Reinforced Depigmenting Serum
Anti-dark spot, even skin tone
Skin type: All skin types
Texture: Fluid serum, non-greasy, non-sticky
Area: All areas (face & body)
CEBELIA Reinforced Depigmenting is an intense spot-reducing skincare for the face and hands. Designed and developed with aesthetic doctors, this anti-brown spot cream contains a unique combination of depigmenting agents that reduce brown spots and brighten dull complexions. Pekaline, a patented active ingredient and the fruit of a partnership with a renowned French research institute, helps to regulate the skin’s pigmentation process. CEBELIA Reinforced Depigmenting is also an essential complement to laser dark spot-reducing treatments and skin peels.
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Which scar do you have?
Know the difference before you buy.
A Keloid scar also known as Keloidal Scar can be put into two categories depending on their maturity. 1) 111 (early type) or 1 (late type) collagen. It is a result of an overgrowth of granulation tissue (collagen type 3) at the site of a healed skin injury which is then slowly replaced by collagen type 1. Keloids can be firm rubbery legions or they can be shiny fibrous nodules. Their colour can vary from pink to the colour of the patient’s skin or from red to a dark brown colour. A Keloid scar is not malignant nor is it contagious, it can however get very painful and very itchy. It can also change in texture. In severe cases of Keloid scars, it can affect the movement of the skin. Keloid scars are more prominent in ethnic groups than they are in Caucasians.
Keloids are not hypertrophic scars, which are scars that are raised scars that do not grow over and beyond the original wounds boundaries.
Hypertrophic scars are scars that have an excessive amount of collagen causing the scar to rise, but not to the degree of the Keloid scar. Just like the Keloid scars they form at the sites of pimples, body piercings, cuts and burns. Hypertrophic scars contain nerves and blood vessels. They form after a thermal or a traumatic injury has occurred that involves the deep layers of the dermis and have high levels of TGF.
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