Amelan is a topical product used for skin depigmentation and beautification. It appears to be made by a Dr. Krulig.
Amelan – Product Description
Amelan can help improve the look of skin that has been damaged through sun exposure. It can also address hyperpigmentation issues such as melasma and lentigo. The site claims melasma spots will disappear and skin will be rejuvenated in just 8 to 14 days, and that the product’s effectiveness is between 99 and 100 percent. Users do not need to avoid going out into the sun. The most compelling part of the site is the photos. Results are visible and, in some cases, remarkable.
While much of the information does seem to be scientifically sound, it may be a bit too complex for the lay person. For instance, there is a flow chart to illustrate how Amelan blocks tyrosinase and oxidation, but this will mean little to most people. The site is hard to navigate. Users can’t choose which information to view, but must scroll through a series of slides. There is no info about the maker. The link to “Dr. Krulig’s Resume” leads to a page that cannot be found. It is not clear how much Amelan costs or how customers can purchase it.
- Fast results
- Will not produce photo sensitivity
- Dramatic before and after photos
- Website difficult to navigate
- Complex information
- No ordering info
Amelan – The Bottom Line
If the photos presented on the site are any indication, this is a product that can deliver amazing results. With a website that is not very user-friendly and no information about how to order, however, it’s questionable whether the site will convert many curious individuals into Amelan users.