PHOENIX, Feb. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- skinbetter science announced today that data supporting the benefits of theirinnovative, potent antioxidant, Alto Defense Serum™, will be presented at the 2018 American Academy of Dermatology Meeting in San Diego, February 16-19, 2018.
The Protective Effects of a Topical Antioxidant System from Ultraviolet-induced Erythema in Human Skin (poster #6263) will be presented during the 'Pearls from the Posters Symposium' session (S045), and is scheduled as follows:
The Antioxidant Capacity of a Comprehensive Topical Antioxidant in Comparison to a Leading Antioxidant Serum in a Human Skin Model (poster #6642) and Clinical Evaluation of a Comprehensive Topical Antioxidant in Subjects with Mild to Moderate Photodamaged Skin (poster #6265) posters will be available for viewing in e-Poster format in the Poster Viewing/Presentation Area throughout the meeting.
About skinbetter science
The skinbetter science team of aesthetic experts has a profound understanding of skin aging and what it takes to help defy the effects of time. Tapping into a rich dermatological heritage, the team at skinbetter science set out to create a new paradigm in clinical skincare. Cutting-edge, data-driven science is the principal driving force behind all our unique formulations. skinbetter science's research and development group engineers breakthrough technology innovation to deliver the clinical efficacy essential to visible skin rejuvenation that inspires the trust of physicians and patients alike. skinbetter science is available exclusively through the leading dermatology, plastic surgery and medical aesthetics practices nationwide. To find an authorized skinbetter science physician near you, please visit www.skinbetter.com.
For more information on skinbetter science, please contact Melissa Palmieri at Melissa@mp-imc.com
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