This heating technique is designed to stimulate collagen growth, focusing on areas of skin that are showing signs of age. LIPSG physician assistants note that, since the patient’s natural collagen is growing and replenishing the skin, wrinkles and areas of inelastic skin can ultimately become smoother and tighter, with results that should continue to improve over the next few months. As an added benefit, the Long Island Plastic Surgical Group highlights that, unlike more aggressive surgical alternatives, Ultherapy has virtually no recovery period and may allow patients to return to their normal activities the same day as their procedure. “Ulthera will not affect your summer plans. There is zero downtime [and no] post-treatment restrictions.
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Shiseido To Sell Skin Care Brands to L’Oréal
“I was getting jealous,” Melanie Mayron admitted in a recent interview in her California kitchen, a collection of her products spread on the table and the home page for http://www.mayronsgoods.com on her laptop screen. She also was trying to get pregnant; her son and daughter are now 15. She told her father – whose work at Wyeth (now part of Pfizer Inc.) included a patent on delayed-release tablets and, at what is now GlaxoSmithKline, development of the antiulcer drug Tagamet – that she would like to develop a natural and organic diaper cream. Baby Goods Barrier & Diaper Cream, paraben-free and fortified with vitamins and essential oils, hit the market in 2009 at $11.95 for a two-ounce tube. Sales that year totaled $6,000. The Baby Goods line now includes body wash, hydrating body milk, body oil, and “chapstuff” for cheeks and lips.
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Star turns skin-care entrepreneur
2 player in the global professional skin care market, which includes beauty salons, spas and salons. This project presents a tremendous opportunity for our division, which will thus make a major move in this strategic market for professional beauty very complementary circuit the hairstyle, said An Verhulst-Santos, general manager of the Professional Products Division of LOreal, in a statement. Decleor and Carita are two fine brands that occupy a place in the salons, particularly in Western Europe. Development prospects, especially internationally, are very promising. Both Carita International S.A. and Laboratories Decleor S.A.S.
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