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New mesotherapy R&D lab

Intropharma opens a new Mesotherapy R&D laboratory at Scientific Park of Salamanca, Newsletter, take a look.

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The anti-wrinkle efficacy of Argireline

Visit our Catalogue Argireline, a synthetic peptide, which is patterned from the N-terminal end of the protein SNAP-25, can both reduce the degree of existing facial wrinkles and demonstrate effectively against their development. In our past studies, we found out that Argireline had a signifi cant anti-wrinkle effect in Chinese subjects and that it was […]

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antiwrinkle argireline

Anti-wrinke efficacy Argireline

Visit our Catalogue Argireline, a synthetic peptide, which is patterned from the N-terminal end of the protein SNAP-25, can both reduce the degree of existing facial wrinkles and demonstrate effectively against their development. In our past studies, we found out that Argireline had a signifi cant anti-wrinkle effect in Chinese subjects and that it was […]

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virtual mesotherapy products

Mesotherapy,what is new?

New Mesotherapy “Mesotherapy” is a non-surgical, minimally invasive method of drug delivery that consists of multiple intradermal or subcutaneous injections of a mixture of compounds “melange” in minute doses.[1] Plant extracts, homeopathic agents, pharmaceuticals, vitamins and other bioactive substances can be used, but alcohol- or oil-based   substances should not be used for mesotherapy because of […]

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Glutathione depigmenting agent

Visit Our Catalogue Glutathione is an ubiquitous compound found in our bodies. Aside from its many ascribed biologic functions, it has also been implicated in skin lightening. We review in vitro and in vivo studies thatshow evidence of its involvement in the melanogenic pathway and shed light on the its anti-melanogenic effect. Proposed mechanisms of […]

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Hair loss mesotherapy treatment

Hair Loss mesotherapy

Our Development Mesotherapy is a minimally invasive technique that consists of the intradermal injection of variable mixtures of natural plant extracts, homeopathic agents, pharmaceuticals, vitamins, enzymes, hormones and other bioactive substances in microscopic quantities. Mesotherapy was first described by Frenchman Dr. Michel Pistor in 1952. He first administered procaine intravenously to treat an asthmatic patient […]

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Skin rejuvenation

Can Platelet-rich Plasma Be Used for Skin Rejuvenation? Evaluation of Effects of Platelet-rich Plasma on Human Dermal Fibroblast Dae Hun Kim, M.D., Young Jin Je, M.S., Chang Deok Kim, Ph.D., Young Ho Lee, M.D.1, Young Joon Seo, M.D., Jeung Hoon Lee, M.D., Young Lee, M.D. Departments of Dermatology and 1Anatomy, College of Medicine, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, […]

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Mesotherapy

Bioactive reagents used in mesotherapy for skin rejuvenation in vivo induce diverse physiological processes in human skin fibroblasts in vitro – a pilot study Abstract: The promise of mesotherapy is maintenance and ⁄ or recovery of a youthful skin with a firm, bright and moisturized texture. Currently applied medications employ microinjections of hyaluronic acid, vitamins, […]

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Hyaluronic acid gel

A new highly viscoelastic hyaluronic acid gel: rheological properties, biocompatibility and clinical investigation in esthetic and restorative surgery Nowadays there is an increased demand for safe and effective volume enhancing fillers to achieve soft tissue augmentation in order to overcome tissue defects and aging-associated skin changes. In the present study we characterized the rheological and […]

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