Where to buy Cyspera®
Cyspera® Intensive Pigment Corrector is only available through dispensing clinics. You can place your order by searching the nearest clinic to your location.
Before & After results
The clinical cases listed below are hyperpigmentation cases treated by certified dermatologists and healthcare professionals.
Frequently asked questions
The richness of the diverse human experience is reflected in the wide array of skin tones found around the world. Melanin is the pigment that gives color to the skin and helps to protect it from sun damage. The darkening of the skin that occurs after exposure to the sun is actually part of the skin’s natural process of protection from sun damage. Hormonal changes can also lead to increased melanin production and changes in skin tone...Read more
Inflammation can occur in any part of the body, including in the skin. The visible signs of inflammation—swelling and redness—develop as a result of the body’s natural defense against microbes, toxins, diseases, etc. When the body detects insult, white blood cells, antibodies, and various other inflammatory mediators, including cytokines and interferons, flood the affected area...Read more
Hyperpigmentation is a condition where a portion of skin appears darker than other surrounding areas of skin due to excess melanin in the affected areas. Melanin is the pigment that gives color to the skin. Sometimes hyperpigmentation can appear around the mouth (perioral) and eyes (periorbital). “Peri” is a prefix from Greek meaning “around” or “surrounding”; oral relates to the mouth and orbit refers to the eye...Read more
Hyperpigmentation of the skin is when a portion of the skin is darker than the other surrounding areas. This occurs due to melanin. Melanin is the pigment that is produced by cells called melanocytes. Melanin gives the skin its color. When the skin produces more melanin, it leads to hyperpigmentation. Normally, skin is composed of numerous layers of cells, however, the lips only have 3 to 5 cell layers...Read more
Hyperpigmentation or excessive darkening of the skin can appear on any part of the body. It occurs when melanin, the pigment that gives the skin its natural color, collects in the skin in higher than normal amounts. Some forms of hyperpigmentation, such as melasma, have a specific appearance and classification. Other forms of hyperpigmentation are non-specific and may be described based on the area affected...Read more
Interestingly, the most common form of lentigines, lentigo simplex, is not related to sun exposure. This congenital condition is associated with dark markings on the trunk, arms, and legs. Lentigo simplex may be mistaken for freckles, however, freckles tend to be more numerous and can darken with sun exposure, whereas lentigines do not. Lentigo simplex often disappears with time...Read more
A variety of factors may affect the skin and cause melanocytes to ramp up the production of melanin. In many cases, these reactions are actually part of the skin’s natural defense or healing processes. Consider the darkening of the skin after sun exposure. This darkening or “tanning” is intended to help protect the skin from the damage caused by sun exposure...Read more
All the reviews on Cyspera® Cysteamine, posted by verified users. Your reviews are very dear to us, and most important for the community. We praise each of your review and we will act upon each one individually.
Melasma: 16 week Sente Cyspera Update! I’m terrible about taking before and after pics in general but I’m really glad… Read more “I’m really happy with the progress I’ve made”
“I have tried many products such as hydroquinone and plant based brightening serums for my Melasma and nothing gave me… Read more “Cyspera® is safe to use indefinitely”
I recently added Cyspera to my portfolio as an excellent non-hydroquinone option for my patients. the result has been brilliant… Read more “Excellent non-hydroquinone option”
“I have tried many products such as hydroquinone and plant based brightening serums for my Melasma and nothing gave me… Read more “I can wear less makeup!”
I have been using Cyspera Dialy and I have seen a large reduction in the darkness, severity, and healing time… Read more “”
My situation might be different from most, but this cream literally saved my face ! For me, the results were… Read more “Worked on the first day of use.”
I have tried so many treatments and spent a small fortune until I‘ve discovered Cyspera! Have been using it for… Read more “I am so grateful and will recommend it to anyone”
I bought this product a couple weeks ago, and I’m very happy with the results. I’ve done chemical peels, fraxel… Read more “A very happy customer”
“Was on hydroquinone on and off for several years and although I managed to lighten my dark patches, as soon… Read more “Cyspera® is a game changer”
“This cream has given me so much hope that I can’t even begin to describe it. Not only does it… Read more “Cyspera® raises hope with no side effects”
Pigmentation update. . As many of you may know, I was very kindly gifted @cyspera to test.… Read more “The Nice Thing About Cyspera® is the Obvious Results”
Finally something that works, @Cyspera is actually working on my dark patches . You have to be patient and keep… Read more “Cyspera® is actually working on my dark patches”
Best product for hyperpigmentation! I’ve used everything made for hyperpigmentation for the last 2 years and this is the only… Read more “Best product for hyperpigmentation!”
Okay, let’s me start with this, I purchased this item on August 15, 2017. I bought it myself, I was… Read more “WORKS AMAZINGLY WELL ON AFRICAN AMERICAN SKIN!!!!”
This is a work in progress (about 1 month in). Melasma is a stubborn and chronic skin condition. It takes… Read more “Even a stubborn and chronic skin condition, it works!”
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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.
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