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Posted: June 9, 2008, from the January 2007 issue of Skin Inc. magazine.
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Donna Lope, executive vice president Diamond Systems USA, Corp.
“The hottest technology in the medical esthetic market will be topical wrinkle fillers and skin care creams that will provide the effects of fillers or Botox*, without the needles. The medical esthetic market will continue to see less invasive approaches to skin care.”
Paul Cain, PhD, CEO, BABOR Cosmetics America, Inc.
“It is difficult to accurately predict the next ‘hot’ technology for the medical esthetic market. There are several factors that need to be considered, including ingredients, treatments, carrier agents and equipment such as advanced therapeutic light technology, to name a few. Topical products that are effective and deliver visible results also play a vital role in developing the latest technology that is results-driven. Peptides are the new buzz right now. Research is continual and ongoing to discover the ultimate teaming of effective anti-aging ingredients, advanced technology and carrier agents that deliver these ingredients to the skin exactly where they are needed. The current trend is leaning toward more effective alternatives to typically invasive medical treatments in order to achieve similar results. Although new technologies will be less invasive, they will deliver more benefits to the skin.”
Research and Development Team Pevonia/Medicalia Skin Care