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Gentle, Moisturizing Relief The New Calm for Compromised Skin Now with the power and efficacy of w the Kin Kinetin-Zeatin Complex and exclus exclusive Prosome Delivery Technology For your patient presenting with erythema, roughness, burning, pat stinging and dryness associated with rosacea, with the dryness associated with dermatitis and the discomfort she may experience while using her prescribed topical and oral medications.* When symp symptoms of burning, stinging and dryness are reduced, your patient may be more compliant with her prescribed therapies. Lotion's revised moisturizing formulation is appropriate for all skin type and is non-comedogenic and hypoallergenic types All Pro+T Pro+Therapy MD® products are compatible with prescribed treatments and procedures prescrib *Pro+Therapy MD® ro+Therapy products are not intended to diagnose nded or treat disease In a clinical trial1 with Kinetin Lotion 0.1%, Kinetin improved the tria appearance of the symptoms associated with rosacea in facial skin, with 80% of patients showing an overall improvement at week 12. pa 1 Weinstein G, McCullough J, Wu J, et al. Tolerability and Efficacy of a Moisturizing Lotion Containing 0.1% KINETIN for Improving the Signs and Symptoms of Acne Rosacea in Facial Skin. Presented at: American Academy of Dermatology 64th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA 2006. The clinical trial was supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Valeant Pharmaceuticals International. Pro+Therapy MD® products are available exclusively through physicians and medical professionals. Learn more about Lotion and the entire family of Pro+Therapy MD® products from your Medicis DTP Aesthetics sales representative or visit Except where otherwise indicated, all product names, slogans and other marks are trademarks of the Valeant family of companies. © 2013 All rights reserved. PTMD093-0113

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