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JAAD Lit Review Explores Data Behind Cosmeceutical Vitamin Claims

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Though a strong body of evidence supports the notion that topical vitamins can help prevent and treat photo-aging of skin, a literature review published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology warns dermatologists of some gaps that exist in the data

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Marketing In Brief

Navajo Skin Care: Austin, Texas-based brand introduces Expression Line Lotion, "an alternative to painful [anti-wrinkle] injections," formulated with hydrolyzed Hibiscus esculentus - an "oligopeptide of vegetable origin for a genuine inhibition of muscle cell contraction" - melon extract, milk protein, vitamin K and "super anti-oxidant" ferulic acid, according to Feb. 24 release. "Our goal is to capture the spirit of the Navajo philosophy Hozho, meaning 'Walking in Beauty,'" says Navajo Skin Care Founder Fermin Navar. "The Expression [product] brings a unique harmony of science and nature to combat cellular aging." Dr. Patricia Nez Henderson, a physician of licenser Navajo Nation, agrees: "The natural ingredients found in Navajo Skin Care products truly nurture the skin so that there is balance," she says. Expression Line Lotion(1 oz.) is available on brand's Web site in Natural, Fresh Citrus, Light Lavender and Geranium Rose varieties for $29.99

Market In Brief

Galderma: New Cetaphil UVA/UVB Defense SPF 50 "is fragrance-free, non-irritating and non-comedogenic, so it won't clog pores, making it a suitable choice for those with acne, rosacea or melasma and other skin-related conditions where a hydrating formula with SPF protection is recommended," cosmeceutical firm says. Product, which flaunts the Skin Cancer Foundation Seal of Recommendation, is formulated with an "optimum blend" of four UV filters and micronized titanium dioxide for broad-spectrum protection. It retails for $13.99 for 1.7 oz. at major retail, grocery and drug stores nationwide, according to Galderma, which was launched in 1981 as a joint venture between Nestle and L'Oreal

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