harsh chemicals, which makes our products completely safe for those with sensitive skin. It is, however, advisable to test every new skin care product that you try by applying it on a small section of the skin of the arm or leg.

Are the results permanent?

While there is no hyperpigmentation treatment that can be safely called permanent, Melblok skin care system has delivered sustainable results for countless people with pigmentation prone skin with continued care. A blend of our revolutionary Home Kit Advanced and Professional sessions are all you need to keep the issue at bay, for good.

What precautions can be taken to prevent a relapse?

Hyperpigmentation is usually the result of any kind of damage to skin cells, which can be caused by UV exposure, allergies, acne, burns, hormonal changes and various other conditions that overclock the production of melanin, which is triggered by inflammation. Avoiding any conditions that may cause inflammation helps prevent a relapse.

Take the First Step Towards Radiant Skin!

You may have had your share of disappointments with laser, chemical peeling and other solutions that claim to treat pigmentation, but now is the time to change that, for good. Explore Melblok’s range of anti pigmentation products and take the first step towards getting the youthful, radiant skin you always desired! If you have any questions, feel free to connect.