Medesthetics

APR 2019

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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14 APRIL 2019 | Med Esthetics INTRODUCTIONS 1 COOLING EYE TREATMENT DefenAge 3D Eye Radiance Cream is formulated to improve the health of the skin around the eyes and address cosmetic concerns by lifting, fi rming and smoothing the upper eyelids, fading dark circles, reducing puffi ness and dimin- ishing the appearance of crow's feet and fi ne lines. The patent-protected metal applicator with Cooling Tip Technology allows for gentle "fi nger-free" application to help preserve the delicate skin around the eyes and provides a soothing and cooling sensation upon contact. Contact: 888.368.5372, defenage.com. 2 PROBIOTIC ANTIAGING CARE HydraFlora Probiotic Essence from HydroPeptide is an antiaging topical that helps brighten and protect skin against pollutants. Natural astringents including coconut water, blue agave and cactus fl ower help detoxify the skin and shrink pores to reveal a smooth complexion. Probiotic extracts help keep the microfl ora on the skin balanced to strengthen the skin barrier and restore the skin's pH, while antioxidants and polyphenols Gotu Kola, green tea and citrus extracts brighten the complexion. Contact: 800.932.9873, hydropeptide.com. 3 STRONGER, HEALTHIER HAIR Ducray DENSIAGE Redensifying Serum increases hair diameter and promotes the growth of stronger, healthier hair. The nonoily, no-rinse formulation is safe for color-treated hair and features a light fruit- and fl ower-based fragrance. The dermatologist-tested serum is the third step in the company's antiaging hair program formulated to restore volume, shine and suppleness to thin, sparse and brittle hair caused by intrinsic and extrinsic hair aging. Key ingredients include Panax ginseng extract to protect hair against oxidative stress and support scalp microcirculation, Albizia julibrissin (silk tree) extract for nutrients that support healthy hair growth, and vitamins B 5 and F to improve scalp hydration and strengthen hair. Contact: 800.459.8663, ducray.com. 4 FOR ALL SKIN TONES Osmosis Skin Care has relaunched its CC Color Correcting Cream line with new packaging and more shades to match a wide ranger of skin tones. The lightweight, color-correcting creams feature True Tone Technology—pigments encapsulated in microcapsules that even skin tone—and Light Lifting Effects, which diffuse skin discoloration and give the appearance of a brighter, more youthful complexion. The CC Creams provide sheer to medium coverage, depending on how much is applied. Ingredients include titanium dioxide for its UV protection and light- refl ective benefi ts, adenosine to improve microcirculation in the skin, antioxidant- rich Zanthoxylum piperitum (Japanese pepper) extract and anti-infl ammatory Usnea barbata (lichen) extract. Contact: 877.777.2305, osmosisskincare.com. 5 BRUSH-ON PROTECTION ColorLogix UVA/UVB Physical Broad Spectrum SPF 30 from Induction Therapies can be used to protect sensitive, postprocedure skin or used daily over makeup to provide sun protection for all skin types. The 100 percent mineral foundation offers titanium dioxide and zinc dioxide for chemical-free, broad spectrum UV protection as well as mica, which gives skin a sheer, brightening fi nish and also adds softness to the brush-on formula. A mix of different iron oxides in varying concentrations provides color for each of the foundation's seven shades. Contact: 877.746.4407, inductiontherapies.com. 1 2 3 4 5

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