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Derm News: 2006(15)


Efficacy and Tolerability of Kinetin 0.1% Cream for Improving the Signs of Photoaging in Facial and Neck Skin

Bruce E. Katz, MD; Michael C. Bruck, MD

Eighteen subjects with mild to moderate photodamage were enrolled in a study to evaluate the efficacy and tolerability of a moisturizing cream containing kinetin 0.1%. When combined with sunscreen, kinetin 0.1% appears to improve the appearance of photodamaged skin without the adverse effects associated with use of other antiaging products.

Reshaping the Nose With Injectable Agents

Kenneth Beer, MD; Nowell Solish, MD, FRCP

Although rhinoplasty is a popular cosmetic procedure, it is possible to reposition and reshape the nose without invasive surgery. Improvement in the nose's appearance can also be achieved through injections with botulinum toxin type A and fillers.

Aesthetic Mesotherapy: The US Approach and Contribution

Abdala Kalil, MD

The popularity of mesotherapy continues to grow because of its success as an effective, noninvasive cosmetic procedure. This article reviews the uses of mesotherapy and discusses techniques for treatment of cellulite, aging skin, and hair loss.

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The Derm News service provided by the Editorial Consultants of Skin Therapy Letter© and its founding editor Dr. Stuart Maddin.