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Friday, 8 May 2009

DCL

DCL

DCL

DCL

High performance, non-prescription formulations for face, hair, body and sun protection.

Direct dispensed by physicians.

Developed for dermatologists and plastic surgeons for over 25 years.

Wednesday, 28 March 2007

DDF

DDF

DDF (Doctor's Dermatologic Formula) offers the most comprehensive preventative and restorative skin care solutions available without a prescription. Uniquely formulated to help skin cells naturally regenerate, DDF blends proven dermatological ingredients with marine, herbal and botanical bio-actives. DDF goes beyond moisturizing and toning to cleanse, protect and treat your skin. With DDF, your skin will be healthier and younger-looking, whatever your skin concern.

Wednesday, 19 March 2008

DermaVeen

DermaVeen

Friday, 14 September 2007

Dremu Oil

Dremu Oil

Wednesday, 28 March 2007

DHS

DHS

DHS dermatological hair and scalp products are created specifically for dermatologists and their patients. Six DHS shampoos, and their companion conditioning rinse, are carefully formulated to achieve therapeutic efficiency and cosmetic elegance for the most sensitive patients. DHS formulations were created to offer a choice of therapeutic regimens for the treatment of psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis and dandruff.

Wednesday, 28 March 2007

DML

DML

DML moisturizers are non-comedogenic and contain none of the fragrances, irritants or potential sensitizers found in many similar products. DML formulas were developed to surpass the dermatologist's highest standards for effective skin care and our consumer’s highest expectation of cosmetic elegance. DML moisturizers are soothing and safe to use anywhere on the body for prolonged periods, and for any age.

Wednesday, 28 March 2007

DS Laboratories

DS Laboratories

DS Laboratories was started in 1996 with the goal of developing state-of-the-art solutions for the skin care and hair loss industries. DS Laboratories is backed by serious research and development, with new product introductions driven only by genuine advances in technology and performance.

All of DS Laboratories products feature a remarkably innovative liposome technology, the result of years of research by of some of the most brilliant minds in biochemistry. This technology dramatically enhances the effectiveness of the active ingredients in the products. Incredible strides have been made in the treatment of cellulite, hair loss, acne and other common ailments.

Tuesday, 25 August 2009

Darphin

Darphin

Darphin

27/7/08 — New Darphin Vitalprotection SPF 15 Sunscreen.

22/6/08 — Darphin Haute Couture Skin Care Guide.

18/6/08 — Darphin Intral Candles.

18/6/08 — Comments from Anne Campoamor regarding Darphin Photoprotection and Darphin Vitalprotection.

18/6/08 — Return of Overnight Desincrustant Lotion — Darphin to launch a Purifying Duo for Spot prone skin.

18/6/08 — New — Darphin Dry and Sensitive Skin Body Care.

25/3/08 — Darphin Permanent Discontinuations.

4/2/08 — Darphin Fibrogene Line Response Nourishing Cream — Health Today.

20/1/08 — Seven Deadly Beauty Sins — Darphin Hydraskin Serum.

21/12/07 — New Darphin Fibrogene Collection for Very Dry Skin.

21/12/07 — New Darphin Nectar aux Huit Fleurs Aromatic Care.

09/11/06 — New Darphin Stimulskin Plus Cream — New Vitamin C Formula.


Darphin is France's foremost aromatherapy and phytotherapy skincare collection, trouncing its copy-cat, Decleor, with an unparalleled array of elegant, intertwinable formulations designed to revamp and refashion the appearance of skin with magnificent contrast and nuance.


Darphin Skin Care — Hydraskins

For more than fifty years, Darphin's miniscule niche has been women demanding "la haute couture de la beauté" — skincare utterly specific to an individual's skin type, age, condition, concerns and, more than any other formulator with the possible exception of La Prairie, an individual's preference to customize the finer points of their skin's natural appearance outside the realm of makeup.

Where La Prairie has a characteristically Swiss, clinical approach to skincare heavily tempered by luxury, Darphin revels in harnessing the therapeutic and aesthetic potential of plants in the most refined manner possible.

Darphin's creator, Dr. Pierre Darphin, would probably find the likes of most "natural" skincare underdeveloped:

  • YonKa — with virtually every formula containing the same blend of five strong essential oils (Rosemary, Thyme, Cypress, Lavender, Geranium) in a limited number of base formulas, is comparatively heavy-handed, repetitive and simplistic;

  • Dr. Hauschka — the use of single essential oils could be said to lack artistry;

  • Jurlique — like Dr. Hauschka, single and basic essential oil complexes and plants repeatedly adorn a few base oil, cream and gel formulas with little to no thought given to their synergistic scientific and aesthetic potential;

  • Decleor — probably closer in results and purpose to Clarins, Decleor arrived on the scene two decades after Darphin to ape its ideals in a manner that attracts a much larger, younger audience. In the process, costs are cut to produce cheaper products (far fewer ingredients, simplified formulas, far less anti-aging) and higher volumes (more generic, less individually-relevant products for quicker and easier sale through mass market channels, and reduced likelihood of dissatisfaction in case of incorrect use).

The Darphin skincare aficionado is typically a sensitive, artistic woman with a well-cultivated commitment to the finer things in life, and little (if any) interest in the vagaries of the mainstream beauty industry.

For these women, skincare is about finding a perfect marriage between pleasure and results, with the finest imaginable attention to detail, and the comfort of knowing they've satisfied the demands of their character and personal preferences without compromise.

Virtually no two Darphin skincare protocols are the same, and with hen's teeth availability of bona-fide Darphin specialists throughout the world (only three in Australia, and none in many countries), the exclusivity of the skincare and its methods is a natural outcome.

The abilities which enable individual realisation of the unconditionally luxuriant skin characteristic of perfectly-applied Darphin cannot be rushed or automated.

Darphin use which isn't ideal, is haphazard or (perhaps most importantly) incomplete, is an ultimately unsatisfying waste of time.

The department store is surely the worst place to experience Darphin, for its characteristic lack of attention to detail beyond its manufacture of desire through marketing, coercive gifts with purchase and a generally overriding devotion to the bottom line.

Only careful, individual attention finds the path through this prodigious range of skincare which unlocks its scintillating merits.

Darphin skin care has a high abstract value — the more intensely you experience it, the more it reveals to you its unique virtues.

With time, you'll enjoy details you didn't even notice at first — the unique luster it lends your perfectly prepared complexion, the harmony of exquisite formulas used in series, imaginative, artful stimulation of your senses through carefully controlled aromatherapy... the value of Darphin increases with time.

Aesthetic Properties of Darphin Moisturizers

How would you like your skin to look? Darphin Phytotherapy Moisturizers tackle the basic need for hydration while introducing an array of optical and tactile options.

Darphin Hydraskin — abundant light-weight moisture produces a fresh, dewy-look ideal for summer and blondes;

Darphin Predermine — rich and satisfying for skin which feels dense with a resilient, firm and demi-matte finish without visible traces; fills fine lines and wrinkles without adding colour;

Darphin Stimulskin — stimulating and smoothing for maximum glow, depth and warmth; develops a lively and rich luster with plump features and moist highlights; a finish matched to evening ware;

Darphin Instant Lumiere — while applied, lightens skin colour and greatly increases reflectivity for a uniformly pure and bright glow; beloved by brides; in colder months, increases the contrast between skin and darkly coloured hair without makeup;

Darphin ArovitaC — midway between Predermine and Stimulskin with more visible moisture but less tightening than Predermine, and less of Stimulskin's intensity, better-suited to daily wear.


20/1/08 — Seven Deadly Beauty Sins — Darphin Hydraskin Serum.

4/2/08 — Darphin Fibrogene Line Response Nourishing Cream — Health Today.

Darphin News

Is it worth it? Darphin Prescription Facial — Rin Simpson tests the Darphin Prescription Facial at The Feet and Face Place, Cardiff.

Monday, 22 June 2009

Decleor

Decleor

Decleor is not recommended — subclinical irritation from the basic skincare is common and products to prevent and treat photoaging are barely of any use in theory, let alone practice.

The product collection is massive and replete with duplication and general redundancy.

Although touted as being the most natural skincare, Decleor products are generally heavily preserved and adulterated by fragrance and colouring.

Decleor appears to derive much of its purported benefit from its aromatic hydrocarbons.

Unsurprisingly, Decleor skin care users are instructed to breathe deeply, however scent does not correlate with direct, positive effects on the skin any more than chiral or oxygen skin care provide benefit.

Aromatherapy is of primarily psychological benefit — skin benefits, if any and parasympathetically-derived, are not sustainable.

Products released since the sale of the Decleor trademark to Japanese Shisheido appear to have even less therapeutic potential than older products.

Although similar to Darphin, the volatile and aromatic component of the skincare is greater and more readily released, and Decleor omits concentrated use of the few botanical extracts which appear to have the greatest potential.

Ultimately, Decleor appears to be a toy of beauty therapy and a skin-challenging implementation of aromatherapy.

Heavy users of Decleor skin care typically delude themselves about the benefits of their skin care, yet none have uncharacteristically firm and elastic skins.

The likelihood that any heavily, financially or ideologically invested user of Decleor skin care will avoid skin care failure to any meaningful extent is practically nil.

Decleor Skin Care/Product References


  • Decleor @ BeautyHabit
  • Decleor Bath and Body Care

  • Decleor Hand and Nail Care
  • Decleor for Men

  • Mothers Decleor Energy Lift Facial
  • Decleor @ The Coppid Beech Hotel

  • Decleor Promotional Blurb

    These days, its important to think about what goes into your skin. After all, its long-term well-being and your beauty depend on it.

    Decleor Skin Care provides you with a comprehensive beauty approach, steeped in naturalness, modernity and generosity. Importantly, Decleor's quality is second to none and no animal testing has ever been performed.

    Decleor Aromessences™ are:

    The Concentrated Decleor Aromessence ™ suited to you complexion will be a synergy of non-greasy essences immediately absorbed by the skin.

    It will cleanse and balance the epidermis deep down while priming it for further treatment with an emulsion, cream, gel, lotion or foam.

    Filled with active agents, Decleor Paris Essential Oils are made up of hundreds of molecules that act in synergy.

    These very powerful concentrates require a specialist's know-how in order to guarantee quality, ranging from the choice of the botanical species to ensuring the absolute purity of the essential oil, with all its molecules preserved.

    Morning and night, apply 2 drops of your Decleor Aromessence ™ over a perfectly cleansed face, pressing in with fingertips and finishing with light sweeping strokes.

    Follow with an appropriate Decleor skincare emulsion, cream, gel, lotion or foam.

    Review the Decleor Aromessences ™ and find out which one is best suited to your individual skin.

    Any Decleor Aromatherapy Skin Care may be combined with Decleor Hydra Floral, the extreme skin moisturizing treatment with phyto-aromatic sources. This ultra-light cream displays even greater effectiveness when two drops of Decleor Aromessence Visage Neroli are applied immediately beforehand.

    For further information, watch the Decleor Flash Presentation on Aromatherapy.

    Decleor Skin Care Product Overview

    Wednesday, 21 February 2007

    Decoderm

    Decoderm

    Decoderm

    Decoderm is a complete make-up line for face, eyes, lips and hands.

    Treatment formulas that respect the skin’s natural balance, natural colors, perfect hold: A line of products studied for beauty professionals and valued by today’s woman who wants only the best makeup that is simple to apply and safe for skin.

    For the face

    Foundations, powders, blushes in addition to covering and diminishing skin imperfections are enriched with active ingredients to moisturize, nourish and protect.

    For eyes

    Pencils, eyeshadows, eye-liner, mascara: in addition to emphasizing beauty, protect and respect the delicate nature of lashes and eye contours thanks to a formula enriched with specific strictly hypoallergenic active ingredients that are ophthalmologist tested.

    For lips

    Lipsticks that reach perfection in terms of color, shine, hold with formulas studied to defend lips from environmental aggressions, keeping them soft and moisturized at all times.

    For hands

    Polishes that are easy to apply with shades that remain unaltered; products that reinforce and rebuild while increasing nail resistance and natural shine.

    Wednesday, 28 March 2007

    DermaNew

    DermaNew

    Dean Rhoades and Amby Longhofer conceived DermaNew with the belief that there is nothing more important or personal than our skin. As we develop and mature throughout life, so does our skin - but not always with the most desirable results.

    Rhoades and Longhofer discovered that microdermabrasion provided the answer to many of our skin's most troublesome problems, but found the process lacked the intimacy that our skin deserves. They set out to develop an at-home treatment that combined the powerful results of traditional spa-based microdermabrasion with the respect they felt our skin deserves. What they created was DermaNew.

    DermaNew offers easy-to-use at-home microdermabrasion systems for all skin types and concerns, as well as other products and accessories for total body care. Experience a whole new level of skin care and a whole new you with DermaNew.

    Sunday, 10 December 2006

    Dermablend

    Dermablend

    Dermablend is a market leader in corrective dermatologist-grade makeup, providing complete, natural-looking coverage for the face and body.

    Dermablend products are:

    • smudge and water resistant ;
    • sensitivity tested for all skin types ;
    • only require a minimal amount for total coverage.

    Dermablend can be used to cover cosmetic flaws, including those of the body such as spider veins, or as a full foundation for a beautiful, flawless look.

    Dermablend provides the right ingredients and tools for immediately flawless-looking skin.

    Sunday, 10 December 2006

    Dermalogica

    Dermalogica

    Dermalogica is a favorite for clinical skin care, offering a unique mix of quality, sophistication and, above all, performance.

    Aestheticians and spa-based skin care professionals worldwide recommend the exclusive products from Dermalogica for general skin maintenance, improvement and anti-aging.

    Dermalogica offers a complete line of personal-use skin care products.

    Dermalogica is a leader in sophisticated personal skin care products and also manufactures specialty products designed for clinical therapy use only by licensed professionals.

    Saturday, 2 May 2009

    Dermatix

    Dermatix

    Wednesday, 21 February 2007

    Dibi Italy

    Dibi Italy

    The purest materials, rigorous scientific controls, in-depth effectiveness tests, extraordinary results. These are the qualities of the Dibi products you will find in Dibi Center: a range of cosmetic products for the body and face especially formulated to be used in the Institute, along with Dibi equipment, or at home to respond to your skin’s every need.

    A wide range that includes treatments with formulations that are always innovative and pleasing to the touch. Our milks, lotions, emulsion gels, fluids, serums, powders, mousses, masks, creams and wraps are the result of intense and constant work in the Dibi laboratories where the most advanced research methods are employed to ensure reliable, visible and immediate results.

    Dibi’s specialty cosmetics conform to strict international standards and are tested at the Dermatology Clinic of the University of Pavia to ensure the highest quality and exceptional reliability. All Dibi products are hypoallergenic, do not contain substances harmful to the environment and are not tested on animals.

    Wednesday, 28 March 2007

    Doak Dermatologics

    Doak Dermatologics

    Doak Dermatologics offers unique and effective skin care products that are recommended by dermatologists throughout the world. Doak is a small, specialized dermatology based skin care company that is well-known for its great products. Some of Doak's brands are Carmol 10 and 20 (medicated skin-softening moisturizers), AcidMantle Cream (a pH adjusting protective moisturizer) and TransVerSal Wart Removal System.

    Monday, 22 June 2009

    Donell

    Donell

    Donell Super Skin provides a highly advanced, professional line designed to soften the harmful effects of sun, acne and aging, improve the healing and appearance of scars, and promote skin recovery following plastic surgery and medical procedures. Donell is the first company to develop and distribute topical non-steroidal products with mucopolysaccharide-cartilage complex (MCC), which can accelerate wound healing, has potent anti-inflammatory effects, and the ability to reduce signs of skin aging.

    Friday, 14 September 2007

    Donell Super Skin

    Donell Super Skin

    Wednesday, 28 March 2007

    Dr. Brandt

    Dr. Brandt

    Dr. Brandt is a commitment to the marriage of science and nature. Their unique formulas are rich with powerful vitamins, shea butter, green tea, grapeseed extract, natural botanicals, blemish fighting salicylic acid, tea tree, rosemary, and other skin-saving elements.

    Every product is a dedication to beautiful, younger-looking skin and formulated under strict dermatologic control for maximum safety and efficacy. Dr. Brandt skin care products offer high performance without a prescription.

    Wednesday, 28 March 2007

    Dr. Carolyn Collection

    Dr. Carolyn Collection

    Dr. Carolyn Siegal, the founder of the Dr. Carolyn Collection, gives you the tools of the trade for salon quality manicures and pedicures in the comfort of your own home. With medical-grade implements and moisturizers, you can pamper your hands and feet whenever you want for the ultimate in relaxation.

    Dr. Carolyn, a podiatrist, suggests that you even use your tools when you visit your local nail salon. By having a set of tools that are only used on you, you virtually eliminate the chance of exposing yourself to harmful bacteria and viruses that may live in nail salons, despite sanitation practices. And with the chic, stylish bags that these tools come in, you'll long to bring them with you - wherever you go!

    Friday, 14 September 2007

    Dr. Irene Eris

    Dr. Irene Eris

    Friday, 14 September 2007

    Dr. Hauschka

    Dr. Hauschka

    Friday, 14 September 2007

    Dr. Michelle Copeland Skincare

    Dr. Michelle Copeland Skincare

    Wednesday, 28 March 2007

    Dr. Dan's

    Dr. Dan's

    Created by Dr. Daniel Viders, a board certified dermatologist, Dr. Dan's CortiBalm lip balm is the only true hypoallergenic lip balm with 1% hydrocortisone. CortiBalm does not contain lanolin, menthol or other acids commonly used in many lip balms, as these ingredients can cause allergic reactions or irritation, especially when the lips are already cracked. It’s great for severe chapped lips due to sun, wind, cold, cosmetics, or acne and psoriasis patients currently taking Accutane, Amnesteen or Soriatane.

    Friday, 6 June 2008

    Danné Montague-King

    Danné Montague-King

    Friday, 14 September 2007

    Dr. Renaud

    Dr. Renaud

    Wednesday, 21 February 2007

    Dr. Mullerk

    Dr. Mullerk

    Dr. Mullerk

    The Dr. Mullerk product line is specifically studied to combat and prevent the sense of heaviness and fatigue that often affects legs and feet. State-of-the-art cosmetic formulas combine anti-stress action with active prevention against imperfections.

    Lenifresh

    Products studied to provide a feeling of well-being and lightness to legs. They combat and prevent the feeling of heaviness and the swelling that often affects legs. Products tone tissues, reactivate circulation and provide a beneficial action for all other imperfections (cellulite, relaxation of tissue, etc.). Intensive treatments performed at beauty centers are combined with daily self care.

    Podofresh

    A series of products to care for and provide well-being to feet. They help to combat and prevent dry skin, burning, calluses, tiredness, swelling and circulation-related problems providing moisture, softness and elasticity to the epidermis.

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    Open Pores — Treatment and Prevention

    MD Rx Melbourne Dermatology Open Pores Overnight Solution

    The Sun

    Radiation

    Mexoryl

    Pentapeptides Ineffective

    Asiaticoside vs. Madecassoside for Collagen Synthesis

    La Roche-Posay Redermic

    Valeant Pharmaceuticals

    Rainbow

    Telomerase

    Azelaic Acid

    Bisabolol

    Avena Sativa

    Panthenol

    Aster Family of Plants

    Green Tea (Camellia Sinensis) Extract

    Polyphenols

    Caffeine

    Oxofulleram

    Salicylic Acid

    Capryloyl Salicylic Acid

    Open Pores

    Phytosphingosine

    Glycerin

    Idebenone

    Ascorbyl Palmitate

    Kojic Acid

    Algorithm for Optimal Sustained Exfoliation: Glycolic Acid

    Comparison of 33 Sunscreens