Medik8 launch new skin ageing kit

Thursday, 24 April 2014 News

Medik8 has launched a new Skin Ageing Essential Kit, aimed at women and men aged 40+.

The kit is suitable for normal to dry skin and contains both Vitamin C and Vitamin A skin serums and moisturisers for day and night.

The edited collection treats skin ageing concerns including lines and wrinkles, dull complexion, uneven skin tone and sun damage.

ACE 2015 is announced

Wednesday, 23 April 2014 News

The Aesthetics Conference and Exhibition 2015 will take place on Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 March 2015 at the Business Design Centre, London. 

This follows the success of ACE 2014, where 1,638 attendees enjoyed lectures, clinical demonstrations and business workshops from more than 60 speakers providing vital information and advice on best practice, techniques and business development. Practitioners also had the opportunity to speak to 100 exhibitors about the latest innovations in aesthetic medicine on the packed exhibition floor. 

Galderma launches new syringes

Monday, 21 April 2014 News

 

Galderma has launched two new syringe delivery systems for their Restylane range. Launched at the Anti-Ageing World Congress in April, the Restylane Filler Syringe and Restylane Skin Boosters Syringe have been designed with the aim of offering greater precision, comfort and control as well as incorporating new safety measures.

iS Clinical launch Sheald post-procedure kit

Thursday, 17 April 2014 News

iS Clinical have launched a new kit to aid the healing process of post-procedure/treatment skin. 

The kit aims to hydrate the skin whilst creating an antimicrobial barrier, in order to sooth sensitive skin and aid it in recovery from ablative procedures such as fractional and CO2 laser skin resurfacing and deep chemical peels. 

New website provides support for the aftermath of acne

Friday, 11 April 2014 News

This week saw the launch of a new acne scar resource website aimed at providing support and resources for people suffering with acne scarring. Launched in Canada, Ascarfreeme.ca seeks to help people manage the emotional and physical impacts of acne scarring. 

The website offers users a wealth of online resources, from articles on the latest treatments to blog posts on improving self-esteem, whilst also providing members with a platform on which to share their experiences via community message boards.

Research suggests glycemic index of food can influence acne severity

Friday, 11 April 2014 News

New research has shown that young adults with moderate to severe acne have reported consuming food containing more sugar and dairy, and with a higher glycemic index, than those with minimal acne.

The study included 248 volunteers aged 18 to 25 years old. They reported on the severity of their acne, what they ate each day, and what foods they thought may exacerbate their acne.

Study converts adult human cells to hair follicle generating stem cells

Wednesday, 09 April 2014 News

Researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania have published results of a study describing how they were able to convert adult stem cells into epithelial stem cells (EpSCs).

When implanted into immunocompromised mice, the EpSCs regenerated the different cell types of human skin and hair follicles, and even produced structurally recognizable hair shaft, raising the possibility that they may eventually enable hair regeneration in people.

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