Medesthetics

JUL-AUG 2018

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30 JULY/AUGUST 2018 | Med Esthetics BLEMISH CONTROL EltaMD UV Pure Broad- Spectrum SPF 47 is a gentle daily sunscreen formulated for patients who want a natural, chemical-free product. The sunscreen includes zinc oxide, titanium oxide and ascorbyl palmitate (vitamin C ester) to provide broad-spectrum sun protection while brightening skin tone and reducing the signs of aging. Contact: 800.633.8872, eltamd.com. 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, meadowfoam seed oil, saffl ower oil, apple extract, rosa canina fruit oil, vitamin C-rich onion and white water lily extract. Contact: 866.374.6623, epionce.com. Osmosis Skincare's Polish Enzyme Firming Mask uses cranberry enzyme to gently exfoliate skin without disrupting the lipid barrier. Additional ingredients coenzyme Q10 and lactic acid help tighten and smooth skin while lightening areas of excess pigmentation. Contact: 877.777.2305, osmosisskincare.com. ZO Medical's Brightenex Skin Brightener & Correcting Crème 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. Contact: 888.893.1375, zoskinhealth.com. Colorescience's Even Up Clinical Pigment Perfector is a 3-in-1 product that camoufl ages dark spots with a mineral-based primer, reduces future discoloration by interrupting the four key pathways that cause excess pigmentation and protects skin from photodamage and UV- induced hyperpigmentation with an SPF 50 mineral sunscreen. Contact: 866.426.5673, colorescience.com.

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