There is help today for people with age spots and acne scars, it has been branded Meladerm. Meladerm can help people with either condition in a safe and effective way. Meladerm contains products proven to lighten skin in scientific studies and that is enough at face value to justify consideration. For those who must have a name, it is kojic acid and there is plentiful research data to show that it is an effective skin lightening agent. There are more plus side comments for Meladerm.
One of my favorite tests when beginning to look into any product is internet research through forums and Meladerm is a winner. People have given their approval of the product and that is enough to warrant a trial. Meladerm gives a rapid response for the first half of the desired goals of most persons and for those who really stick to the regime of good practices, such as using sun screen in the sunlight, people report complete satisfaction. In addition, there is a lot of posting on real laboratory studies of the ingredients of Meladerm that show effectiveness that agrees with marketing claims. This is a huge plus in the selection process of a product.
Finally there is the test of actual use. While my case of skin pigmentation (brown warty spots) is mild and mostly concentrated in the hands, it is bothersome. With a possible remedy that does not have the health concerns of other marketed products Meladerm passed my considerations for using.
The price was not bad considering that laser treatment was about three hundred for a visit (pass) and follow ups required. I could see results in about one week and after three weeks was quite pleased. My results seemed to slow until I noticed that it is recommended to use SPF 30 sun screen on affected areas and the instruction gave the improvement I desired.
For me, Meladerm is a recommend even though the product states that it is not for everyone. For those persons who aren’t satisfied, the producers of Meladerm offer full refund as remedy, so this makes Meladerm fail safe in my estimation.