uniq white system for hyperpigmentation

Skin Concerns

Lentigo, Freckles

A lentigo,maintains its pigmentation throughout the year. The increase in melanin is often associated with an increase of normal melanocytes at the dermal-epidermal junction.

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Uneven skintone

An uneven skin tone, called hyperpigmentation, is irregular darkening of the skin. The cause: overproduction of melanin, the pigment responsible for skin and hair color.

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Melasma, also called 'chloasma' and 'pregnancy mask', is a common skin condition of adults in which brown or greyish patches of pigmentation (colour) develop, usually on the face.

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Post Inflammatory pigmentation

Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation(also known as PIH and hyperpigmentation caused by inflammation) is a type of hyperpigmentation that can affect the face and body. It appears as flat spots of discolouration.

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Have you tried treating dark spots on your own with cosmetics without getting the results you want? Do you constantly see new dark spots appear as others fade? If you answered yes, you’re not alone. Darks spots and patches count for 70% of cases women consult an aesthetic medicine specialist.

Dark spots and patches often appear following over exposure to UV rays of the sun, changes due

to hormones occur such as during pregnancy; a pimple or patch of psoriasis clears; a wound caused by an insect bite, cut, burn, or other injury heals; you take (or apply) certain medications or a skin or hair care product irritates your skin.

Your medical practitioner has the knowledge and expertise to identify the causes and safely adapt an expert treatment to help you get the best results.

Before & After Treatment

Result 1:

  • Skin tendency: Not sensitive
  • Skin Type: Mixed oily skin
  • Pigmentation problem: Melasma
  • Melanin index reduction: -40%

Result 2:

  • Skin tendency: Not sensitive
  • Skin Type: Dry skin
  • Pigmentation problem: Melasma
  • Melanin index reduction: -32%

Treatment Protocol

In clinic treatment

[Combination peel]
+ [Expert pigment Corrector]
4 treatments at 2 weeks intervals

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Patient homecare system

[uniq-white system]
8 weeks protocol, used in-between
each in-clinic professional treatments

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Beautiful skin all year round


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  • Avoiding controversial and irritating ingredients.
  • Clinically Proven to help even out and improve skin tone.
  • Visible results with no side effects formulated to respect sensitives skins.
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The Science

Frequently Asked Questions

This is a unique expert system exclusively available via dermatologists and medical practitioners that is clinically proven to help target and reduce dark spots and unwanted skin pigmentation.

The Uniq White complex, a pa- tented formulation, is specially designed to respect sensitive skin by excluding known controversial and irritating ingredients for a safer more effective skin treatment.

The treatment is suitable for anyone suffering from dark spots or unwanted skin pigmentation on the face or body. There are some contradictions such as pregnancy, breastfeeding, known allergies or skin di- seases in the area to be treated. The doctor will do a pre-treatment diagnostic and skin analysis to ensure your suitability.

Each treatment session in the doctor’s clinic takes only about 30 mi- nutes from start to finish. The minimum re- commended treatment protocol comprises of 4 in –clinic treatments, every 2 weeks over a period of 2 months.

A peeling agent is applied to the skin, you will feel a tingling heating sensation, this is normal and is a sign the product is working on the skin. Two to three days after the peeling your skin may be red similar to a mild sunburn and you will experience some light flaking or desqua- mation of the skin. You will need to apply the homecare products prescribed by your doctor as part of the treatment protocol.

Individual cases vary, but our clinical study has shown that the first improvement may be seen after about 1 month. Depending on the severity of the pigmentation you may need to do several treatments. Pigmenta- tion is a chronic skin disorder and is likely to reappear especially after renewed sun exposure. Maintenance or follow up treat- ments may be recommended on your doc- tor’s advice.