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Thursday, May 24, 2018 - 13:52
The ingredients and science behind growth factor-based topicals.By Inga HansenGrowth factor-BASED serums and creams have become ubiquitous in topical antiaging skin care. But what these different products contain can vary widely. Some products contain actual growth factors—either animal- or plant-derived—and others use so-called “signaling” ingredients, typically peptides that trigger the cells in a manner similar to naturally occurring growth factors. In all cases, the goal is to combat the changes that occur in aging skin
https://www.medestheticsmag.com/restoring-growth
Thursday, May 24, 2018 - 13:52
The ingredients and science behind growth factor-based topicals.By Inga HansenGrowth factor-BASED serums and creams have become ubiquitous in topical antiaging skin care. But what these different products contain can vary widely. Some products contain actual growth factors—either animal- or plant-derived—and others use so-called “signaling” ingredients, typically peptides that trigger the cells in a manner similar to naturally occurring growth factors. In all cases, the goal is to combat the changes that occur in aging skin
https://www.medestheticsmag.com/restoring-growth
Thursday, May 24, 2018 - 13:36
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the hyaluronic acid (HA) dermal filler Restylane Lyft (Nestlé Skin Health) for the correction of age-related volume loss in the back of the hands for patients over the age of 21. It is the first HA injectable gel to be FDA-approved for restoring fullness to the back of the hands.
https://www.medestheticsmag.com/restylane-lyft-approved-hands

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Thursday, May 24, 2018 - 13:36
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the hyaluronic acid (HA) dermal filler Restylane Lyft (Nestlé Skin Health) for the correction of age-related volume loss in the back of the hands for patients over the age of 21. It is the first HA injectable gel to be FDA-approved for restoring fullness to the back of the hands.
https://www.medestheticsmag.com/restylane-lyft-approved-hands
Thursday, May 24, 2018 - 13:32
Revance Therapeutics has established four new positions at the company as it prepares for the launch and commercialization of its daxibotulinumtoxinA injectable (RT002) for the treatment of glabellar lines.
https://www.medestheticsmag.com/revance-gears-launch-rt002-neurotoxin
Thursday, May 24, 2018 - 13:32
Revance Therapeutics has established four new positions at the company as it prepares for the launch and commercialization of its daxibotulinumtoxinA injectable (RT002) for the treatment of glabellar lines.
https://www.medestheticsmag.com/revance-gears-launch-rt002-neurotoxin

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Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - 17:07
Pending gubernatorial approval, effective January 1, 2021, oxybenzone and octinoxate—ingredients found in over 3,500 sunscreens—will be banned in the state of Hawaii. The bill, which is the first of its kind in the U.S. and globally, seeks to protect disappearing coral reefs from the chemicals often found in sunscreen that wash off of skin into the ocean. The bill is now awaiting a signature from Hawaii’s governor, David Ige.
https://www.beautystorebusiness.com/hawaii-ban-chemical-sunscreens-coral-reef-protection
Friday, May 11, 2018 - 15:39
The store will make it easier for consumers to spot over 2,000 clean and natural beauty products, which be labeled with a "Clean at Sephora" sticker.Sephora is getting a clean beauty makeover with the expansion of Clean at Sephora, which will advocate efficaciousness and transparency of ingredients. The campaign will launch on June 1, aimed at making it easier for consumers to buy items free from mineral oils, phthalates, SLS, SLES, parabens retinylpalmitate, oxybenzone, coal tar, hydroquinone, triclosan, triclocarban and formaldehyde.
https://www.beautystorebusiness.com/sephora-will-launch-clean-beauty-campaign-june
Thursday, May 10, 2018 - 13:00
Aesthetic physicians rightly focus on delivering optimal outcomes, but consistently good cosmetic results may not be enough to maintain positive online reviews. A special topic paper in the May 2018 issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery revealed that nearly 40 percent of negative online reviews were written by people who did not undergo a procedure.
https://www.medestheticsmag.com/close-half-negative-reviews-not-related-outcomes

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