Bioderma

Cicabio SPF50+ Repairing Cream

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Bioderma Cicabio SPF50+ repairs, soothes and offers high sun protection to prevent darkening of scar tissue.

The Cicabio range repairs and accelerates recuperation at all stages:

  • Resveratrol acts on initiation to boost VEGF synthesis and inhibit tyrosinase;
  • Centella asiatica stimulates fibroblasts;
  • Hyaluronic acid, copper and zinc help prevent infection and restore the hydrolipidic film.
  • The exclusive patent Antalgicine is based on a kyotorphin derivative neuroactive peptide that is naturally present in the organism and helps to reduce the pain and discomfort.
  • Suitable for children over 2 years old and adults. Thanks to the high sun protection of SPF50+ and UVA protection of 31, the darkening of scar tissue is limited.

Bioderma Cicabio SPF50+ has the following characteristics:

  • Moisturizing to repair and protect
  • Prevents darkening of the scar tissue
  • Relieves the discomfort and reduces itching
  • Can be used on open wounds as soon as they stop bleeding
  • Non-greasy texture
  • Waterproof
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Without perfume
  • Paraben free
  • Non-comedogenic
  • Dermatologically tested

How to use: Apply Bioderma Cicabio SPF50+ 3o minutes before sun exposure and reapply every two hours. It can be used with makeup.

Founded in 1977, in the beautiful french city Aix En Provence, pharmaceutical company, Bioderma Laboratory specialises in skin care for dermatological and hair/scalp conditions. 

Driven by dermatologist knowledge and loved by beauty enthusiasts alike, Bioderma’s innovative approach to skincare will open your eyes to the benefits of using the correct skincare for your concern.

They have many range , such as :

SensibioSensitive and reactive skin types
HydrabioDehydrated skin types prone to sensitivity

SebiumOily and problematic skin types
White Objective: Pigmentation and brightening care for sensitive skin
Atoderm: Very dry skin that’s prone to sensitivity
CicabioDamaged skin

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Hyperpigmentation is caused by an overproduction of melanin; the skin’s natural pigment. This can be caused by several factors such as exposure to sun, genetics, age, hormonal changes and skin damage or inflammation.

Types of Hyperpigmentation
Age Spots

Pigment spots in the form of “age spots” are caused by intensive, or extensive exposure to the sun and it tends to show up later on in life. It first appears on the parts of the body that are most often exposed, such as the face, hands and arms. They appear as small, dark patches on the skin.

Melasma

Melasma is caused by hormonal changes, such as pregnancy or the contraceptive pill, and causes irregular, dark patches on the face or arms that can grow quite large. Patchy hyperpigmentation tends to show up on the cheeks, forehead and above the upper lip. The colour varies from light to dark brown and tends to cause a line along the across or over the cheeks. It can be very stubborn and be worsened by sun exposure and perfumes. It is important to use sunscreen with a high SPF.

Hormonal

Hyperpigmentation caused by hormones tends to gradually fade when you have given birth or stopped taking the contraceptive pill, but it can also drag on for many years. It can be worsened by sun exposure and perfumes. It is important to use sunscreen with a high SPF.

Post-inflammatory

Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation occurs when the skin is damaged or a wound heals which causes a flat, discoloured area on the skin. It is common among people that suffer from acne, but can also be caused by cosmetic treatments such as dermabrasion, laser treatments and chemical peelers.

LIVER SPOTS

Liver spots, also known as lentigo, are more pronounced areas of pigmentation which are darker and more defined than regular freckles. They tend to be slightly raised and spread further apart but do not multiply or change colour after exposure to the sun.

PIGMENTED NEVUS

These are accumulations of melanocyte cells and are often referred to as beauty/birth marks or moles. Anyone can have them and they are permanent, but rarely appear at birth. They can show up in the first few years of life but commonly appear during early adult years. Puberty and pregnancy increase the amount of moles on your skin as well as their shape and colour. They can also spontaneously vanish.

How they look tends to vary - they can appear as freckles, pimples, wart-like or bumps. They are most likely to be quite small, less than 1 cm in diameter and can vary in colour from a light brown, to a dark blue-black colour. Sometimes they can even show up as skin coloured.

The majority of nevi are benign but a small percent can become malign and that is why it is important to keep an eye out for any changes in colour, size and appearance. Any of these changes are to be considered suspicious and is to be monitored carefully. Any sudden signs of inflammation, darkening of the pigment, enlarging, bleeding, sores, pain or itching are reasons to contact your doctor immediately.

Treatments For Hyperpigmentation

Chemical Peels - It reduces the hyperpigmentation by removing the top layer of the skin (epidermis). Good For : Age spots, Melasma, Blotchy Skin, Sun Damage

Laser Peels ( Skin Resurfacing ) - There are two types of lasers. Ablative and non-ablative. Good for : Both destroy elements in your skin to ensure that new skin cells grow back tighter and more toned.

- Ablative lasers are the most intense. They involve removing layers of your skin and  they may cause more side effects. 
- Non-ablative procedures, on the other hand, target the dermis to promote collagen growth and tightening effects.

IPL ( Intense Pulse Laser ) - non-ablative (fractional) laser treatment. Also known as a photofacial, IPL therapy stimulates collagen growth within the dermis. It usually requires multiple sessions. Good for : overall pigmentation issues, but flat spots especially respond to this treatment. It may also help reduce the appearance of wrinkles, spider veins, and enlarged pores. 

Microdermabrasion - Treats only the epidermis. The dermatologist will use a drill-like handheld tool with a wire brush or other abrasive attachment. The tool is then swiped across your skin to rapidly — but gently — to remove the epidermis. You may need multiple sessions to achieve your ideal result. Good for : Microdermabrasion works best on superficial scars. Your dermatologist can help you determine whether this treatment is right for you. 

Topical Application - Creams or gels are sometimes more affordable options for hyperpigmentation, but these can take longer than professional treatments. Good for : It work best for flat spots, such as melasma or age spots. They’re effective for patches of discoloration on most skin types. 

Ingredients To Look for Hyperpigmentation
  • Hydroquinone - is a skin lightening agent that combats hyperpigmentation, which is why so many products that seek to diminish dark spots contain it. It is an ingredient used to remove the dark spots caused by acne, scarring, birth control pills, hormone treatments, or pregnancy. It does this by decreasing the number of melanocytes in the stratum basale, or the bottom layer of the epidermis. These are the cells that produce melanin, a skin pigment responsible for hyperpigmentation.

We recommend : Admire My Skin 2% Hydroquinone available on Beaute.ae

  • Vitamin B3 (niacinamide) - It can help build proteins in the skin and lock in moisture to prevent environmental damage.
  • AHA (alpha hydroxy acids) - They are a group of plant and animal-derived acids used in a variety of skincare products. These include daily anti-aging products, such as serums, toners, and creams, as well as occasional concentrated treatments via chemical peels. They help exfoliate the skin, brighten the skin, promote collagen production and reduce fine lines.
  • Vitamin C (in the form of l-ascorbic acid) - It can help fend off the signs of aging because of its vital role in the body’s natural collagen synthesis. It helps to heal damaged skin and, in some cases, reduces the appearance of wrinkles
  • Salicylic acid - It has been shown to help clear up breakouts for many people. Therefore prevent any acne burst. It’s well-known for reducing acne by exfoliating the skinand keeping pores clear.
  • Kojic acid - It's most often used as a skin-lightening agent for visible sun damage, age spots, or scars. This can result in an anti-aging effect on the skin.
What Works Best For Which Skin 
Fair Skin - Intensive laser + IPL treatment 
Medium Skin - Chemical Peels + Microdermabrasion 
Dark Skin - Glycolic acid + Microdermabrasion + lower-strength chemical peels + laser treatments, but only when used at lower intensities over a larger number of sessions

 

If you’re out in the sun on a regular basis, any strong treatments cause your skin to be more sensitive to the sun’s rays. If you don’t adequately apply sunscreen and use other UV protection, the sun may worsen your hyperpigmentation. You’ll need to take extra precautions for at least one week after your last chemical peel.

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