OCT 2017

MedEsthetics—business education for medical practitioners—provides the latest noninvasive cosmetic procedures, treatment trends, product and equipment reviews, legal issues and medical aesthetics industry news.

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38 OCTOBER 2017 | Med Esthetics BLEMISH CONTROL Reduce dark spots and brighten skin tone with Perle Brightening Cream from Neocutis. Perle contains patent-pending Melaplex— a four ingredient, non-hydroquinone complex—that reduces the appearance of skin discoloration and increases skin radiance for a younger-looking, more even skin tone. Contact: 888.972.4588, Dynamis Skin Science's Meg 21 Bright & Clear Exfoliating Scrub gently exfoliates skin while helping to prevent glycation thanks to the company's proprietary ingredient, Supplamine, which helps to inactivate and re- move toxic sugars while lightening unwanted pigmentation. Contact: 877.682.7949, Dp Dermaceuticals' Cover Recover is a corrective camoufl age makeup that both conceals and nurtures sensitive, postprocedure skin. The product uses a breathable silicone-based liquid matrix to shield the skin from transepidermal water loss and environmental irritants while still allowing for the penetration of actives, including vitamins A, C and E, probiotics, patented copper peptides and hyaluronic acid. Contact: 844.737.3376, dm Skincare Mandelic Serum from DermaMed Solutions features mandelic acid, an AHA that exfoliates but does not irritate, plus willow bark and salicylic acid derivatives. The serum reduces blemishes by addressing excess oil production, bacterial overgrowth and clogged pores as well as pigmentation concerns. Contact: 610.358.4447, GMC Medical Purifying Cleansing Gel for normal to oily skin doubles as a makeup remover and cleanser. An- timicrobial peptides, aloe barbadensis and arnica montana help brighten the complexion and tighten pores, while cleansers remove sebum and skin impurities. Contact: 844.789.1802,

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