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Discover Radiant Skin with Our New Meline Skin Care Products Now at Fabulash Brows & Aesthetics!

Introducing a revolutionary solution for hyperpigmentations at Fabulash Brows & Aesthetics. Discover the key to achieving flawless skin with our new range of Meline Skin Care now at Fabulash Brows designed to address hyperpigmentations, those harmless dark skin patches caused by localised melanin production, in a completely non-invasive way. At some point in their lives, most individuals have experienced this common skin alteration, which can be triggered by various factors such as sun exposure, hormonal disorders, or wound healing. Now, you needn't look any further with our exciting new Meline skin care line now at Fabulash Brows.

MeLine Caucasian Skin Day 02 Product

Meline is the only brand of medical-aesthetic and dermatological products specialising in treating various pigmentation concerns, such as melasma, hyperpigmentation, and post-inflammatory pigmentation. Meline offers a range of products and treatments designed to target and reduce the appearance of these skin discolourations. Meline's approach involves a combination of professional treatments performed by trained skincare professionals and a homecare regimen. The professional treatments can include chemical peels, micro-needling, and other specialised procedures, while the homecare regimen typically involves using Meline's specific skincare products that we now stock in salon at Fabulash Brows & Aesthetics.

Anne Leonthin  (Aesthetic Nurse) discussing the effect of MeLine 02 Caucasian Skin Night, how it reduces pigmentation.

Our skin care product lines that we have in salon are carefully chosen to cater to a diverse range of skin concerns. Whether you're battling signs of aging, dealing with dryness or sensitivity, or struggling with acne-prone skin, our products are designed with you in mind. We understand that each individual has unique needs, and our comprehensive range ensures that there is something for everyone. No matter your age or skin type, we have the perfect solution to help you achieve your desired skin goals.

Meline's comprehensive range of products and treatments have been meticulously crafted to specifically address and minimize the appearance of various skin discolourations. From chemical peels to micro-needling and other specialized procedures, Meline equips professionals with the tools they need to offer transformative treatments. Meanwhile, their carefully formulated skincare products empower individuals to continue their skincare journey at home, maintaining and enhancing the results achieved through professional care.

Before and after results reducing the appearance of pigmentation massively using MeLine Ethnic Skin Day & Night products.

Understanding the Formation of Hyperpigmentations

Melanin, the darkening pigment responsible for determining the colour of our skin, plays a crucial role in protecting our skin cells from harmful UV radiation by absorbing UVA and UVB rays. Melanin is produced by specialized skin cells called Melanocytes, located in the basal layer of our epidermis, through a complex process known as Melanogenesis. This process is triggered by the Melanocyte-Stimulating Hormone (MSH), while the Tyrosinase enzyme present in our skin initiates the oxidation necessary for melanin synthesis.

Once formed, melanin is transported from the Melanocytes to the outermost layer of the skin, called Keratinocytes, via organelles called Melanosomes. Increased melanocyte activity or stimulation leads to an excess production of melanin.

Melanogenesis results in two types of melanin in the human epidermis: eumelanin, which is black/brownish, and pheomelanin, which is reddish/yellow. The presence of an excess of eumelanin, even when combined with pheomelanin, can lead to the development of hyperpigmentations in specific areas, with the proportions of eumelanin and pheomelanin determining the color of the blemish. Individuals with darker skin photo-types tend to be more susceptible to hyperpigmentations due to their increased melanin production compared to those with fair photo-types.

Exploring Different Types of Hyperpigmentations and Effective Treatments

Freckles or Ephelides

Before and After of Freckles hyper pigmentation while using MeLine Ethnic Skin Day and Night skin products

One of the most common types of hyperpigmentation is freckles, discrete brown spots that appear on the upper cheeks after sun exposure. Freckles are often genetically predisposed and commonly affect fair-skinned individuals. While they typically do not require treatment as they attenuate when not exposed to the sun, it is highly recommended to use a good sunscreen for prevention. To help reduce the appearance of freckles, our recommended solution is the Dark Spot Eraser, containing depigmenting elements that can effectively fade these spots.

Solar Lentigines, Sun Spots, or Age Spots

Solar lentigines are pigmented macules induced by UV exposure, varying in color from light brown to black with a well-defined edge. The severity of these spots depends on the extent of solar radiation exposure. Meline Spots offers a complete solution for the removal of solar lentigines. It involves a 2-phase treatment, starting with a professional application followed by a maintenance regimen at home, crucial for controlling melanin production and preventing recurrence.

Always ensure this treatment is prescribed, performed, and supervised by your specialist or dermatologist.

Melasma / Chloasma

Close up shot of Melasma & Chloasma, a type of hyperpigmentation characterised by light to medium brown-coloured patches with blurry edges. Treatable with MeLine skin products.

Melasma is the most common hyperpigmentation disorder and it affects millions of people around the globe, characterised by light to medium brown-colored patches with blurry edges, commonly occurs on the face. Hormonal changes, such as those experienced during pregnancy or through the use of oral contraceptives, are common triggers for melasma, which worsens with sun exposure. Studies conducted in different populations revealed that even a small affection of melasma in the facial area can lead to significant emotional and psychological affliction, that is why treating it appropriately is so important.

Our recommended treatment for melasma is Meline treatment Day 02 tailored to different skin phototypes. We offer specific products for Caucasian Skin and Ethnic Skin that effectively inhibit tyrosinase oxidation, preventing melanin synthesis and reducing epidermal melanin deposits. This comprehensive treatment combines a professional product for in-clinic application with two additional serums for at-home use, which are essential for the success of the treatment.

Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH)

Before and After photo of somebody with a form of pigmentation, Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, after using Meline Caucasian skin Day and Night products with a massive reduction of pigmentation as a result.

Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation is a type of hyperpigmentation that appears after injury or burns, and individuals with inflammatory acne are particularly susceptible. These hyperpigmentations present as pink, reddish, or brown discolouration. The formation of PIH