A professional medical method for the intensive treatment of acne-prone and seborrheic skins.

For an effective, fast and comfortable control of skins with a moderate degree of acne and seborrheic, mesoestetic presents acnelan. A cross-sectional approach to the different triggers of the pathology, combining an intensive professional method in consultation with a home maintenance treatment, through a complete line of products.

Acnelan exerts a transverse and simultaneous action on the different factors that predispose to acneic skin. The key to its formulation revolves around m.acne complex, a unique complex of active ingredients specifically selected for their complementary properties. The formula contains salicylic acid, mandelic acid and sodium lepargilate, which when combined with exclusive bexaretinyl complex have a unique synergistic action that produces deep cleansing and comprehensive renewal of acne-prone and seborrheic skin.


The properties of the active ingredients of m.acne complex have been assessed in vitro with regard to the reduction of lesion redness and swelling, in addition to the depigmentation effect measured as a reduction in the capacity for melanin synthesis.

- Decrease in sebum production: this slows down the secretory activity of sebaceous glands.

- Control of bacterial proliferation: this inhibits the growth and reproduction of the strains making up the skin flora, which may infect blocked pilosebaceous canals.

- Less redness and epidermal swelling. This reduces and soothes the intensity of the inflammatory process of acne outbreaks.

- Lightening of post-acne hyperpigmentation. This improves the appearance of hyperpigmented areas of skin after an acne outbreak.

Treatment results

Before Before
Reduction in the number of lesions after 2 weeks of treatment
Before Before
Reduction in the number of lesions after 6 weeks of treatment
Type of skin combination and oily.
Treatment area face.
Concern oily skin and acne.

Treatment information

Acne vulgaris is a common, chronic skin condition caused by an excess of androgen. Clinically it is characterized by a polymorphic skin condition involving various types of lesion, such as comedones (blackheads), papules, pustules, nodules, scars and hyperpigmentations. Acne can also have social implications, increasing the scale of social stress and, as a result, undermining the quality of life of those people affected by this disorder.