Dr. Stanley Jacobs Presents at the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery

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The triple board-certified facial cosmetic surgeon traveled from the Bay Area to Germany in the fall

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 4, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery's annual conference

was held this year from Sept. 12 to 15 in Regensburg, Germany. San Francisco Bay Area cosmetic surgeon Dr. Stanley Jacobs attended to present a paper to an audience made up of physicians from around the world—all working in various disciplines under the umbrella of facial plastic surgery.

Participating in the section titled "Facial Volume—Finding Perfect Harmony," moderated by Beverly Hills' Dr. William Binder, Dr. Jacobs presented "Mandelic Acid for Improvement of Facial Skin Visco-elasticity." Three other presenters also shared their papers: "Etiology of Aging: The Illusion of Volume Loss" (Connecticut and New York's Neil Gordon), "Do We Still Need Midface Lifts" (Baltimore's Dr. Theda Kontis), and "Myomodulation with HA Fillers: A Novel Concept" (Germany's Dr. Patricia Ogilvie).

Dr. Jacobs' paper was built on his own research into an alpha hydroxyl acid derived from bitter almonds. Known as "mandelic acid," the element that could be vital to the future of skincare and facial rejuvenation has deep roots in the past. Dr. Jacobs became aware of mandelic acid as an ingredient in serums to improve skin elasticity and other youthful qualities when he pored over an almost-4,000-year-old papyrus that contains, among other items, a formula for "Transforming an old man into a youth."

After further research and tests, Dr. Jacobs secured a patent for his own mandelic acid-based formula in 2016. He launched the Stanley Jacobs MD Skin Care line, which includes Dr. Jacobs' Visco-elastic Transforming Serum, Visco-elastic Transforming Crème, and Transforming Synergy Peel.

Visco-elasticity is a quality defined in part by a substance's ability to return to its original condition after being pushed or pulled out of shape. Visco-elastic skin is able to maintain a youthful smoothness despite frequent folding and wrinkling caused by muscles contracting to help form expressions on the face.

The European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery's conference encompassed five lecture halls, each filled with presenters sharing videos, delivering lectures, speaking on panels, and participating in round tables. In all, more than 150 faculty members led 350 sessions and events, including Dr. Jacobs' presentation.

To learn more about Dr. Jacobs' formula and skincare line, visit http://www.stanleyjacobsmd.com. To discover facial rejuvenation options offered by Dr. Jacobs at his San Francisco Bay Area practice, and to see before-and-after pictures of wrinkle reduction, contact The Jacobs Center for Cosmetic Surgery by calling (707) 473-0220 or visiting http://www.thejacobscenter.com.

 

SOURCE Dr. Stanley Jacobs



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