For effective, rapid and convenient control of acne-prone and moderate seborrheic skin, mesoestetic presents acnelan. It offers a cross-cutting approach to address the various factors that trigger the disease, combining an intensive clinical treatment for professional use with a home maintenance treatment and offering a complete line of products.
Multifactorial, transversal and simultaneous innovation on the different triggering factors of the signs of acne.
At the heart of the product line’s formulation lies the innovative m.acne complex™, a unique combination of active ingredients selected specifically for their complementary properties. The formula contains salicylic acid, mandelic acid and sodium lepargilate, which combined with the exclusive bexaretinyl complex have a unique synergistic action that produces deep cleansing and comprehensive renewal of acne-prone and seborrheic skin. The properties of m.acne complex™ have been studied at an in-vitro level, and they have shown to reduce redness and swelling in lesions, as well as to have a depigmentation effect by reducing the ability to synthesise melanin.
– Decrease in sebum production: this slows down the secretory activity of sebaceous glands.
– Control of bacterial proliferation: this inhibits the growth and reproduction of the strains making up the skin flora, which may infect blocked pilosebaceous canals.
– Less redness and epidermal swelling: this reduces and soothes the intensity of the inflammatory process of acne outbreaks.
– Lightening of post-acne hyperpigmentation: this improves the appearance of hyperpigmented areas of skin after an acne outbreak.
The acnelan method combines an intensive medical treatment with a complete range of home maintenance products that includes: a daily cleansing mousse, a cream with a global multifocal action for daily use, and a descaling, purifying face mask for weekly use and a cream for localized use.
The application protocol of the medical treatment involves 3 sessions that are carried out with an interval of 15 to 21 days between sessions, according to the sensitivity and recovery capacity of the skin to be treated.
Acne vulgaris is a common chronic skin disease caused by excess androgen production involving a sequence of different triggers. It is a polymorphic skin condition characterized by various types of lesions, such as comedones, papules, pustules, nodules, scars and hyperpigmentation.
Acne may also have a social impact as it exacerbates social anxiety, which is already more prevalent during adolescence. As a result, it may have a detrimental effect on the quality of life and productivity of individuals affected by this condition.
|Skin type||combination and oily.|
|Procedure||oily skin and acne.|