Medesthetics

APR 2018

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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28 APRIL 2018 | Med Esthetics BLEMISH CONTROL Bion Research's Mandelic Serum 15% reduces fi ne lines and acne breakouts and evens skin tone with mandelic acid, a larger-molecule alpha hydroxy acid that exfoliates and rejuvenates with less irritation and erythema than glycolic acid. Additional ingredients include anti-infl ammatory and antibacterial azelaic acid, lactic acid, niacinamide and hydrating sodium PCA. Contact: 402.438.5829, bionresearch.com. Formulated to fade areas of hyperpigmentation, Melaclear Serum from ISDINCEUTICS is a dual-action corrective topical that combines l-ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and 1.8 percent phytic acid to gently exfoliate while brightening and protecting skin. The serum can be used year- round to even skin tone and restore luminosity. Contact: 862.242.8129, isdin.com. The Kamedis CLEAR Acne Kit features three non-drying skincare products formulated with botanical purslane. The kit includes: CLEAR Acne Face Cleanser, a lightly foaming oil-free face wash; CLEAR Acne Spot Treatment; and CLEAR Acne Face Moisturizer. Contact: 855.626.6606, kamedis-usa.com. ZO Medical's Brightenex 1.0% Retinol can be used to treat hyperpigmentation or maintain results following in-offi ce treatments. It combines retinol and ascorbic acid-2 glucoside to break up existing pigmentation; glutathione, soy isofl avones and n-acetyl glucosamine to prevent new age spots; stachys offi cianalis to block melanin production; and vitamins C and E for antioxidant protection. Contact: 888.893.1375, zoskinhealth.com. The CharColate Masque from Hale Cosmeceuticals features activated charcoal and peloids (volcanic mud) to remove dirt, detoxify skin and minimize pores. Other key ingredients include: cococin, derived from green coconut water and rich in amino acids, vitamins and minerals; and hydrating cacao, which diminishes toxins and excess oil. Contact: 800.951.7005, halecosmeceuticals.com.

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