Medesthetics

MAY-JUN 2018

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16 MAY/JUNE 2018 | Med Esthetics INTRODUCTIONS 1 NEXT-GENERATION IMAGING Canfi eld Scientifi c's new, fully automated IntelliStudio photography system produces consistent, reproducible, clinical-quality photographs and video. Featuring a 50MP SLR camera with studio-quality lighting and smart automation, the IntelliStudio uses nonpolarized and cross-polarized lighting to capture photographs of the face and body for medical dermatology and aesthetics. In addition, the IntelliStudio offers integrated video capabilities with LED lighting and record, playback and programmable zoom. The system includes a motorized, programmable lift and selection of standard templates to control camera settings and patient poses. The IntelliStudio also uses Canfi eld's advanced DermaGraphix Body Mapping software for a complete view of the patient's photographic history for mole mapping and pre- and post- image capture. Contact: 800.815.4330, canfi eldsci.com. 2 LIGHTWEIGHT SUN PROTECTION SkinCeuticals Light Moisture UV Defense SPF 50 is a lightweight, chemical sunscreen that blends easily into skin and leaves no white cast or residue. The fragrance-free, paraben-free, oil-free and noncomedogenic sunscreen includes additional moisturizing ingredients to soothe and hydrate skin as it protects. Contact: 800.771.9489, skinceuticals.com. 3 NATURAL ECZEMA CARE Epionce Renewal Calming Cream from Episciences soothes sensitive, eczema-prone skin and replenishes moisture in the skin barrier for long-term relief. The formulation includes: colloidal oatmeal to help condition and moisturize skin; meadowfoam, saffl ower and apple extract to increase fi rmness and elasticity; rosa canina, a source of vitamins A, B, C, E and K; vitamin C-rich onion; and anti-infl ammatory white water lily. Contact: 866.374.6623, epionce.com. 4 PROBIOTIC-BASED CARE Formulated with a 10 percent probiotic lysate, 8 percent polyhydroxy acid (PHA) and hyaluronic acid, Probiotic Lysate Anti-Pollution Essence from Exuviance targets the skin's microbiome to help rebalance and optimize skin health. The lysate is derived from bacteria found naturally in yogurt and is aided by PHA, which gently exfoliates for immediate improvement in skin radiance. Contact: 800.225.9411, exuviance.com. 5 SKIN BRIGHTENING The Microfacial Exfoliating Masque from Dermelect features kaolin clay, salicylic acid, THD ascorbate (vitamin C), and a blend of coconut, bergamot, avocado and sweet orange oils to brighten and smooth dull and lackluster complexions. Contact: 888.693.3763, dermelect.com. 1 2 4 3 5

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