Tranexamic Acid helps to reduce and prevent the appearance of hyperpigmentation and improves the appearance of both resistant dark spots and translucent reddish spots caused by surface blood vessels. The results of applying it can be observed, therefore, in multiple aesthetic pathologies, from melasma, solar lentigos, or senile hyperkeratosis, to rosacea, through to post-acne marks or those caused by certain aesthetic treatments.
In all cases, Tranexamic Acid achieves a unique depigmenting, whitening, and mattifying effect that restores uniformity and luminosity to the skin, making it currently one of the leading lighteners for blemished skin.
Tranexamic Acid is indicated for the of hyperpigmentation from various origins, both endogenous and exogenous:
Endogenous causes • Genetic or hormonal: melasma, chloasma or pregnancy mask, spots during menopause or caused by taking contraceptives. • Age: solar lentigo or senile spots, also called liver spots. • Genetic predisposition, such as ephelides (commonly freckles, typical of phototypes I and II). • Postinflammatory hyperpigmentation. • Deposits of endogenous metabolic products. • Vascular disorders, such as rosacea or couperose (spider veins). • Skin lesions such as acne.