Medesthetics

MAR 2014

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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NEWS & EVENTS M e d E s t h e t i c s PUBLISHER/CEO Deborah Carver • dcarver@creativeage.com VICE PRESIDENT/CFO Mindy Rosiejka • mrosiejka@creativeage.com EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Stephanie Yaggy • syaggy@creativeage.com EDITORIAL EXECUTIVE EDITOR/ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER Inga Hansen • ihansen@creativeage.com SENIOR EDITOR Stacy Gueraseva • sgueraseva@creativeage.com CONTRIBUTING EDITOR • Linda W. Lewis ART CREATIVE DIRECTOR • Dawn Cobalt ART DIRECTOR • Melody Ostil mostil@creativeage.com PHOTO EDITOR • Armando Sanchez PREPRESS MANAGER • Cam Campanaro DESKTOP SPECIALIST • Sophia Freeman ADVERTISING ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER/ADVERTISING DIRECTOR Lisa Fisco • lfi sco@creativeage.com ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES Diane Jones • djones@creativeage.com Nazli Santana • nsantana@creativeage.com WEB/MARKETING MARKETING COORDINATOR • Andrew B. Smith WEB ART/UX DIRECTOR • Ryan Boydstun ASSOCIATE WEB EDITOR • Chrisi Talyn Saje CIRCULATION/PRODUCTION CIRCULATION DIRECTOR • Barbara Shepherd PRODUCTION DIRECTOR • Garnet Blair PRODUCTION MANAGER • Madlen Martinez PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS Claudia Marquez, Flora Robinson ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNTING MANAGER • Lourdes R. Nuno ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE MANAGER Viktoriya Milshteyn ACCOUNTING ASSISTANT • Suzie Chavez SPECIAL PROJECTS MANAGER • Denise Maiman ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT • Dario Dicochea Questions about your subscription? Contact MedEsthetics, Attn: Subscriptions, PO Box 1072, Skokie, IL. 60076-9712; 800.624.4196; medesthtics@halldata.com Publication Offi ces: MedEsthetics, 7628 Densmore Ave, Van Nuys, CA 91406-2042. For other questions call 818.782.7328 or fax 818.782.7450. The views and opinions printed herein are not to be taken as offi cial expressions of the publishers, unless so stated. The publishers do not warrant, either expressly or by implication, the factual accuracy of the articles herein, nor do they so warrant any views or opinions offered by the authors of said articles. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means, including photocopying, or utilized by any information storage and retrieval system without written permission from MedEsthetics. Copyright 2014 by Creative Age. All rights reserved. Aesthetics Surgical EVENTS 2014 M arch 4-6 11 th Annual Meeeting of the Society of Dermatology SkinCare Specialists, Courtyard Marriott, San Diego. Contact: 201.670.4100, aad.org March 9-11 International Esthetics, Cosmetics & Spa Conference, Javits Convention Center, New York. Contact: 203.736.1699, iecsc.com March 13-16 Anti-Aging Conference, Westin St. Francis, San Francisco. Contact: 888.997.0112, a4m.com March 21-25 72 nd Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), Colorado Convention Center, Denver, CO. Contact: 866.503.7546, aad.org March 22-24 Face & Body Midwest, McCormick Place West, Chicago. Contact: 630.653.2155, faceandbody.com/midwest April 2-6 Laser 2014: 34 th Annual Conference of the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, Phoenix Convention Center, Phoenix, AZ. Contact: 877.258.6028, aslms.org April 3-5 12 th Anti-Aging Medicine World Congress (AMWC), Grimaldi Forum, Monte Carlo. Contact: euromedicom.com, amwc-congress.com April 3-5 International Fat Grafting Forum, JW Marriott New Orleans, New Orleans. Contact: 504.779.5538, fatgraftforum.com April 5-8 93 rd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Plastic Surgeons, Eden Roc, Miami Beach, FL. Contact: 978.927.8330, aaps1921.org April 24-26 20 th Annual Meeting of the Society of Plastic Surgical Skincare Specialists, The Palace Hotel, San Francisco. Contact: 562.799.0466, spsscs.org April 24-29 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS), Moscone Center, San Francisco. Contact: 800.364.2147, surgery.org May 15-17 World Anti-Aging Congress & Exposition, Gaylord Palms Resort, Kissimmee, FL. Contact: 888.997.0112, a4m.com May 29-31 24 th Annual European Association of Plastic Surgeons (EURAPS) Meeting, Lacco Ameno, Isle of Ischia, Italy. Contact: euraps.org June 10-12 HBA Global Expo, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York. Contact: 203.846.0083, hbaexpo.com June18-22 Vegas Cosmetic Surgery 2014: Multi-Specialty Aesthetic Symposium, The Bellagio Resort, Las Vegas. Contact: 877.673.3273, vegascosmeticsurgery.info 66 MARCH 2014 | Med Esthetics effi cacy of MAA compounds on human skin models. Peptides. "A peptide extracted from Chlorella vulgaris, a single-cell green algae, stimulates the production of four types of dermal collagen and elastin. This peptide has been formulated into topical creams to restore youthful function to maturing skin," notes Byrnes. Morvan and Vallee authored a study of a Chlorella vulgaris extract in the November 2007 issue of Personal Care. They concluded that it not only mitigated against the breakdown of collagen and elastin but also stimulated natural cell defenses by increasing the expression of endogenous thioredoxins and protecting against free radicals. Phlorotannins and sulfated poly- saccharides have been touted as the antiaging skincare ingredients of the future. So far, though, all we know is that in vitro studies of phenolic compounds from the marine alga Corallina pilulifera have shown the ability to prevent oxidative stress from UV light, which is known to lead to photoaging. There are currently several labs testing marine-derived phlorotannins and sulfated polysaccharides as antiaging in- gredients (Thomas and Kim, Marine Drugs, January 2013). Pseudopterosins, extracted from Pseudopterogorgia elisabethae, a Carib- bean sea whip, have been studied for their anti-infl ammatory properties (N. Dayan, et al, J Cosmetic Science, December 2009). Forearm skin treated with 0.02% sea whip extract emulsion was then challenged with ethyl nicotinate. The treated arms showed a signifi cant reduction in blood fl ow, a measure of infl ammation, compared to untreated skin. "Pseudopterosins appear to modify the arachidonic acid cascade by an as yet undefi ned mechanism of pharmaco- logical action," says Byrnes. Few, if any, of these compounds have been subjected to strenuous clinical trials, but the basic research that has been done is exciting for many in the dermatologic and skincare arena. "The research is fascinating, but there is still much work to be done," says Dr. Lee. "Companies need to conduct rigorous clinical trials to prove effi cacy." Linda W. Lewis is a contributing editor of MedEsthetics. MARINE-BASED INGREDIENTS continued from page 52 N e w s E v e n t s M E D 3 1 4 . i n d d 6 6 News Events MED314.indd 66 2 / 1 1 / 1 4 4 : 0 1 P M 2/11/14 4:01 PM

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