Tranexamic acid

Tranexamic acid

Tranexamic acid is known for its powerful anti-inflammatory properties, as it effectively inhibits pigment production in melanocytes, the cells responsible for producing pigment.

    How does it work?

    Tranexamic acid reduces the blood supply that feeds the pigment cells and inhibits melanin production.

    The tranexamic acid treatment effectively benefits individuals over 30 years old and struggling with post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) and dark spots, resilient, challenging pigmentation, and age spots.

    The benefits of this treatment include:

     

    • Brightened skin
    • Faded discoloration
    • Reduced appearance of acne scars

    Tranexamic acid treatments target any body area with pigmentation.

    The tranexamic acid treatment can be combined with any other treatment for pigmentation and discoloration, including:

     

    Here are some important details that will give you further insights into Tranexamic acid treatments:

     

    • Repetition time:
      Every 2-3 weeks, 3 to 4 sessions, depending on severity, age, and how old the pigmented lesion is.
    • Downtime:
      None or a maximum of 1 to 2 hours of elevated skin surface.
    • Pain sensation:
      Mild discomfort of pricking and, in some cases, burning for a few seconds.
    • Result:
      Within 1 to 2 weeks, you will notice a lightening of the skin and the dark patches will begin to break before ultimately disappearing. The natural skin processes prevent the occurrence of new spots in the same area.