Fade Sun Damage with Breakthrough Pigment Correcting Treatment

Hydroquinone has been considered the gold standard for stubborn discoloration sun spots, and sun damage. Now there is a new option that has proven to treat the most difficult skin pigment concerns called Cyspera.

Cyspera Intensive System is a new and effective 3-step process to improve unwanted pigment and sun-damaged skin.   The Cyspera System is a 3-step process: INTENSIVE, NEUTRALIZE, and BOOST.   The ingredients in each step work together at every skin layer to correct unwanted skin pigment, prevent future pigment, and improve overall skin health. Cyspera is proven to improve the appearance of stubborn skin discoloration and is safe for all skin types and colors.

The Science

What is most impressive about Cyspera is the science.  The key effective ingredient in the Cyspera System is a compound called Cysteamine Isobionic-Amide Complex.  This compound targets, corrects, and prevents all types of pigmentation, including the most stubborn brown patches and dark spots.

Cysteamine starts at the lowest layer of the skin to inhibit the production of melanin in the melanocytes.  This helps to fade dark spots and even skin tone.  On the next lowest level,  Isobionic-Amide inhibits the transfer of melanin to the keratinocytes to lighten and brighten skin. Moving up in the layers of skin, Retinol increases the turnover of non-pigmented cells to promote youthful-looking skin. Vitamin C prevents melanin oxidation to protect skin from future damage. Glycolic Acid exfoliates and improves skin texture.

Cyspera Results

Chernoff Cosmetic Surgery is excited about this breakthrough in science due to the results it provides for patients.

How To Use Cyspera

The application process and steps are important to achieve optimal results with Cyspera.

Skin Care Analysis at Chernoff Cosmetic Surgery

Chernoff Cosmetic Surgery offers a comprehensive skin care analysis. Our analysis starts with an assessment of your current skin health including visible sun damage and damage that is beneath the surface of the skin. Our provider will examine your skin and use a specialized camera that measures your skin health. The measurements are used as a baseline to monitor improvement. Our provider will discuss your goals, explain our treatment options, and recommend a treatment plan to improve your skin.   Contact our office to learn more at (707) 544-3232 or submit an inquiry form.