With the continuous development of the beauty industry, innovative brightening active ingredients are now able to inhibit the enzyme Tyrosinase – the enzyme that produces melanin causing skin pigmentation. As a result, it is possible to reduce deep pigmentation without thinning the outer skin layer.
Is deep melasma as difficult to treat as you think?
At the age of 25, women’s skin begins to face many “small to big” problems, in which melasma is a condition no one wants. Product lines containing Thiamidol ingredients such as Eucerin Spotless Brightening Booster Serum are the secret to “clearing” natural pigmentation, helping you to activate the radiance and freshness of your skin.
Dull skin, speckled with melasma is the sorrow of Truc Chi (25 years old, Hanoi). Although the melasma patches are not too dark and unsightly like acne, they make her overall face less sharp.
Before meeting this situation, Truc Chi used to admire everyone because of her flawless white skin. The decision to change jobs caused her to face a tight deadline, prolonged stress, so her skin was no longer as smooth as before.
“From the moment I discovered brown spots on my skin, I applied a special treatment cycle instead of a minimalist skincare process. I also “clicked” to buy some more special products to treat melasma at an affordable price, which was reviewed quite well. However, the skin still did not improve. I plan to change to a new line, a bit more expensive but the effect is more obvious,” Truc Chi said.
Unlike Truc Chi, at the age of 32, Ms. Bao Anh (HCMC) “makes friends” with sunscreen, but at this time, the skin begins to experience severe pigmentation. Even localized hyperpigmentation causes the skin to thin and expose capillaries. Before that, she had 2 years of working in real estate sales – a job that required exposure to the sun to distribute leaflets and lead visitors to the project. Subjectively healthy skin and once allergic to alcohol-based sunscreen, she decided to stop using it, focusing only on nighttime skin care.
After getting melasma, she met a dermatologist and was advised on a laser cycle to remove melasma combined with special cosmetics at home.
“Depending on the severity, the cause, and the location of the dark patches, treatment can vary. Because my melasma is quite severe, I need laser treatment. At the same time, the doctor advised me to use Eucerin Spotless Brightening Booster Serum in my skin care routine to prevent melasma from returning. I am looking forward to improving my skin in the next few weeks,” she said.
According to Associate Professor Arturo Dominguez – of the Department of Dermatology and Internal Medicine at the University of Texas, Dallas (USA), melasma is common in women aged 20-40. Hormones are one of the internal factors that cause melasma, in addition, sunlight, stress, pregnancy, drug use, etc. also contribute to the formation of melasma, brown spots.
Melasma originates from the skin producing too much melanin (synthesized by melanocytes, which can turn dark brown). Among them, tyrosinase plays an important role in the production of melanin. Currently, tyrosinase inhibition is a common method that can help reduce skin pigmentation.
One of the compounds that has revolutionized the treatment of melasma and brown spots on the skin is thiamidol. The study, “Thiamidol-containing facial hyperpigmentation regimens” published by the journal Wiley, showed that thiamidol was the most potent tyrosinase inhibitor among the 50,000 compounds tested.
Deciding to “goodbye” to the current melasma treatment product, according to the recommendation of an acquaintance, Truc Chi decided to learn about Eucerin Spotless Brightening Booster Serum – a line of special melasma treatment products dubbed the “heritage” of the Eucerin family.
According to Truc Chi, in addition to high-tech methods such as laser, the active ingredient used externally to treat melasma is currently prominently thiamidol. On the market, Eucerin Spotless Brightening Booster Serum is the few high-end melasma products that contain this active ingredient.
“After 2 weeks of putting Eucerin Spotless Brightening Booster Serum into my skincare routine, I was surprised when my skin improved significantly: Dark spots disappeared, some light spots disappeared; overall skin is lighter, especially smooth,” Truc Chi said.
Launched a year, Eucerin Spotless Brightening Booster Serum is one of the “true” melasma treatment products of women in Vietnam. Not only Truc Chi, many people also appreciate the product thanks to the “dreamlike” ingredient list.
The highlight is a high concentration of thiamidol that helps reduce dark spots and brightens the skin after 2 weeks. As the heart of a 100-year-old cosmetic brand, before its launch, Eucerin Spotless Brightening Booster Serum was clinically researched to evaluate its effectiveness. Among them is a clinical experiment conducted by the Beiersdorf skin care group, with 120 participants. People aged 25-51 used Eucerin Spotless Brightening Booster Serum regularly and after 2 weeks, dark spots, age spots on skin were 84% brighter. Round 4 weeks of use, 97% of the dark spots on their skin disappeared.
In addition to the ability to treat melasma thanks to thiamidol nutrients, the product also adds the Pro-Brightening system to protect the skin. With licochalcone A extracted from licorice root and a number of antioxidants, this mechanism helps to reduce the harmful effects of UV rays on the skin, thereby creating a “shield” to prevent the re-occurrence of dark spots. To make the skin more smooth, hyaluronic acid supplements both help restore skin and effectively moisturize.
As a cosmetic brand from Germany with more than a century of age, Eucerin has revolutionized the field of melasma treatment with the launch of Eucerin Spotless Brightening Booster Serum. Proven to be safe, and effective in the treatment process through clinical research, the product quickly conquers women, becoming a cosmetic drug recommended by many dermatologists when treating dark circles. me.
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