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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 proprietary formulation that combines natural plant 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.


Composition

Below content extracted from natural plant extracts.

  • French Maritime Pine Bark extract.
  • Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
  • D.salina extract
  • Natural Vitamin E

Dosage

Two capsules twice daily, after breakfast and dinner.

Recommend continues usage to prevent recurrence.

  • Pigmentation

Image 3: Two sides of the face

Skin pigmentation is most common in women, with about 10% of cases reported in men. It affects people of any race but is more prominent among Asians and Latinos, those living in areas of high UV light exposure.

Clinically speaking, pigmentation can be divided into three patterns. In centrofacial pattern, the pigmentation occurs on the cheeks, forehead, upper lip, nose and chin. In malar pattern the patches appear on the cheeks and nose, while in mandibular pattern they show on the side of the cheeks and jaw line.

Types of pigmentation include epidermal pigmentation where the pigmentation resides in the epidermis layer of the skin, dermal pigmentation where the pigmentation is located in the dermis layer, and mixed pigmentation, a mixture of epidermal and dermal types. Epidermal pigmentation is the most common type relatively more responsive to treatments.

Causes of Pigmentation

There are a number of factors that contribute to the development of pigmentation, with sun exposure being the major one. Other factors include hormonal changes such as during pregnancy and the use of oral contraceptives, as well as endocrine disorders such as thyroid or ovarian dysfunction which are further aggravated by sun exposure.

The use of phototoxic cosmetics containing mercury and salicylic acids may increase the skin's sensitivity to sunlight, leading to the development of pigmentation. Long term use of phototoxic medication including antibiotics, anti-epilepsy drugs, and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs may also contribute to the appearance of pigmentation.

Sun Exposure

Exposure to the sun is the main factor contributing to the development of pigmentation. As the most outer organ of our body, our skin is frequently and directly exposed to the sun's UV radiation that generates harmful free radicals and triggers inflammation, increasing the number of melanocytes (melanin producing cells) and stimulating their activity in producing melanin. This eventually leads to an excessive production of melanin, resulting in the appearance of unsightly dark spots and brown patches. The production of melanin is a complex oxidation process involving the enzyme tyrosinase that converts the amino acid tyrosine into melanin

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