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Excellent non-hydroquinone option
I recently added Cyspera to my portfolio as an excellent non-hydroquinone option for my patients. the result has been brilliant so far. Signs of sun damage and pigmentation overall have been improved.
I have been using Cyspera Dialy and I have seen a large reduction in the darkness, severity, and healing time for my discoloration and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation from my acne breakouts.
Cyspera® is safe to use indefinitely
“I have tried many products such as hydroquinone and plant based brightening serums for my Melasma and nothing gave me a better result than @CYSPERA! It’s safe to use indefinitely with no pigment rebound. I’m happy to start the new year with brighter and more radiant skin which means I can wear less makeup!”
Cyspera® is actually working on my dark patches
Finally something that works, @Cyspera is actually working on my dark patches . You have to be patient and keep going
Cyspera® is a game changer
“Was on hydroquinone on and off for several years and although I managed to lighten my dark patches, as soon as I stopped the hydroquinone, the dark patches returned. @Cyspera is a game changer. True science behind how it works. I have used it for 4 weeks and I can tell that there is 30% improvement to my dark patches”
Best product for hyperpigmentation!
Best product for hyperpigmentation! I’ve used everything made for hyperpigmentation for the last 2 years and this is the only product that has helped my dark pigment. I’ve used it for about 4 months total, and I would say my pigmentation is nearly gone
Cyspera® raises hope with no side effects
“This cream has given me so much hope that I can’t even begin to describe it. Not only does it work, it also has zero side effects. I can’t wait to go through the 16 weeks of application to see the impact. Thank you!!”
Even a stubborn and chronic skin condition, it works!
This is a work in progress (about 1 month in). Melasma is a stubborn and chronic skin condition. It takes a lot of effort to get it clear and even more to keep it clear. Even with the strongest and strictest regimen it’s likely to come back. It’s good to use a rotational method of different key ingredients to tackle melasma from different angles. This patient did a triple blended formula with the active ingredient hydroquinone and we will cycle her on to a non HQ cream called Cyspera. All the while, strict sun protection and NO lasers allowed.
I can wear less makeup!
“I have tried many products such as hydroquinone and plant based brightening serums for my Melasma and nothing gave me a better result than CYSPERA! It’s safe to use indefinitely with no pigment rebound. I’m happy to start the new year with brighter and more radiant skin which means I can wear less makeup!” RB- Calkin & Boudreaux patient. (16 weeks of treatment with Cyspera).
I’m really happy with the progress I’ve made
Melasma: 16 week Sente Cyspera Update!
I’m terrible about taking before and after pics in general but I’m really glad I did with this product. The first tube was gifted by the brand and Harbenhouse and I have since purchased backups. First pic is a B/W of before Cyspera on top and 16 weeks after starting on the bottom, the 2nd pic is the same pic in color, the last pic is from 2015 after I had already started my skin journey–meaning that pic is already an improvement compared to where I started. It’s been a long journey!
Quick background. I never wore sunscreen when I was little because I never burned. As an adult I only wore dedicated sunscreen when going to the beach. After having 2 kids, all that sun damage and hormones resulted in a face smattered with brown sun spots and dense grey/brown melasma across my cheeks and temples. Between 2011-2015, it’s difficult to find pics of my face without makeup or many pics of me at all. I wore 4 layers of makeup to cover up all the discoloration. I made this account when I discovered skincare and this community in 2016 as a way to document my journey and to share what I’ve learned.
In the spring of 2018 I tried 3 laser treatments that cost an arm and a leg as an attempt to get rid of the last of the melasma. It improved my melasma by about 30% but it CAME BACK!! I needed a more cost effective option. When I first started Cyspera I took out vitamin C, retinol, arbutin, tranexamic acid, strong AHAs for nearly 8 weeks in order to see the product in action on its own and to avoid any irritation to my sensitive skin. I also did not do any aesthetic procedures like lasers, needling, peels, IPL. I saw the fastest improvement during those weeks. For a detailed review at the 8 week mark search the hashtag beauty_unpluggedreviewsente. At about 12 weeks, results started to plateau. I’m really happy with the progress I’ve made and will move into the maintenance phase which is twice a week forever with continued religious SPF, sun avoidance, retinol, AHAs, and other brightening ingredients.