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Active ingredients are always as high as they need to be to produce maximum benefit.

No formula is fragranced, coloured, packaged in plastic, or otherwise compromised for ease of use by a wider, unsupported public.

Stock is never more than one week old since manufacture and should be used within 3 months of opening.

Tuesday, 16 August 2016

MD Rx Melbourne Dermatology Open Pores Overnight Solution

MD Rx Melbourne Dermatology Open Pores Overnight Solution

Melbourne Dermatology's Open Pores Overnight Solution is a highly concentrated remedial treatment for visibly open pores.

Designed to replicate the results of in-office procedures when used on a regular basis, the Open Pores Overnight Solution contains a mild but effective anti-inflammatory combination of pharmaceutical grade salicylic acid, mandelic acid, zinc, bisabolol and apple, peach and apricot extracts (meeting Ph Eur, USP and BP specifications). The combination of these ingredients provides superior results when compared with each used alone. For further information, refer the ingredients.

Dissolves Sebum and Cellular Debris in Pores

The treatment is effective for pores made visible by congestion with excess oils (hardened sebum plugs, blackheads, whiteheads or acne).

Improves Collagen Synthesis and Elastin Fibers

The treatment is effective for pores made visible by loss of elasticity due to intrinsic and extrinsic aging.

Visibly Open Pore Treatment Usage

Applied in the evening to clean skin, The Melbourne Dermatology Open Pores Overnight Solution takes approximately 5 minutes to complete.

Just apply to clean skin using a cotton ball, leave to act for 5 minutes and rinse off. The solution is normally dry within a few minutes and may be left on overnight if desired.

Results are immediate and accrue over time.

Maximum results are achieved after eight weeks of using the product twice a week. If desired, you may use the product more frequently for faster results, however reduce usage in case of dryness or irritation.

Please note the prescribed instructions for use.

Monday, 22 August 2011

MD Rx Antioxidant Hair Replenishing Mist

MD Rx Antioxidant Hair Replenishing Mist

An unprecedented combination of high-concentration antioxidants, revitalizing nutrients and sunscreen to protect hair against environmental damage, in particular photoaging.

Predominant Benefits

  • Provides a broad spectrum of superior first-tier antioxidants and sunscreen for optimal photoprotection of hair in an easy-to-use spray;

  • Improves the appearance of all hair types, especially frequently-coloured, washed or blow-dried hair, by nourishing, restructuring and smoothing the hair's cuticul;

  • Protects and revitalizes the scalp — beneficial in cases of scalp acne or itchy scalp.

Key Ingredients

  • Vitamin C (Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate) — primary aqueous photoprotective antioxidant;

  • Vitamin E (Tocopherol Acetate) — primary lipid-soluble photoprotective antioxidant;

  • Ferulic Acid (4-hydroxy-3-methoxycinnamic acid) — presently one of the most significant non-Vitamin supplementary photoprotective antioxidants available;

  • Grape Seed Polyphenolsphotoprotective and antioxidant, helping to stabilize hair structure and elasticity;

  • Green Tea Polyphenolsphotoprotective and antioxidant helping to stabilize hair structure and elasticity;

  • Panthenol — a deep-penetrating oil-free moisturizer which smoothes the hair cuticle for extended periods of time;

  • Sodium PCA — a superior humectant which exists naturally in hair as a moisturizer, reduced by shampooing, drying and environmental exposure;

  • Allantoin — extracted from Comfrey, a soothing antioxidant recognized by the FDA as a cold sore and fever-blister treatment, helps heal, soothe and protect the hair cuticle;

  • Niacinamide — an antioxidant nutrient which strengthens, renews and stimulates hair fibre while hydrating to increase hair's lustre and elasticity;

  • Benzophenone — a sunscreen which protects against aging UVA rays.

  • Sodium Hyaluronate — superior weightless moisturizer, binds to, protects and smoothes hair.
  • Refer the full ingredient listing.

    Further Information

    MD Rx Antioxidant Hair Replenishing Mist

    See photoprotection of hair.

    Instructions for Use

    1. Wash hair with shampoo not containing sodium laureth sulphate and condition if desired.

    2. Towel dry hair and spray with Antioxidant Hair Replenishing Mist.

    Blow dry and apply styling products if desired.

    1. Style hair, and mist over once to finish.

    Usage Notes

    If indoors, may be re-misted every 4-6 hours for enhanced protection, or to refresh the hair's appearance.

    If exposed to UV, re-mist every 2 hours, or after swimming, wear a broad-rimmed hat and/or avoid direct sun.

    Free of preservatives and alcohol.

    Monday, 16 January 2012

    MD Rx Higher Strength Azelaic Acid Gel-Cream

    A dedicated, higher-strength azelaic acid formula to treat:

    and to assist in the treatment of hyperpigmentation in conjunction with Skinceuticals Phyto Plus or another considerable therapy.

    Suitable for all skin types and conditions.

    Non-drying and anti-inflammatory when used as directed, although elimination of detritus (wastes the skin has been holding onto, such as hardened oils and dead skin cells lining the pores) is a potential temporary side effect required to produce lasting results.

    Generally used in combination with another exfoliating treatment, such as Jan Marini Bioclear Cream, although not necessarily, if general skin resurfacing is not required or desired.

    Not expected to cause any side effects if used after correct acclimatization to Jan Marini Bioclear.

    Preservative, coloring and fragrance free. Supplied in glass.

    Tuesday, 23 August 2011

    MD Rx Anti-Inflammatory Scalp Decongesting Cleanser — Scalp Acne/Seborrhea/Follicle Congestion

    A refreshing soap, detergent and fragrance-free scalp cleanser with anti-inflammatory properties specific to the needs of patients with a range of persistent scalp conditions or annoyances.

    Particularly useful in cases of scalp acne, itchy scalp and irritation from the large amounts of propylene glycol and alcohol present in topical minoxidil medications including Regaine and Rogaine.

    The essential cleansing action of the product is provided by betaines and natural saponins (derived from Yucca) in place of sulphate cleansers such as sodium laureth sulphate.

    Cleanser agents such as sodium laureth sulphate produce large amounts of foam, however are characteristically superficial cleansers with little deep-cleansing ability and a tendency to provoke minor skin irritation, particularly where the scalp's stratum corneum functions poorly due to daily application of hair loss medications or harsh shampoos.

    Betaine cleansers and natural saponins produce little foam when first applied, however are intrinsically more efficient cleansers, better able to emulsify hardened sebum/wax which can block hair follicles and help foster propionibacterium, excess dihydrotestosterone and inflammation implicated in hair loss, itchy scalp and scalp acne.

    These agents also function well at a pH around that of healthy skin (slightly acidic), whereas traditional foaming cleansers require more alkaline conditions to do their work, and therefore disrupt the stratum corneum's naturally acidic mantle.

    Not surprisingly, betaines and natural saponins are also more effective in treating facial visibly open pores than sodium laureth sulphate because they remove detritus thoroughly and without encouraging conditions for deeper congestion.

    MD Rx Anti-Inflammatory Decongesting Scalp Cleanser reduces the amount of redundant, oxidizing material retained within hair follicles to yield progressive improvement across a range of concerns:

    • Scalp Acne reduced and eliminated by allowing environmental oxygen to reach propionibacterium fostered by dead cell build up;

    • Itchy Scalprelieved by resurfacing the scalp surface and restoring a more ideal pH to the stratum corneum;

    • Irritated or Sensitive Scalp — anti-inflammatories deposited while cleansing reduce sensations of itchiness, prickling and unevenness of the scalp surface; if red or grey, the scalp will become progressively whiter as it is relieved of oxidative stress;

    • Poor Hair Volume — the formula's scalp resurfacing and stimulating effect clears debris from the base of follicles, allowing hair to become more consistently buoyant; where hair is prone to oily roots, the treatment's resurfacing and soothing effect also allows natural sebum to flow more easily and finely to coat individual hair shafts more uniformly.

    • Hair Loss — dihydrotestosterone binds to sebum, therefore preventing accumulation of oxidizing sebum within hair follicles probably lessens the hormone's tendency to miniaturize hair bulbs, a process repeated throughout the scalp and which leaves hair progressively less well "anchored" and prone to falling out before its time; purification of the hair follicles and resurfacing of the scalp's stratum corneum are also likely to enhance penetration of minoxidil, producing both better and faster results, less unnecessary whitening coating of the hair and less superficial scalp irritations.

    MD Rx Anti-Inflammatory Decongesting Scalp Cleanser:

    • does not contain any form of tar;
    • has a light, fluid texture that allows for better penetration and easier rinsing;
    • is supplied in glass to minimize the need for preservatives without compromising the formula's long-term stability.

    Friday, 26 August 2011

    Melbourne Dermatology Broken Capillaries Sunscreen SPF 30+

    Melbourne Dermatology developed this sunscreen specifically for patients suffering from broken capillaries.

    It contains a high concentration of caffeine to help constrict capillaries (reducing their appearance and helping prevent further breakage) and antioxidants (green tea, resveratrol, ferulic acid and EUK-134 salen-manganese complex) which bolster the product's sunscreens to provide enhanced protection against photoaging and further destruction of capillaries (up to 16x when compared with sunscreen without the above antioxidants).

    Additional high performance ingredients include ceramides (repair skin barrier), hyaluronic acid (binds moisture without oil) and tocopherol (antioxidant and moisturizer).

    Apply each morning without fail.

    Results are cumulative with continued use.

    Supplied in a speciality hermetic (airless) pump to preserve antioxidant activity.

    Friday, 26 August 2011

    Melbourne Dermatology Spider Veins Sunscreen SPF 30+

    Melbourne Dermatology Spider Veins Sunscreen SPF 30+

    Friday, 26 August 2011

    Melbourne Dermatology Non-Micronized Sunscreen SPF 30+

    Melbourne Dermatology Non-Micronized Sunscreen SPF 30+

    Friday, 26 August 2011

    Melbourne Dermatology Millia Treatment

    Melbourne Dermatology Millia Treatment

    Friday, 26 August 2011

    Melbourne Dermatology Hyperpigmentation Treatment

    Melbourne Dermatology Hyperpigmentation Treatment

    Friday, 26 August 2011

    Melbourne Dermatology Hyperpigmentation Treatment for African Americans

    Melbourne Dermatology Hyperpigmentation Treatment for African Americans

    Friday, 26 August 2011

    Melbourne Dermatology Adult Acne Treatment

    Melbourne Dermatology Adult Acne Treatment

    Friday, 26 August 2011

    Melbourne Dermatology Acne Treatment Peel

    Melbourne Dermatology Acne Treatment Peel

    Friday, 26 August 2011

    Melbourne Dermatology Brown Upper Lip Treatment

    Melbourne Dermatology Brown Upper Lip Treatment

    Friday, 26 August 2011

    Melbourne Dermatology Sagging Skin Treatment

    Melbourne Dermatology Sagging Skin Treatment

    Friday, 26 August 2011

    Melbourne Dermatology Glycolic Acid Peel

    Melbourne Dermatology Glycolic Acid 15% Peel

    Friday, 26 August 2011

    Melbourne Dermatology Deep Wrinkles Peel

    Melbourne Dermatology Deep Wrinkles Peel

    Friday, 26 August 2011

    Melbourne Dermatology Fine Lines Treatment

    Melbourne Dermatology Fine Lines Treatment

    Friday, 26 August 2011

    Melbourne Dermatology Aging Hands Treatment

    Melbourne Dermatology Aging Hands Treatment

    Friday, 26 August 2011

    Melbourne Dermatology Stretch Marks Treatment

    Melbourne Dermatology Stretch Marks Treatment

    Friday, 26 August 2011

    Melbourne Dermatology Breast and Chest Firming Treatment

    Melbourne Dermatology Breast and Chest Firming Treatment

    Friday, 26 August 2011

    Melbourne Dermatology Dry Body Skin Peel

    Melbourne Dermatology Dry Body Skin Peel

    Friday, 26 August 2011

    Melbourne Dermatology Keratosis Pilaris Treatment

    Melbourne Dermatology Keratosis Pilaris Treatment

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