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Saturday, 2 May 2009

Scarguard

Scarguard

Scarguard

Scarguard and Scarlight are extremely effective and easy-to-use treatments for scars.

Monday, 20 July 2009

Striae Stretch Mark Cream

Striae Stretch Mark Cream

Striae Stretch Mark Creme reduces the appearance of unsightly stretch marks in 4-6 weeks.

Monday, 9 March 2009

South Beach RDA

South Beach RDA

Monday, 9 March 2009

Solbar

Solbar

Wednesday, 11 March 2009

SesDerma

SesDerma

Sesderma laboratories was created in 1989 by a group of professionals who wanted to provide their patients specific treatments for the different skin pathologies they suffered. Dr. Gabriel Serrano, Sesderma’s founder leads the company.

From the very beginning Sesderma’s mission was to create high quality products to meet innovation needs in dermatology. Two decades ago we were pioneers in the launch of products containing alpha- and beta-hydroxy acids (e.g., Acglicolic or SaliSeS). At present, these products -reformulated and enriched with active ingredients- are still state-of-the-art products in dermatology.

Other dermatological treatments for alleviating conditions such as vitiligo, seborrheic dermatitis, atopies, etc., were also developed, as well as aesthetic products for face and body anti-aging, wrinkle filling, reaffirming…

Intense research is carried out in Sesderma laboratories, under rigorous standards of quality; as a result, novel products -of proven efficacy- are continuously being developed for the growing dermatology market.

FILLDERMA is one of the latest and most revolutionary launches; a new concept in anti-aging skincare; the first topical system to fill and diminish the depth of the wrinkles, expression lines, furrows, and other skin imperfections thanks to its double and potent action.

Currently, we help more than 6,000 dermatologists and specialists in aesthetic medicine, 4,000 drug stores that attend 60,000 patients, and provide advice to over 40,000 clients. To achieve this we rely on more than three hundred high quality products; the richness and specificity of the active ingredients in our products ensures their quality, satisfying the demanding needs of the prescribers and advisers, as well as of consumers.

Monday, 9 March 2009

Sea & Ski

Sea & Ski

Monday, 30 July 2007

Sovage

Sovage

Wednesday, 11 March 2009

SunSpot

SunSpot

Treatment for hyperpigmentation.

Friday, 14 September 2007

St. Tropez

St. Tropez

Monday, 8 October 2007

Suki

Suki

Suki Kramer, founder of Suki pure skin care, loves high-end personal care products. She loves using them and treating herself well with them. The problem for her has always been that she could not use most products because of her sensitive complexion and allergenic system. The majority of products she tried either did nothing or worsened her condition.

So, she started her skin care company out of her own needs for high quality treatments that didn't upset her personally. She wanted something that actually made an impact, a difference; a line of sophisticated products that were sensual, aromatic, and completely clean.

Frustrated with the lack of 100% natural products and 100% honest information, she was motivated not only to bring something totally different to market, but to inform her peers as well. The result is this ever-expanding line of pure, holistic, effective and gentle formulas made for all skin conditions but with sensitive types like Sukis in mind.

She continues to develop solutions that combine the best botanical remedies with scientific innovation, leaving out all synthetics.

Sunday, 8 March 2009

Stiefel

Stiefel

Friday, 14 September 2007

Sundari

Sundari

Thursday, 20 March 2008

Seresis

Seresis

Seresis® is an optimal dietary supplement containing antioxidants such as vitamins C and E, beta-carotene, selenium yeast and two standardised extracts: LE1005 from tomatoes and VV101 from grape seeds.

Seresis® helps maintain a good level of vitamins and antioxidants in the whole body and is thus intended to help preventing or delaying cell damages deriving from free-radical formation.

It offers a valid protection from environmental stress, thereby helping to prevent premature ageing and to preserve a radiant skin.

Wednesday, 21 February 2007

Spazio Uomo

Spazio Uomo

Spazio Uomo

Spazio Uomo

Spazio Uomo is a winning mix of products and treatments studied for men’s skin and character.

An area exclusively for men, by not only a place; it is also time: a break and relaxing moment to restore energy, strength and vitality.

A new line of products strictly designed for men’s skin: cosmetic treatment products that are technologically state-of-the-art, that guarantee effective and visible results. Perfect for revitalizing the complexion, diminishing daily signs of tiredness and fatigue providing protection from external aggressions to restore radiance and vitality. The texture is pleasing and the product absorbs rapidly.

Saturday, 17 November 2012

Strivectin

7/6/09 — Alyria Intense Wrinkle Correction/Strivectin SD Comparison.

10/7/08 — ASA Rules Against Amatokin by Strivectin's Basic Research.


Strivectin is an ordinary and potentially irritating basic moisturizer composed primarily of the emollients sesame oil and alkyl benzoate, and devoid of any ingredients which could justify its relatively high cost.

It is neither a treatment for stretch marks, nor potentially better than Botox.

Its main ingredient of note, promoted as the reason for its effectiveness, is a peptide too large to penetrate the skin and affect the dermis, where stretch marks and wrinkles are formed.

Additionally,

  • the peptide is found in a variety of other skin care products;
  • the Strivectin formula does not equate with the referenced medical study "Relevance of antiwrinkle treatment of a peptide", which Procter and Gamble produced for Olay Regenerist;
  • despite claims of superiority as a comprehensive replacement for a variety of cosmetic topical agents and procedures, comparatively, peptides produce inferior outcomes;
  • Strivectiin's marketing materials are replete with illogical and illegal statements, quackery and bare-faced lies.
  • Strivectin's makers produce an array of other similarly misleading and sometimes dangerous products for skin, weight loss and pain relief, such as Hylexin, Amatokin and Idebenol, which have fostered FDA warnings [1][2][3], criminal prosecutions and legal actions.

Strivectin has no notable or verifiable anti-aging or repairing properties for wrinkles or stretch marks, only a rudimentary, therapeutically incomplete cosmetic moisturizing effect.

The moisturizing effect may serve to temporarily soften the appearance of wrinkles or stretch marks, but without permanency, and at the lowest levels of efficiency.

More than any other skin care product in recent time, Strivectin capitalizes on naïve or bullheaded individuals concerned with aging but unable or unwilling to exercise sound judgement.

Although said individuals may enjoy using, hyping and reviewing skin care such as Strivectin, it is at the expense of their skin's health, appearance and, arguably, female autonomy.


More on Strivectin

Back in 1985, the Consumer Protection Division's Law Department of the United States Postal Service instigated the successful prosecution of one of Strivectin's marketers (Mitchell Friedlander) and his brother (Harris Friedlander) for mail fraud in several matters involving purported weight loss products.

More than 20 years later, Klein-Becker continue to market problematic and even dangerous weight loss supplements along with desperately misleading cosmetics.

Klein-Becker's Strivectin SD Stretch Mark product turned wonder wrinkle cream (slogan: "Better Than Botox?") is probably their best known, now also available in risible "dermal-epidermal junction" heating serum, hand cream and "nano scrub" guises.

It's worth knowing that Bremmen Research Lab's "Hylexin" and "Lumedia", Anorex, Zantrex, Zoller, Retiva, Dermalin, Relacore and Sovage Lip Plumper and more flow from the same commercial sewer.

Another product, Trivestin, sold under the Covaxil Laboratories label, claims to be twice as effective as the proven arthritis drug Celebrex.

Pedialean is another potentially dangerous disgrace, claiming to be specially developed for the weight loss needs of children (but aimed at image-conscious parents):

"As difficult as being overweight is for your child, parents are an equal victim. Why? Because nobody blames a child for being overweight, they blame you, the parent." (Source: Pedialean advertisement).

Sovage Idebenol Facial Antioxidant Cream, another "best-seller", is worth a special mention.

Guaranteed 100% free of the antioxidant idebenone, it contains "idebenol" instead. Idebenone isn't something you'd want to avoid putting on your skin, and idebenol isn't proven in any respectable regard, but it does at least sound like idebenone.

With hype and confusion profits ensue.

Strivectin's "Better Than Botox?" catch-cry tells a similar story. If we're reasonable this question doesn't warrant posing in the first place. Still enough consumers have their heads firmly planted in the sand for this nonsense to work. Judging by Strivectin's sales data, the gullible are not in short supply!

Perhaps as an exercise in stating the obvious, an independent study found that Strivectin isn't as effective at reducing wrinkles as the proven injected drug it panders to at the public's expense.

The makers of Botox (Allergan) attempted to sue the makers of Strivectin for their use of their trademark in their slogan "better than Botox?" but lost on grounds of it being a question rather than a statement.

But when company PDK compared their product to Zantrex, Klein-Becker rushed to court.

James E. Magleby, attorney for Strivectin, has stated that "efforts to confuse the public" by comparing a newer product to an established one is "unfair, false and misleading" and irreparably damaging to the makers of said established products.

Yet Strivectin clearly have no internal issue with comparing their own product not just to cosmetics, but drugs. Where their arthritis pain relief product is concerned, they aren't even shy about claiming it's twice as effective as Celebrex.

Strivectin's makers never seems to be out of criminal and civil courts, answering to government bodies, other companies, or alternately leading ironic legal actions against competitors (verbal abuse isn't out of the question either).

The pages linked below summarize some key issues surrounding Klein-Becker's Strivectin-SD stretch mark product — there are plenty more to consider than what's accrued in the list here, but one need not probe too deeply to get the gist.

Cosmetic manufacturers have often marketed their products boldly but Klein-Becker's Strivectin SD et al. redefine snake oil.

Don't get stung — there is no lasting quick fix for most aesthetic complaints and skin conditions, least of all stretch marks (indeed most are beyond reasonable treatment). Avoid Strivectin and the retailers who hawk such wares — they do not have your interests at heart.

Additional information for use at users' sole discretion: An organization is currently seeking parties to take part in a class action lawsuit against Strivectin-SD's makers.

Wednesday, 21 February 2007

Sinus

Sinus

Sinus

Sinus Professional is a complete beauty approach to caring for breasts. A complete treatment that, thanks to the effectiveness of active ingredients specifically selected for products and specific massage action, is ideal for:

  • women who wish to reshape the breast restoring a younger look;
  • for women who are going through delicate moments in their life — diet, pregnancy, menopause — which stress the skin and cause a relaxation of tissues.

To maintain the effects of beauty center treatments, Sinus Professional offers as well a line for daily self-care: pleasing products, easy to apply but extraordinarily rich and effective to control, on a daily basis, the tone and firmness of breasts, as an expression of beauty.

Friday, 14 September 2007

Skin Source

Skin Source

Friday, 14 September 2007

Skin Tx

Skin Tx

Tuesday, 25 August 2009

Skin Tx Skin Treatment System

Skin Tx Skin Treatment System

The SkinTx represents a new generation in skin restoration. This daily skin care system from Vivier Canada is effective, easy to use and flexible to meet your skin care needs. SkinTX uses the gold standards in skin rejuvenation:

SkinTx is indicated for all skin types. It is indicated for :

  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Acne
  • Smoothing skin texture and tone.

Each ingredient in the system has been selected for its individual as well as its synergistic activity. As a result, the key cell types are regulated and angiogenensis is stimulated. In fact, product penetration, potency, skin type and tolerability levels, which must work in harmony for efficacy, are all coordinated in the SkinTx .

Sunday, 11 July 2010

SkinMedica

SkinMedica

SkinMedica

SkinMedica's aesthetic skincare products were developed by dermatologist Dr. Richard Fitzpatrick, touted as the "physician who most influenced beauty" in the United States.

These products are the outcome of over a decade of research and clinical use, with elegant formulations that are easy to use and beneficial for a variety of skin types.

The most popular SkinMedica skin care products are SkinMedica TNS Recovery Complex, SkinMedica TNS Essential Serum, SkinMedica TNS Night Eye Repair and SkinMedica Dermal Repair Cream.

Tuesday, 28 July 2009

Skinceuticals

Skinceuticals

Skinceuticals

Wednesday, 21 February 2007

Slim Form

Slim Form

Slim Form

Slim Form is a simple and innovative method for women and men that is applied exclusively by Slim Form Centers. The method enables you to find and maintain your ideal physical shape. In a simple, fast and safe manner you can:

  • trim your figure, encouraging loss of excess weight;
  • shape critical areas, reducing extra centimeters;
  • tone muscles;
  • improve your general sense of well-being and energy levels.

The Slim Form method uses:

  • state-of-the-art technologies (infrared energy, aerobic activities, biostimulation, pressotherapy)
  • specific products for treatment in beauty centers, in single use sachets;
  • products for home use, to build upon beauty center treatments;
  • advice and recommendations studied in cooperation with renowned experts to keep to the basic guidelines for a healthy and balanced diet.

Wednesday, 21 February 2007

Solarium

Solarium

Solarium

Created from lengthy experience in professional treatments, Solarium offers a broad range of solar products equipped with state-of-the-art filtering systems able to guarantee safe, effective and targeted protection based on the different needs of the epidermis.

With a soft, pleasing and light texture, these are true and proper beauty treatments enriched with select ingredients that have moisturizing, nourishing and anti-age properties giving skin a silky and soft feel and, at the same time, an extraordinarily uniform, natural and luminous tan.

Four differentiated product lines have been studied specifically to satisfy every particular tanning and protection need.

Classic: Protection made to measure for every skin type

A broad range of specifically formulated products with exceptionally effective filters combined with active ingredients that are highly restorative and nourishing. Products actively repair the epidermis, intensively moisturize the skin, prevent the formation of wrinkles and guarantee you a perfect and luminous tan.

Sensitive: Safe protection for sensitive skin

Products guarantee the highest level of protection for fair skin and sensitive areas like around the eyes and lips. Ideal as well for reactive and intolerant skin, for delicate skin like that of children, for impure skin or skin subject to hyperpigmentation problems. It leaves the skin velvety and elastic, giving it a soft, gradual and radiant tan.

Ultrabronze: An intense and natural tan

Supertanning products designed for skin that is already accustomed to the sun, that accelerate the natural tanning process, intensify the tan and make it last longer.

Part of the Ultrabronze line, the self-tanning products provide a natural, golden and uniform color in just a few hours guaranteeing exceptionally soft skin.

Self-tan: The best of tanning even without the sun

The line of self-tanning products optimally create, extend or intensify a tan. Products are a perfect synthesis of active moisturizers, antioxidants and soothing agents that are boosted by an advanced self-tanning complex. Products’ rapid absorption and simplified application are guaranteed by an extremely soft and ultralight texture.

Solarium also includes a broad range of technological state-of-the-art, solar technology capable of providing an intense and radiant tan in only a few minutes, 365 days a year, in complete safety.

Friday, 14 September 2007

Sothys

Sothys

Thursday, 23 August 2007

Swiss Perfection

Swiss Perfection

Thursday, 20 March 2008

Shisheido

Shisheido

The Shisheido company owns the Decleor trademark.

Thursday, 11 October 2007

Skin Biology by Loren Pickart

Skin Biology by Loren Pickart

Skin Biology is on a quest to renew and rebuild your skin, to turn back the clock on skin aging.

The key is to tap into skin renewal: the first explanation for how the skin repairs itself.

Dr. Loren Pickart, the biochemist who originated this ground-breaking theory, is famous for his discovery of skin remodeling copper peptides which are integral to the cycle of skin renewal.

Dr. Pickart designs our products based on his scientific inventions in biochemistry and cell biology rather than on hocus bogus science that promises hyped hope in a jar.

Skin Biology's mission is to develop safe and effective products that activate your skin's natural renewal systems.

Skin Biology products assist to remove the effects of aging and damage by restoring skin and hair to a younger and healthier condition.

Dr. Pickart has spent over 40 years developing methods to repair and regenerate various tissues of the body.

Dr. Pickart's inventions have been confirmed by independent, published studies from over 40 universities and research centers.

Friday, 14 September 2007

Supersmile

Supersmile

Saturday, 13 June 2009

Solenne

Solenne

Monday, 11 May 2009

Sjal

Sjal

Monday, 11 May 2009

Skyn

Skyn

Monday, 11 May 2009

Skyn Iceland

Skyn Iceland

Monday, 11 May 2009

Sophyto

Sophyto

Monday, 11 May 2009

Stem Organics

Stem Organics

Monday, 11 May 2009

Susan Posnick

Susan Posnick

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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