Cyspera Intensive Pigment Corrector


Cyspera cream is highly effective and offers a solution to those who have skin conditions such as, melasma or hyperpigmentation.

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Cyspera Intensive Pigment Corrector the first proven pigment fighting product in it’s class. Cyspera (previously known as Cysteamine) is is the first and only topical cream containing their patented ingredientCysteamine Hydrochloride (HCI) which has been clinical proven to diminish the appearance of stubborn skin discoloration.

This novel pigmentation product has been proven to treat all types of pigmentation including post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH), melasma, freckles, and hyperpigmentation. It has even been shown to treat darker body areas like underarms, knees, elbows, etc.

Scientis’s Cyspera Pigmentation Corrector in unique in the fact it was formulated and clinically tested on darker skin types. Although all skin types can use Cyspera, darker Fitzpatrick skin have historically been the hardest to treat. Very few companies test on darker skin types, since the outcomes are usual lesser than when treating hyperpigmentation on lighter skin tones.

Cyspera is the brand name for Cysteamine, which is the main ingredient. Cysteamine is a chemical compound present in human tissue, and interestingly, it’s highest concentration is within breast milk – tested and clinically proven as SAFE and well tolerated for long-term topical use.

Please check out the information on how to use Cyspera Intensive Pigmentation Corrector below. This product is used in a different way than most other skin care products, and can cause some mild irritation if used improperly

How Does It Work?

This cream is made up of cysteamine hydrochloride, which is a metabolite of L-cysteine and a natural cellular component. While cysteamine is known to have an unpleasant sulfur odor, manufactures have used new technology to help decrease this smell.

This cream has brought hope for many patients who suffer from pigmentation disorders. It is a much safer alternative than what used to be the gold standard for treating hyperpigmentation, hydroquinone. Studies have shown it to be highly effective.

Cysteamine is naturally present in our skin cells and also in breast milk. Regulating melanin production in the skin, it removes pigmented brown and dark spots while providing an even and light skin complexion. Cyspera cream can be applied to any skin type and maybe use on the face, neck, underarms, intimate areas, and body.

Benefits of Cyspera Cream

It is the first and only topical cream to contain cysteamine hydrochloride (HCI), which is formulated to significantly decrease the appearance of skin discoloration.

Key benefits include:

  • Effective in improving the appearance of brown patches and dark spots.
  • Decreases the chance of skin discoloration reoccurring by using a maintenance phase of the cream.
  • Well tolerated for long term use.
  • It does not contain any hydroquinone.

Studies have shown:

  • Proven to decrease melanin pigment by 77% in hyperpigmented areas.
  • 90% of users notice a moderate to significant improvement in their skin.

Cyspera Safety

This cream is very safe in all skin types.  There is a warning for those with a family history or personal history of vitiligo, a depigmenting disorder.  There is no additional risk in those who have a family or personal history of vitiligo, but rather, the company does not want to assume blame in those who already are at high risk for developing hypopigmentation.  In addition, no studies have been performed on women who are pregnant or breast-feeding, so it is advised not to use this cream during those times. 


Cysteamine is not a photosensitizer, which means it can be applied at any time regardless of sun intensity. It works with any skin phototype. However, sunscreen does need to be used year-round. There are two different phases and this will affect the number of applications you do each day. Intense Phase – During this phase, your daily skincare routine will want to apply your cream once per day for 16 weeks. Maintenance Phase – Once you hit your maintenance phase, you will only need to apply your cream once a day only two times a week. Optimal results are typically seen around 8 to 12 weeks of use. Application Steps You will want to apply your cream to dry, non-washed skin, so do not wash your face beforehand. If you have recently washed your face, then you will need to wait an hour for your application. A thin layer needs to be applied to the skin. You may feel a warming sensation or mild tingling for up to 30 minutes. Leave the cream on for 15 minutes. Remove the cream by washing the area with a gentle face cleanser. Pat dry. End by moisturizing the area and be sure to maintain skin hydration throughout the day.


Aqua (Water), Mineral Oil, Cysteamine HCI, Niacinamide, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Glyceryl Stearate, Lecithin, Isopropyl Myristate, Cetyl Alcohol, Ceteareth-20, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Octyldodecanol, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin. Propylheptyl Caprylate, Ceteareth-12, Cetearyl Alcohol, Cetyl Palmitate, Fragrance, Xanthan Gum, PEG-30 Dipolyhydroxystearate, Tocopherol, Beeswax, BHT, Tetrasodium EDTA, Hexyl Cinnamal, Linalool, Geraniol.

Size – 1.75 oz

Additional information

Weight1.75 lbs