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PROTOCOL: preparing pigmented skin for summer

An intensive course with TOSKANIMED WCPR mesotherapy preparation for skin brightening and depigmentation is recommended for women and men with pigment spots.

Recommended course:
  • 1 procedure per week in the first month (4 times)

  • 1 procedure in two weeks in the second month (+2 times)

  • 1 procedure after a month and a half. (+ 1 time)

  • Later maintenance procedures every 2-3 months.

Special formula with biomimetic peptides

The two types of peptides in WCPR directly affect the process of melanin synthesis on three fronts. They balance melanin production and block melanocyte receptors, which produce more pigment and cause dark spots:

  • Oligopeptide-34 protects against hyperpigmentation by regulating the transmission of melanosomes to keratinocytes, so they receive just the right amount of pigment.

  • SH oligopeptide-2 reduces the intensity of dark spots and effectively promotes changes in skin texture.

The formula contains 3 more active substances, characterized by recognized effectiveness for surface depigmentation, antioxidant effect, and general dermis regeneration.

  • Vitamin C: antioxidant, brightening, and brightening. It inhibits the formation of free radicals and protects against decay. Gives the skin noticeable purity.

  • Arbutin: protects against radicals and inhibits pigmentation. It protects the skin from the harmful effects of free radicals and prevents the formation of pigments, such as melanin.

  • Licorice extract: cleanses and soothes. It has a noticeable depigmentation-reducing effect and provides an additional antioxidant effect, which slows down the increase of free radicals.

Combination with other preparations

WCPR can be combined with other preparations, as provided in the TOSKANIMED Radiance Meso Starter Kit for skin brightening and pigmentation lightening.

For professional use only.

Cosmetologist can do it

This protocol can be performed with the TKN MesojectGun, an advanced needle-free mesotherapy device.

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