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Friday, 14 September 2007

Anthony Logistics

Anthony Logistics

Saturday, 29 December 2007

Australian Cancer Council

Australian Cancer Council

The Cancer Council Australia has developed a range of high quality, affordable sun protection products to reduce the harmful effects of the sun and the risk of skin cancer.

The range includes sunglasses, UV protective clothing, sunscreens, hats, beach shelters, swim goggles and cosmetics with sun protection.

A comprehensive range of sun protection products is available from state and territory Cancer Council shops.

The Cancer Council's sun protection products are also available from department stores, pharmacies and other retail outlets around the country.

All royalties received from the sale of The Cancer Council Australia sun protection products are distributed to state and territory cancer councils to fund research, patient support services and education

Wednesday, 28 March 2007

Aquanil

Aquanil

A mild soap-free, non-greasy cleansing lotion, Aquanil is safe for even the most sensitive skin. Developed by Person & Covey Dermatologicals for physicians and their patients, Aquanil is a product that dermatologists recommend with confidence and patients use with satisfaction.

Thursday, 8 July 2010

Anthelios

Anthelios

Anthelios

Anthelios sunscreens by La Roche Posay provide the highest level of extremely photostable, long-lasting UVA and UVB broad-spectrum protection in non-whitening formulas suitable for a variety of skin types and conditions.

With the exception of some sunscreens containing zinc oxide, La Roche Posay Anthelios is superior to all other non-whitening sunscreens (sunscreens not containing zinc or titanium dioxide) formulated without supplementary photoprotective and/or photostabilizing agents.

General Recommendations for Selection of Anthelios Sunscreens

For daily facial use as an "anti-aging" (photoprotective) moisturizer effective against photodamage, use Anthelios SX. If water-resistance is required, use Anthelios 15 instead.

For the protection of highly sun-sensitive skin, including photo-allergy and children, use Anthelios 40.

For outdoor/beach use where high-level exposure is unavoidable, use Anthelios 60 Ultra-Light Sunscreen Fluid or Melt-In Lotion for the face and/or Anthelios 60 Melt-In Milk for the face and body.

Note: SPF regulation and numbers differ by region. US SPF figures are quoted.

Thursday, 5 March 2009

Aveeno

Aveeno

Sunday, 19 July 2009

Allergan

Allergan

Allergan Allergan

Friday, 14 September 2007

Astara

Astara

Thursday, 6 December 2007

Athena Cosmetics

Athena Cosmetics

Sunday, 9 August 2009

Afirm Pure Retinol (Newly Available)

Afirm Pure Retinol (Newly Available)

Afirm Pure Retinol (Newly Available)

Afirm brings retinol to your skin in a fully active cosmetic form.

Afirm is a scientifically advanced pure retinol formula that reduces the appearance of fine lines, helps your skin repair years of sun damage and makes your skin look and feel smoother and firmer.

As you use it day after day, Afirm promotes cell renewal and the removal of dead, dull surface cells, creating the appearance of younger, more radiant skin.

Afirm is suitable for all skin types.

Three strengths are available:

AFIRM 1x contains 0.15% retinol and is intended for sensitive skin patients and for use under the eye or on the neck where many people have more sensitive skin.

AFIRM 2x is for normal skin and contains 0.30% retinol.

AFIRM 3x is for oily or less sensitive skin and contians 0.60% retinol.

All versions are fragrance free, non-comedogenic and ultimately suitable for sensitive skin.

You may view and compare Tx-Systems Afirm Retinol with other skin care products containing Retinol.

Wednesday, 28 March 2007

Ahava

Ahava

AHAVA's formulations use a unique blend of minerals from the Dead Sea. Magnesium, Calcium, Bromides, and Potassium, all necessary ingredients for glowing skin and overall good health, are present in unsurpassed concentrations. All of the unique benefits of the Dead Sea are coupled with the latest innovations in skin care to bring you the unique line of AHAVA products.

Wednesday, 28 March 2007

Air Stocking

Air Stocking

Air Stocking is a spray-on foundation especially designed for leg coverage. A micro-fine particle silk powder and foundation are combined to make this innovative skin enhancement product. Air Stocking provides a beautiful finish to your legs, similar to pantyhose. Use it to hide enlarged pores, uneven skin tone, spider veins and to create a uniform, beautiful look.

Wednesday, 28 March 2007

Allerderm

Allerderm

Allerderm

Allerderm's focus is skin ailments, helping others manage severely dry skin, hand eczema, keloids, hypertorphic scars and latex allergy by providing unique product solutions. For anyone who has suffered through contact dermatitis, allergic skin reactions or eczema, access to hypoallergenic skin care products is critical. Allerderm, the skin allergy conscious company, offers a variety of essentials for anyone prone to allergic contact dermatitis.

Monday, 2 March 2009

Allergan (Reference List)

Allergan (Reference List)

18/6/08 — Allergan to file for FDA approval of eyelash enhancer.

US drugmaker Allergan, the California-based company that makes antiwrinkle treatment Botox, has developed a new cosmetic drug that makes eyelashes grow longer, thicker and darker.

On 4 June the company announced it would file for US Food and Drug Administration approval for the drug before the end of September - confirming speculation it would make an eyelash-boosting drug based on bimatoprost, the active ingredient its glaucoma drug Lumigan.

The company has now reformulated bimatoprost to be applied directly to the base of the eyelashes - and recently completed clinical trials have confirmed produces significant eyelash growth, Allergan says. When taken as a glaucoma formulation, the drugs side effects include eye redness and darkening of the eyelid and eye colour due to increased pigmentation. The darkened eye colour is likely to be permanent. Allergan declined to comment on the incidence of side effects triggered by the eyelash formulation during clinical trials.

Friday, 14 September 2007

Allpresan

Allpresan

Friday, 14 September 2007

Alphaderma

Alphaderma

Sunday, 19 July 2009

Alyria

Alyria

Alyria

Canderm's Alyria line of skin care products helps you achieve healthy skin, for a natural radiant appearance.

Alyria products incorporate some of the best ingredients and technologies combined with patented delivery systems to create formulations that enhance the beauty of your skin.

Alyria’s advanced skincare products improve skin tone and texture, and noticeably reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

Wednesday, 28 March 2007

AmLactin

AmLactin

Available in both cream and lotion formulations, AmLactin products contain prescription-strength concentrations of lactic acid, a naturally occurring alpha hydroxy acid and excellent skin humectant. Regular application of AmLactin has been clinically proven to help relieve stubborn dry and rough skin, even on the hands and feet.

Thursday, 28 May 2009

Amatokin (by Imaginary "Voss" Laboratories)

Amatokin (by Imaginary "Voss" Laboratories)

Amatokin Skin Care Product

The latest crass incarnation of degenerate scientific skincare from Strivectin's Basic Research is Amatokin by Voss Laboratories.

Basic Research may have a variety of motivations for marketing Amatokin under the name of yet another new pseudo-laboratory, but chief among them would have to be a desire to avoid guilt by association with their past criminal frauds.

Frauds including purported stretch mark cure and botox-alternative Strivectin, idebenone-free Idebenol, Pedialean (stimulant weight loss drug for children), Ripping and Cutting (weight loss topical) Gels and Trivestin (marketed as more effective than the FDA/TGA-approved arthritis drug Celebrex).

With Amatokin, Basic Research present (for the combined pollution of your mind, deterioration of your skin, and their financial profit) the "breakthrough" of a "stem cell cream."

As such a product has no scientific basis, and Basic Research doesn't for one minute fathom the idea of actual dermatological research, Amatokin marketing to date has been presented in glossy magazine editorial style.

Presumably, the marketer's notion with this approach is to fool, or at least suggest, that the product's praise is the courtesy of an independent and discerning third-party.

They've been "suggesting" the possibility of superior alternatives to Botox for too long now, much to Allergan's annoyance, and anyway, Botox is Strivectin's cash-cow, just as Sovage suckers on Prevage and Idebenol on idebenone, and so on.

Suckering, though not extracting any substance.

Nevertheless, Amatokin's ride they hope will come courtesy of Botox again, though this time the catch phrase used will be "paralyzing injections are so last-year!"

But Botox is far from passé, and just as Basic Research's Idebenol doesn't contain idebenone, Amatokin is cytokine-free.

The female model chosen to appear in Amatokin's advertisements has predictably wrinkle-free features, devoid of any expression other than mutedly surprised.

She is also whiter than Princess Leia in clown makeup, shot overexposed almost to the point of having no nose, and bathed in white light from one side.

For all intensive purposes she is a corpse in makeup and not a glowing image of health.

And then there are the usual, seemingly professional endorements.

Tiffany Strobel, Beauty Editor of MyFreeDiet.Com, a site which turns out to be owned by Basic Research. And good old, French-sounding Dr. Natalie Chevreau — whatever her name really is, she's also on Basic Research's payroll, directing their fantastical department of "Women's Health". Like Strivectin's Dr. Mowrey, neither are actually medical doctors.

Additional marketing materials herald Amatokin as:

  • the most profound skin care breakthrough in more than three decades;
  • the product of secret Russian biotechnological research which took place in a high-security medical lab surrounded by razor wire and machine-gun-toting armoured guards;
  • originally developed as a treatment for victims of devastating skin burns.

Similarly, Basic Research had suggested to us earlier that Strivectin could surpass Botox; that their research had yielded an outstanding, medically validated peptide; and that it had been intended for "serious stretch marks."

Yes, all of Basic Research's products are intended for "serious" problems, so presumably they'll have no problem annihilating your comparatively minor concern of wrinkles.

We're all waiting for the wrinkle cream made by a friendly life form on Mars, known and accessible only to the quacks at Basic Research, who visit them in a Sovage-powered spaceship to ferry back an active ingredient, originally devised by the martians to instigate faster expansion of the universe, found to be more effective than plastic surgery, after martians in a secret lab "became confused" and started applying it to their faces.

Sadly, back on Earth, cosmic radiation has already affected the brains of the Basic Research drones:

"Controversy is nothing new for Amatokin," says Heather Hurst, spokesperson for Voss Laboratories. "At one point it looked as if Amatokin would remain underground and never be launched. The product was such a hot point of contention that we simply did not want to be part of a needlessly bitter debate."

Oh the exciting, vacuuous rarity of it all.


Further (External) Amatokin Information:

Simon.Smith on Amatokin — Manufactured Controversy as Marketing;

Rumors on Amatokin: a skin stem cell wrinkle cream?;

Could stem cell cream be future of face care? (Daily Mail, UK);

US National Institutes of Health Stem Cell Information.

The Voss Amatokin Web Site.


Friday, 14 September 2007

Amazing Cosmetics

Amazing Cosmetics

Friday, 14 September 2007

Amino Genesis

Amino Genesis

Thursday, 8 July 2010

Avene

Avene

In Avêne, France, lies a thermal spring with water full of remarkable softening and soothing properties.

The Avêne Dermatological Hydrotherapy Center was established on this spot in 1743, and dermatologists have been studying the properties of the spring water ever since.

Thousands of clients are referred to the Avene Center each year, where they undergo a progressive three-week skin treatment.

Now you, too, can experience the fruits of the Avêne Center with new Eau Thermale Avene skin care products made with the same Avene Thermal Spring Water.

Discover the prescription for healthy, beautiful skin with Avene.

Wednesday, 1 September 2010

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Wednesday, 10 October 2007

Algoane

Algoane

Monday, 8 October 2007

Azure

Azure

Azure HydroPeptide is an unprecedented combination of 3 advanced cremes in 1. You may have heard the tag-line “HydroPeptide: When Botox Can't!” & wondered how can an over-the-counter wrinkle cream really hope to compete with Botox? The answer lies in HydroPeptide's 3 unique state-of-the-art complexes. Azure Cosmeceuticals has created the first formula to replenish moisture, restore youth & protect against collagen-breakdown & free-radical damage. HydroPeptide contains dermatologist recommended essentials: 6 peptides, growth factor activators, retinol, & 10 antioxidants. HydroPeptide is truly a remarkable value.

Azure Cosmeceuticals, Inc. is fully focused on bringing state-of-the-art, anti-aging innovations through premier skin care products that deliver results. Azure utilizes the latest proven developments in cosmeceutical skin care technology and offers credible and safe alternatives to cosmetic procedures. They are one of the few to develop new skin care technologies that are backed by true scientific evidence. They are dedicated to continued research and advancement in the skin care industry.

Wednesday, 28 March 2007

Aquaphor Ointment

Aquaphor Ointment

Aquaphor Ointment is the brand most dermatologists suggest when an ointment based product is desired to help control excessive dryness and promote healing of dry irritated skin. Aquaphor is excellent for treatment of severely dry, eczema prone skin and is very useful for the care of atopic dermatitis in infants and young children. Aquaphor ointment is a high quality, versatile product with many uses.

Monday, 11 May 2009

Actifirm

Actifirm

Monday, 11 May 2009

Ageless Beauty

Ageless Beauty

Monday, 11 May 2009

Athanor

Athanor

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