Research Presented at the Annual European Society of Dermatological Science Meeting

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Research Presented at the Annual European Society of Dermatological Science Meeting

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Nu Skin prides itself on conducting and presenting innovative scientific research. Jan Lephart and Dr. Helen Knaggs recently exhibited two scientific posters at the 42nd Annual European Society for Dermatological Research Meeting in Venice, Italy.

 

Highlights of the findings presented on the posters:

One of the posters presented detailed research that further contributes to Nu Skin’s anti-aging science. The study looked at the in vitro effects of two different plant extracts on genes related to the integrity of skin structure. Results showed the expression of genes associated with the protection and maintenance of skin structure were stimulated, while those associated with degradation of skin structure were reduced.  Based on these results, researchers concluded that certain extracts may be able to help protect and maintain the integrity and structure of skin.

 

A second poster presented research conducted on micro-current skin treatments compared to topical retinol for cellulitic skin.  In a double blind-study, a commonly used topical formula containing retinol was compared for 12 weeks to two micro-current skin care regimens. Both micro-current treatments outperformed the retinol product.


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