By Neil S. Sadick, Mary Lupo, Diane S. Berson, Zoe Diana Draelos
Cosmeceuticals are skin-care items that fall among a beauty and a pharmaceutical; that's, they've got lively components that counter epidermis getting older and advertise dermis rejuvenation. As such, they're a useful adjunct to the beauty dermatologist or plastic health practitioner acting minimally invasive aesthetic systems. lots of those items were constructed in Europe and are just now being brought to the us, so this consultant from professional practitioners explains how most sensible to combine the opportunity of cosmeceutical items into the simplest foreign scientific perform.
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Extra info for Cosmeceutical Science in Clinical Practice (Series in Cosmetic and Laser Therapy)
This delivery system was discovered in by AD Bangham who reported his work in the 1965 Journal of Molecular Biology. His discovery was based on the observation that phospholipids could be dispersed in an aqueous solution to spontaneously form hollow vesicles, known as liposomes. Liposomes are based on the natural structure of the cell membrane, which has been highly conserved through evolutionary change. The name is derived from the Greek word “lipid” meaning fat and “soma” meaning body. Liposomes are primarily formed from phospholipids, such as phosphatidylcholine, but may also be composed of surfactants, such as dioleoylphosphatidylethanolamine.
1 Increase in Grenz-zone thickness indicating increased production of collagen after treatment with TNS Recovery Complex: (A) histology baseline; (B) histology after 60 days. 2 Examples of clinical effects observed after twice-daily use of TNS Recovery Complex: baseline appearance and after six months (A, B) Subject 1, women age 59; (C, D) Subject 2, women age 59; (E, F) Subject 3, women age 52; (G, H) Subject 4, women age 51. cytokinins are products of oxidative metabolism of the cell. Kinetin is formed in the nucleus by reaction of hydroxyl free radicals with DNA, whereas reaction of hydroxyl radical with RNA results in the formation of zeatin, another cytokinin used in cosmeceutical products.
In: Gottscha TE, Bailey JE, eds. International Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary and Handbook. Washington, DC: CFTA, 2008: 1170–4. 16. Mehta RC, Smith SR, Grove GL, et al. Reduction in facial photodamage by a topical growth factor product. J Drugs Dermatol 2008; 7: 864–71. 17. Draelos ZD. Exploring the pitfalls in clinical cosmeceutical research. Cosmet Dermatol 2007; 20: 556–8. 18. Gold MH, Goldman MP, Biron J. Human growth factor and cytokine skin cream for facial skin rejuvenation as assessed by 3D in vivo optical skin imaging.
Cosmeceutical Science in Clinical Practice (Series in Cosmetic and Laser Therapy) by Neil S. Sadick, Mary Lupo, Diane S. Berson, Zoe Diana Draelos