Melasma, or chloasma, is increased pigmentation of the face in people with darker skin. It has a genetic basis and is subject to solar radiation and hormonal influences. It occurs in pregnant women, women taking hormonal contraceptives, and in tumors producing estrogen. Melasma appears as a brownish, sharply demarcated, flat spot on the skin of the face, especially the forehead, temples and cheeks. It may increase after irradiation, after laser irradiation, or after chemotherapy. Patches on the skin can occur due to age or exposure to the sun, combined with the use of certain medications or food, perfumes and other cosmetics.

How does Vermione ALFA cream work on pigmentation spots?

Vermione ALFA cream is used primarily against wrinkles and dehydration, but also to correct pigmentation spots occurring due to adverse influences such as age, UV radiation, solárium, laser treatment, or pigmentation arising after chemotherapy.

From our experience in association with MammaHelp center, where all the women treated have suffered breast cancer and in many cases, chemotherapy, we know that Vermione ALFA cream can also be applied to the scalp. Enzymes rapidly regenerate damaged hair roots, and the result is an accelerated growth of healthy hair.

Recommended applications: 1-2x daily


Moisturizing, regenerating and protective cream with bioactive enzymes. It helps to smooth out wrinkles, and provides optimal hydration of dry skin. Effectively corrects red veins, pigmentation, and rosacea.

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