New Treatment for Melasma

What if I told you that there is a new treatment for melasma that you don’t have to break the bank for? Say goodbye to those pesky dark spots with Cyspera (Cysteamine)! It’s the latest and greatest thing for tackling hyperpigmentation issues like melasma, freckles, and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.

Now, Cysteamine might sound like some fancy scientific jargon, but it’s actually a natural buddy of cysteine that hangs out in our bodies. It’s been around for ages, but only recently did those clever Swiss folks manage to tame its wild nature and turn it into a usable cream.


So, How Does Cyspera Work?

Cyspera is like a superhero for your skin, swooping in to reduce the production of melanin, the culprit behind those pesky dark marks. It’s like a magic eraser for hyperpigmentation! What makes Cyspera so special is:

1. It has been reported that 90% of the individuals in a clinical trial have shown improvements in their pigmentary issues when they use Cyspera.

2. Cysteamine is a naturally found in our bodies.

3. Unlike many pigmentation treatments, Cyspera will not leave you running from the sun because it does not make you sun-sensitive.

4. Cyspera is tested and proven to be non-cytotoxic, non-mutagenic, and non-carcinogenic. To put it simply, Cyspera will not turn you into a science experiment gone wrong.


What Kind of Results Can I Expect?

In studies, Cyspera managed to reduce melanin in dark patches by a smashing 67% over just 16 weeks. And guess what? You’ll start seeing results in just a couple of months of using it once a day. After that, you can keep up the awesomeness with a twice-weekly dose.

Just remember, it’s not about the daily grind but the long-term relationship with Cyspera that counts.


Cyspera vs Hydroquinone

Studies have demonstrated that Cyspera has a similar efficacy to hydroquinone. The safety profile in long term use of Cyspera has been classified as safe. In certain cases where melasma is resistant to hydroquinone, Cyspera has been shown to be effective.


How Do I Use Cyspera?

Here are some tips and tricks that you can adopt to minimise the chances of an irritation and/or side effects when using Cyspera.

1. Do not wash your face before use

Do not wash the skin before application. If you need to wash your face, wait for at least an hour after washing your face before applying the cream.

2. Leave it on for 15 minutes

Apply a thin layer of Cyspera on your skin. A mild tingling sensation may occur, and this sensation can last up to 30 minutes. Leave on for 15 minutes.

3. Wash off

Remove the cream by washing it off with a gentle facial cleanser.

4. Moisturise

Follow up with a moisturiser to maintain the skin’s hydration level. In the day, use sun screen after applying moisturiser.


Before Using This New Treatment for Melasma…

Cyspera is a very safe medication but there are some things that you should know before using it. It is important to know that there has been no studies conducted regarding the safety of Cyspera in pregnant or breastfeeding women. This is why it is best to avoid using Cyspera if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Individuals who have a family history of vitiligo should also avoid using Cyspera.

Some individuals might experience some side effects when using Cyspera, but these side effects are generally mild and will resolve on its own. Side effects include redness, dryness, and even skin irritation. A mild tingling sensation may occur immediately after application, but it should resolve after 30 minutes.


Treatment Combinations

In the treatment of hyperpigmentary conditions, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. Treatments that can be combined with Cyspera include pigment lasers, sunscreen and UV protection and other non-medicated topical products.

It is best to speak to your doctor to see which treatment will suit you best.  Good luck in your journey to achieving that glow that matters!