2.5 tech score Very expensive, with very little noticeable results.
Over the past 10 years I have suffered with slight pigmentation over my finger areas on both my hands. It all started when the nail technician left my hand under the UV light for too long and since then, having had my nails done every two weeks did not help the situation at all. It got progressively worse to the extent where I would want to hide my fingers.
Mesoestetic Dermamelan treatment cream was recommended to me by a local skin care treatment centre. The centre alleged that many clients had reported miraculous results after using the Dermamelan treatment cream after just six weeks of using the product.
This obviously aroused my curiosity and I thought that if this is true, women all over the world would want to know and be friends with the Mesoestetic Dermamelan treatment cream.
WHAT IS MESOESTETIC DERMAMELAN TREATMENT CREAM
Dermamelan is a cream which reduces and eliminates acquired skin blemishes of melanic origin, it is said to increase skin luminosity and equalising skin tone.
WHAT I LIKED ABOUT MESOESTETIC DERMAMELAN TREATMENT CREAM
The cream had a beautiful light weight, velvety texture, I also liked the fact that the colour of the cream seemed to slightly even out my skin tone.
WHAT I DISLIKED ABOUT MESOESTETIC DERMAMELAN TREATMENT CREAM
The product retails for R4000 which means that it is completely unaffordable for most people. I used the product on both the pigmentation on my fingers as well as the blemishes on my face and after two months I did not notice any real results that will warrant the price tag. It is important to also mention that I used the treatment cream in conjunction with peels.
When purchasing any product don’t base your purchase on the results of what others have experienced, always remember that your skin type is unique to you, so what works on one would not work on another.