Melanazone treatment

The Melanazone treatment is designed to treat pigmentation on the skin’s surface and inhibit Melanin production in the deeper layers of the skin.

Utilising Alkaline or Prozyme and Melanin inhibitors. This will provide fast results and noticeable improvement after one treatment.

What is MelanoZone and what can it treat?
MelanoZone is a resurfacing treatment program intended to revise irregularities in pigmentation and restore an even glowing complexion as well as suppress and inhibit further melanin production. It is designed for use on pigmentation that is stubborn, hormonal or induced by the acne, sun, trauma, medication or chemical imbalance. It may be used on the face or body on most skin types (except people with a typically darker oriental or sub-continental complexion and some darker skin tones which can be prone to pigmentation).
MelanoZone utilizes alkaline wash, pro alpha #1, dermatox, prozyme, melanoplex drops and enzyme masque #1 during the program to exfoliate dead cells, dissolve dark areas of pigmentation, reduce uneven tones and discolouration, flush and expel toxins and help improve skin functioning to assist in the rebuilding of stronger, healthier tissue.


MelanoZone is a series of 8 treatments over a period of 12 weeks. While the procedure should give a definite improvement and restore health to the skin, topical chemistry cannot guarantee a 100% outcome and the technician cannot provide a definite timeframe in which to expect optimum results. Results will vary from person to person as each individual’s skin will respond differently.


What is the procedure for MelanoZone?
1. The technician will pre-book each of the 8 sessions for your treatment program.
2. On the day of each MelanoZone Treatment, the technician will cleanse your skin and then apply the predetermined procedures for the relevant treatment of your program. The technician will finish each treatment by applying a range of DMK products designed to provide transdermal nutrition to your skin.
3. Beginning the day after the first MelanoZone treatment, you should follow the daytime Home Prescriptives regime prescribed by
the technician.
4. During the program you must follow the nightly Home Prescriptives regime of alternating super bright with retosin (replace retosin with revise-A for clients that cannot tolerate retosin).
5. After treatments 4, 6 and 8 you must also follow the exfoliation regime described below to help reduce any dryness that may arise from the use of alkaline wash during the treatment.
–3 days after the treatment use foamy lift and exoderma peel.
–Alternate foamy lift and exoderma peel with micro peel every 3 days.
6. Do not sunbathe or use a solarium for 24 hours after the treatments. After 24 hours you must apply transdermal sunblock if you are going to have any exposure to the sun. Should you choose, you can start using makeup as desired.
7. You may have some superficial scabs caused by the alkaline wash. Regardless of how severe the peeling is, you must not pull, pick, or scratch at the dead skin. To do so will increase the chance of infection. It is very important that you allow this skin to detach naturally.
8. You should use your regular DMK Home Prescriptives and continue with the professional maintenance treatments in order to maintain your results.


NOTE: This treatment should give improvement and restoration to the appearance of the skin. However, each individual’s result will vary depending on their skin type and condition. While many will be satisfied with just one treatment, others may require several treatments over a period of time to achieve their desired results.


Are there any possible side effects?
It is possible that you may experience some of the following temporary contraindications as a result of this treatment.
• Swelling or tightness of the skin.
• Redness and irritation of the skin. This may be relieved by applying beta gel, ice or natural yoghurt.
• Stinging or burning sensation to the skin.
• Blistering, weeping or scabbing of the skin. If this occurs, notify your practitioner and begin using an antibacterial salve or other treatment as prescribed by your physician to avoid possible infection.
• An outbreak of pimples if impurities have been locked under the skin.
• Crusty, dry patches followed by peeling of the skin.
• Darkening of skin prior to exfoliation as underlying pigment moves to the surface.
• Increased photosensitivity of the skin. This may be reduced by using transdermal sunblock.


Although these contraindications may be uncomfortable, they should not result in any permanent damage as long as you inform your technician of any problems and follow any instructions you are given. As with any treatment, there is always a very small possibility that you could have a negative reaction that the technician could not predict.

$175 - $200 per treatment

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