• Clinical assessement of ALPHA BRIGHT SERUM vs HYDROQUINONE 2%|Études clinique comparative ALPHA BRIGHT x HYDROQUINONE 2%

    Clinical assessement of ALPHA BRIGHT SERUM vs HYDROQUINONE 2%

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    This study is an evaluation of the depigmenting efficacy of an antioxidant serum (ALPHA BRIGHT SERUM®) versus a reference treatment (Hydroquinone 2%) in 40 patients with melasma and post-inflammatory pigmentation during 6 months. This clinical trial reveals both treatments used have similar efficacy. An average severity decrease of 28% was observed in melasma and 41% severity decrease in post-inflammatory hyper-pigmentation. The best responses were...
  • Management of oxidative stress after aesthetic procedures in plastic surgery and dermatology|Régulation du stress oxydatif après les procédures esthétiques

    Management of oxidative stress after aesthetic procedures in plastic surgery and dermatology

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    The most significant factors that affect cutaneous wound healing are oxygenation, infection, age and sex hormones, stress, diabetes, obesity, medications, alcoholism, smoking, and nutrition. Oxidative stress reflects an imbalance between the systemic manifestation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and a biological system's ability to repair the resulting damage. It causes strand breaks in DNA.  In humans, oxidative stress is thought to be involved in...
  • Vitamin C - The most advanced technology to stabilize antioxidants| Vitamine C - La technologie de stabilisation d'antioxydant la plus avancée

    Vitamin C - The most advanced technology to stabilize antioxidants

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    A UNIQUE AND STABLE MOLECULAR COMBINATION of 8% L-ASCORBIC ACID, 2% PHYTIC ACID, 0.2% TANNIC ACID. L-ascorbic acid (vitamin C in its natural form) is highly unstable in contact with air and water oxygen, especially with warm temperature. Different techniques are used to stabilize it with unequal results.
  • Tannic Acid - A breakthrough antioxidant | Acide Tannique - Un antioxydant révolutionnaire

    Tannic Acid - A breakthrough antioxidant

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    Where does the tannic acid come from? Tannic acid is a polyphenol of the family of tannins. It is present in many plants, especially oak bark, yew or Tynanthus panurensis. It is found in all parts of the plant, seeds, gall, cones and woods. Tannic acid is present in high concentration in the bark and the wood of Sequoia to protect it from diseases,...
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