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Prevage MD

Prevage MD

Prevage MD Prevage MD

A product of Allergan, Prevage MD is a powerful antioxidant designed to prevent and reduce the appearance of aging.

Prevage MD is one of the best antioxidants available and arguably the most elegant to use and wear.

Several studies prove its efficacy in preventing photodamage and the loss of collagen and elastin.

Prevage MD Benefits

Note: To order Prevage MD, you must either be a patient or customer with a skincare history documented with Melbourne Dermatology. This product is only supplied where we deem use to be appropriate. There are no exceptions to these terms of ordering. To order, please contact reception.

Wednesday, 5 August 2009

Prevage MD (1% Idebenone) Antioxidant Product

Prevage MD (1% Idebenone) Antioxidant Product

Prevage MD Anti-Aging Treatment by Allergan is an innovative new antioxidant-powered, anti-aging treatment formulated by dermatologists and leading cosmetic researchers.

Prevage MD contains the antioxidant 1% idebenone (hydroxydecyl ubiquinone) in addition to green tea, and the moisturizers cyclopentasiloxane, dimethicone, glycerin, sodium PCA, sodium hyaluronate and urea.

Designed for long term use and long-lasting results, Prevage MD prevents and helps repair sun damaged skin.

Suitable for use with other antioxidants, moisturizers, sunscreens, makeup and retinoids.

Prevage MD is oil free.

Prevage MD contains 1% idebenone (the highest percentage available), superior to Co-Enzyme Q10 and distinct from "Prevage" by Elizabeth Arden and "Idebenone Superceutical" by Priori.

Note: To order Prevage MD, you must either be a patient or customer with a skincare history documented with Melbourne Dermatology. This product is only supplied where we deem use to be appropriate. There are no exceptions to these terms of ordering. To order, please contact reception.

Tuesday, 23 August 2011

How Does Prevage MD Work to Prevent Aging?

Mitochondria are structures located inside cells.

They produce energy necessary for cell functioning through an oxygen-dependent process named “cellular respiration.”

During cellular respiration, some toxic forms of oxygen, most commonly known as (oxygen) free radicals are produced.

These free radicals must be neutralised by other substances to the serious cell damage accompanying the appearance of skin aging and skin cancer.

The high concentration of deep-penetrating idebenone in Prevage MD acts as an "antioxidant" to neutralise these toxic forms of oxygen, consequently preventing cellular damage.

Most impressively, Prevage MD appears to target signs of aging other than photodamage.

Usually well tolerated, we combine Prevage MD with other topical and systemic antioxidants, sunscreens, retinoids and other agents in protocol suited to individual patient skin characteristics.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Original Prevage Antioxidant Cream (Discontinued)

Formulated with Idebenone, this rich creamy treatment protects skin from environmental factors known to cause aging.

The unique water-oil-water formulation allows the slow release of idebenone into skin for enhanced protection.

A cream that also smoothes rough, dry skin, and evens skin tone to provide a more youthful appearance.

Note: this product tended to cause acne in individuals with sensitive and oily skin and has been replaced with "Prevage MD" which is oil-free, non-comedogenic and suitable for all skin types.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Prevage MD Before and After Case #1

A 55-year-old woman with fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes as well as uneven skin tone.

Prevage MD Before and After Case #1

This photograph shows the results achieved in a 6-week study using the previous formulation of idebenone 1%.

Reduced appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and a more even skin tone were noted at the completion of the study.

Photographic results of a study utilizing the new formulation of idebenone 1% ("Prevage MD 1%") are not yet available.

Photographs are completely unretouched.

Results may vary.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Prevage MD Before and After Case #2

A 35-year-old woman with uneven skin tone, brown patches, freckling, and scaling on the cheeks.

Prevage MD Before and After Case #2

This photograph shows the results achieved in a 6-week study using the previous formulation of idebenone 1%.

A more even skin tone, and less freckling, scaling, and dryness were noted at the completion of the study.

Photographic results of a study utilizing the new formulation of idebenone 1% ("Prevage MD") are not yet available.

Photographs are completely unretouched.

Results may vary.

Sunday, 11 October 2009

Additional Prevage MD Information

"PREVAGE MD anti-aging treatment, an innovative cosmetic by Allergan, represents the next generation of topical antioxidants and contains 1% idebenone, a revolutionary, potent, and effective antioxidant. This formula is available though doctors, dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons.

Idebenone, the active ingredient in PREVAGE MD, is the first clinically tested and proven topical antioxidant that both corrects and protects the skin. PREVAGE MD anti-aging treatment, with one percent idebenone, reduces the appearance of uneven skin tone, fine lines and wrinkles.

Idebenone is the most potent and effective topical antioxidant compound when compared to other commonly known antioxidants. Idebenone was found to be more effective than other antioxidants, including: kinetin, coenzyme Q10, lipoic acid, vitamin C, and vitamin E.

In a recent clinical trial with 17 participants, patients found that PREVAGE MD reduced the signs of skin aging in just four weeks. Seventy-two percent of patients reported a reduction in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and 78 percent reported an improvement in skin softness and smoothness.

After eight weeks of product use, the following were observed:

  • 86 percent reduction in skin roughness and dryness;
  • 75 percent increase in skin firmness; and,
  • 59 percent improvement in overall appearance.

PREVAGE MD anti-aging treatment helps protect the skin from oxidative stress induced by environmental stressors known to cause skin aging, including:

2004 AAD Poster Exhibt: Antioxidants Compared in a New Protocol to Measure Protective Capacity against Oxidative Stress, Part II; DiNardo, J. Lewis, J. Neudecker, B. Dimitar, B. Wieland, E. Maibach, H.

Six Week Clinical Evalution of Prevage For the Treatment of PhotoAging; J.C. DiNardo

2005 Allergan data on file.

To protect skin from UV radiation, a combination of idebenone and sunscreen (SPF15 or greater) is recommended. "

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Prevage MD Patient Information (PDF)

Prevage MD Patient Information (PDF)

Tuesday, 25 August 2009

Prevage MD Instructions for Use

After cleansing, push the pump down once or twice to dispense a pea-size amount and massage into face and neck before moisturizer and/or sunscreens 1-2 times daily, or as directed by your doctor.

See insert for complete usage directions.

Also see optimizing results from Prevage MD, skin reactions to Prevage MD and Prevage MD and skin sensitivity.

If using multiple topical agents, see FAQ: Can I use Prevage MD in combination with other products?

Monday, 3 August 2009

Prevage MD Ingredients

Water, Cyclopentasiloxane, Dimethicone/Vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Pentylene Glycol, PEG-8, Glycerin, Phospholipids, Isopropyl Lauroyl Sarcosinate, Algae Extract, Ammonium Acryloyldimethyl Taurate/VP Copolymer, Hydroxydecyl Ubiquinone, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Sodium Hyaluronate, PPG-2 Isoceteth-20 Acetate, Propylene Glycol, Sodium PCA, Trehalose, Urea, Polyphosphoryl Choline Glycol Acrylate, Deoxyarbutin, Ammonium Acryloyldimethyltaurate/beheneth-25 Methacrylate Crosspolymer, Caprylyl/capryl Glucoside, Sodium Acrylate/acryloyldimethyl Taurate Copolymer, Polyquaternium-51, Polyisobutene, Butylene Glycol, Sodium Hydroxide, Dimethylmethoxy Chromaniol, Mica, Benzoic Acid, Methylparaben, Phenoxyethanol, Propylparaben, Sorbic Acid, Chlorphenesin, Red 4, Titanium Dioxide.

Thursday, 16 July 2009

Optimizing Results from Prevage MD

For best results, start low and go slow:

  • Start with a Skin Patch Test behind ear or on forearm, near the inside of your elbow;
  • One pea-size amount covers the entire face and neck;
  • Week 1: once a day every other day;
  • Week 2: once a day every day;
  • Then build up to morning and night every day;

The recommended cosmetic sequence: cleanse, tone, apply PREVAGE® MD, moisturize, apply sunscreen, apply makeup.

PREVAGE® MD is also used with retinoids, alpha hydroxy acids, other skin care ingredients and antioxidants.

Also see skin reactions to Prevage MD.

Monday, 13 July 2009

Skin Reactions to Prevage MD

Skin reactions to PREVAGE® MD anti-aging treatment may be more likely to occur within the first several days of using the product.

For this reason, before beginning to use PREVAGE® MD on a regular basis, apply a small amount of product (less than one pump) daily for several days to a small area of skin in the area you plan to use the product.

Skin reactions to PREVAGE® MD may be more common in individuals who have recently had certain medical skin care procedures. If you have recently undergone laser resurfacing, dermabrasion, medium to deep chemical peels, or any other aggressive skin therapies, you should wait 7 to 10 days before starting to use PREVAGE® MD.

If any itching, burning, redness, or swelling occurs during this trial period, wash the product off and discontinue use.

Contact your dispensing physician to discuss your reaction and to receive a refund.

If no reactions occur, follow the Prevage MD instructions for use and supplementary directions under Optimizing Results from Prevage MD.

Also see FAQ: Can I use Prevage MD in combination with other products?

Tuesday, 25 August 2009

About Prevage MD and Skin Sensitivity

If you have normal skin sensitivity, after following the “Test usage of PREVAGE® MD” instructions and if no reactions are seen, begin using PREVAGE® MD anti-aging treatment once a day for the first week, and, if tolerated, twice a day from then on.

If any itching, burning, redness, or swelling occurs at any time while using the product, wash the product off, discontinue use, and consult your dispensing physician as needed.

Skin reactions may be more likely in individuals with very sensitive skin, eczema, or allergies to cosmetics, hair dyes (para-phenylenediamine (PPD), bleaching agents (hydroquinones), sulfa compounds, or jewelry.

Sunday, 11 October 2009

The Connection Between Oxidative Stress and Aging

The Connection Between Oxidative Stress and Aging

Oxidative stress is a major cause of skin aging.

It results from the buildup of destructive free radicals in the skin.

The source of the free radicals may be external (from the environment, such as UV light, air pollution, ozone, cigarette smoke, and even oxygen) or internal (from cell activity).

The body does produce its own antioxidants that help keep free radicals in check.

However, the level of oxidative stress in which we live is beyond what the body can handle.

Left untreated, the result of accumulated free-radical damage in the skin is accelerated aging.

The Connection Between Oxidative Stress and Aging

In skin, the signs of aging due to oxidative stress include wrinkles, uneven skin tone, and the loss of skin elasticity.

Prevage MD Reference

McDaniel DH, Neudecker BA, DiNardo JC, Lewis JA II, Maibach HI. Idebenone: a new antioxidant: Part I. A relative assessment of oxidative stress protection capacity compared to commonly known antioxidants. J Cosm Derm. 2005;4(1):10-17.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Protecting Against Free-Radical Damage in the Skin

Protecting Against Free-Radical Damage in the Skin Protecting Against Free-Radical Damage in the Skin

The effects of stressors on your skin cannot be combated with simple cleansing.

To remove free radicals, you need a topical antioxidant like PREVAGE® MD anti-aging treatment, which helps protect against skin damage by chemically trapping and neutralizing each free radical it touches.

Think of antioxidants as guardians of your skin cells, protecting them from free radicals and allowing the production of healthier cells.

Prevage MD Reference

McDaniel DH, Neudecker BA, DiNardo JC, Lewis JA II, Maibach HI. Idebenone: a new antioxidant: Part I. A relative assessment of oxidative stress protection capacity compared to commonly known antioxidants. J Cosm Derm. 2005;4(1):10-17.

Wednesday, 5 August 2009

Idebenone: The "Super Antioxidant" Molecule

Idebenone: The

Idebenone is a relatively small molecule, which allows for its deep penetration into the skin.

Idebenone embeds itself in skin membranes and then it has a double action:

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

What Idebenone 1% Does for Skin

What Idebenone 1% Does for Skin

Idebenone corrects and protects skin cells, resulting in healthier, rejuvenated skin.

In a survey among patients using PREVAGE® MD anti-aging treatment, after just 4 weeks of use:

  • 72% reported a reduction in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles;
  • 78% reported reduction in roughness and dryness;
  • 94% reported improvement in skin softness and smoothness;
  • 61% reported improvement in firmness, tightness, and elasticity;
  • 78% reported improvement in overall appearance.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

About EPF Antioxidant Measurement

EPF® stands for "Environmental Protection Factor" and is a measure of antioxidant protection.

You are probably familiar with Sun Protection Factor or SPF, a measure of sunscreen protection.

Sunscreens protect against UV radiation, but do not neutralize free radicals.

You need to use a topical antioxidant to form a skin-protective shield distinct from SPF.

For everyday protection, you need both high SPF and high EPF® on your skin.

EPF® is the measure of effectiveness of an antioxidant shield.

In a clinical comparison with other commonly used antioxidants, the 1% concentration of idebenone found in PREVAGE® MD was proven to be more effective (see Prevage MD reference below).

These other antioxidants include kinetin (found in Kinerase®), coenzyme Q10 (found in products such as Q10 Advanced Wrinkle Reducer products from Nivea®), lipoic acid (found in N.V. Perricone M.D. Cosmeceuticals®), vitamin C, and vitamin E (both found in many anti-aging products such as Skinceuticals C E Ferulic and IS Clinical C + E).

Idebenone demonstrated the highest EPF® activity of any antioxidant tested: 95 out of 100.

Idebenone is what makes PREVAGE® MD so effective.

Prevage MD Reference

McDaniel DH, Neudecker BA, DiNardo JC, Lewis JA II, Maibach HI. Idebenone: a new antioxidant: Part I. A relative assessment of oxidative stress protection capacity compared to commonly known antioxidants. J Cosm Derm. 2005;4(1):10-17.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Photoprotective Effect of Prevage MD Idebenone

In a scientific study, idebenone 1% was shown to slow up the formation of sunburn cells caused by exposure to UV radiation from the sun or tanning salon.

In a laboratory study, idebenone 1% demonstrated the ability to slow up the damage that exposure to UVB causes to keratinocytes, which are the cells that primarily make up the outermost layer of the skin (epidermis).

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

FAQ: Does Prevage MD anti-aging treatment work better than other topical antioxidants?

According to the makers of PREVAGE® MD, idebenone, found in PREVAGE® MD [1% Idebenone], is scientifically shown to be more effective than other topical antioxidants in protecting your skin against environmental stressors known to cause skin aging.

These other antioxidants include kinetin (used in Kinerase®), coenzyme Q10 (Q10 Plus Wrinkle Control products from Nivea® and other products), lipoic acid (used in N.V. Perricone M.D. Cosmeceuticals®), vitamin C, and vitamin E (both found in many anti-aging products such as Skinceuticals C E Ferulic and IS Clinical C + E).

Prevage MD Reference

McDaniel DH, Neudecker BA, DiNardo JC, Lewis JA II, Maibach HI. Idebenone: a new antioxidant: Part I. A relative assessment of oxidative stress protection capacity compared to commonly known antioxidants. J Cosm Derm. 2005;4(1):10-17.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

FAQ: What can idebenone 1% do for my skin?

Idebenone 1% anti-aging treatment helps correct the skin damage that you already have and also protects your skin from future damage.

The antioxidative power of PREVAGE® MD has been clinically shown to reduce the signs of skin aging in only 4 weeks.

In a recent survey of 18 subjects with severe to moderate photodamage:

  • 72% of subjects reported reduction in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles;
  • 78% of subjects reported reduction in roughness and dryness;
  • 78% of subjects reported improvement in skin softness and smoothness;
  • 61% of subjects reported improvement in firmness, tightness, and elasticity;
  • 67% of subjects reported improvement in overall appearance.

In addition, a majority of subjects reported an overall improvement in their skin’s healthy appearance after just 4 weeks of use.

Fine lines and wrinkles, roughness and dryness, and a lack of firmness and elasticity are generally regarded as signs of sun damage.

Further information:

Oxidative Stress and Free Radical Damage.

The Connection Between Oxidative Stress and Aging.

Prevage MD Reference

Data on file, Allergan, Inc. DiNardo JC. Four-week clinical expert grader evaluation of PREVAGE® MD (1.0% idebenone) for the treatment of photodamage. 2005.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

FAQ: Prevage vs. Prevage MD

Prevage MD contains double the concentration of idebenone found in Prevage, however is only available from doctors.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

FAQ: Prevage MD vs. Sunscreen

Even though PREVAGE® MD anti-aging treatment protects your skin against environmental stressors, it is not a substitute for sunscreen.

Always use a sunscreen with a minimum of SPF 15 providing comprehensive UVA and UVB protection every day.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

FAQ: Can I use Prevage MD in combination with other products?

Skin reactions to PREVAGE® MD anti-aging treatment may be more common in individuals who are using multiple skin care products.

If you are currently on an aggressive skin care regimen, your skin may become more sensitive to PREVAGE® MD.

In general, apply PREVAGE® MD directly after cleansing your skin and before applying any other products.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

FAQ: Prevage MD and Retinoids

If you are using retinoids or other products dispensed or prescribed by your doctor, ask about the appropriate use of these products in combination with PREVAGE® MD.

Sunday, 11 October 2009

FAQ: Prevage MD vs. Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs)

AHAs are obtained from fruits, sugar cane, and sour milk and are found in a variety of skin care products including moisturizers, cleansers, and sunscreens.

AHAs act primarily as exfoliants, helping to shed the outermost layer of the skin to make it look smoother and less wrinkled.

PREVAGE® MD anti-aging treatment works differently.

It contains idebenone, an antioxidant that scavenges harmful free radicals in the cells of your skin and protects it from damage from external environmental stressors such as UV light, air pollution, ozone, and cigarette smoke, to name a few.

PREVAGE® MD also reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, as well as skin roughness and dryness, and evens skin tone to restore youthful-looking skin.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Prevage MD Healthy Skin Tip: Follow a Healthy Diet

What you eat has an impact on how well your skin can heal itself.

Whenever possible, choose foods that are fresh and unprocessed.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Prevage MD Healthy Skin Tip: Take Vitamins

Boosting your diet with vitamins and minerals that work on your skin is an easy way to help prevent problems down the road.

Some examples include Beta Carotene, Vitamin C and E, Selenium, Zinc, and Flaxseed Oil.

Talk to your doctor or nutritionist to learn more.

Refer Nordic Naturals for additional information on supplements which can help your skin.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Prevage MD Healthy Skin Tip: Drink Enough Water

Your body loses almost three quarts of water every day.

Staying hydrated is essential for healthy skin, keeping it supple, clear, and moisturized.

Everyone should drink at least two quarts of water every day.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Prevage MD Healthy Skin Tip: Reduce Alcohol Consumption

For the same reason that water is so important for healthy skin, too much alcohol can have the opposite effect.

Alcohol dehydrates you, and depletes your vitamin and mineral levels.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Prevage MD Healthy Skin Tip: Manage Sun Exposure

While you need some sun exposure to help your body generate Vitamin D, too much can be very harmful.

Sun exposure is a top cause of every skin problem, whether it’s fine lines and wrinkles or something as serious as skin cancer.

Limit your exposure to the sun and its harmful UV rays whenever possible.

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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