Treatment of Pigmentation
Professor Terence J. Ryan advocates the combined approach of natural oral treatment with sensible sun protection to combat pigmentation at its roots
Pigmentation resides deeper into the skin layer due to our hectic lifestyle and environmental factors, hence a successful treatment for pigmentation is a challenge. It takes great patience and discipline to manage pigmentation. Most importantly, a combination of internal supplements and a good external skincare regime or treatment helps to control the overproduction of melanin and speeds up the skin renewal process.
During the Women's Health Asia Traditional Conference (WHAT) that was held recently in Malaysia, Professor Terence J Ryan (left), one of the world’s leading dermatologists, Emeritus Professor of Dermatology, Oxford University, UK and Honorary President International Society of Dermatology highlighted that recurrences of pigmentation was very common especially for those who stay at high UV exposure areas. Furthermore he advocates the combined approach of natural oral treatment with sensible sun protection to combat pigmentation at its roots
Oral Therapy with MSCC Complex Actisome
For the first time ever, a safe and effective natural oral therapy for skin pigmentation is currently available in the market. It comes in the form of MSCC Complex Actisome, a breakthrough proprietory formulation that combines natural plant and seaweed extracts, providing a source of powerful antioxidants with strong anti-inflammatory properties that is over 50 times more potent than vitamins C & E.
MSCC Complex is formulated with an innovative Actisome delivery technology to ensure better absorption of the active ingredients. Since natural plant extracts are not easily absorbed in the body, absorption is enhanced when these extracts are delivered using Actisome technology. Actisome is a novel delivery system developed by Mega We Care Institute, the Research & Development department of Mega Lifesciences (Australia) Pty Ltd.
In two recent clinical studies conducted on Asian women with skin pigmentation, MSCC Complex Actisome has been shown to effectively lighten the intensity of the pigmentation and reduce the size of the pigmented area without any side effects.
|Animation shows how PYNOCARE acts in combating skin pigmentation|
Management of Skin Pigmentation
It takes great patience and discipline to manage pigmentation. You should aim at treating the affected area to reduce its size and intensity, as well as preventing its recurrence, which is quite common particularly after re-exposure to the sun.
Successful management of pigmentation can only be achieved through the continuous use of safe and effective therapy such as MSCC Complex Actisome, combined with sensible sun protection. Remember, just one day of unprotected sun exposure can undo months of treatment, especially for those prone to skin pigmentation.
You may choose to stop using PYNOCARE after getting satisfactory results. However recurrences of pigmentation are quite common, particularly after you are "over exposed" to sunlight. So even after your pigmentation clears off, there is a possibility that it will come back if you don't take proper care. It is therefore highly recommended to take PYNOCARE regularly to keep pigmentation under control.
One extra benefit of taking PYNOCARE on a long-term basis is that it can actually help delay natural aging process owing to its powerful antioxidant properties. PYNOCARE is all natural and safe for long term consumption as no serious adverse effects have been observed in the long term use of PYNOCARE.
Although PYNOCARE has been proven to be safe, as a general precaution it should not be taken within the first 3 months of pregnancy. And as data on infants is not available, the use of PYNOCARE during lactation is not encouraged.
PYNOCARE is suitable for all skin types, and provides the ideal solution for both men and women to manage their skin pigmentation problem naturally from within, especially for those who don't like the idea of putting creams or lotions on their faces.