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Skinceuticals: Skinceuticals C F Phloretin

17/6/08 — Skinceuticals C F Phloretin (ascorbic acid 10%, ferulic acid 0.5% and phloretin 2%).

Skinceuticals have launched a new serum antioxidant combination for use in place or conjunction with other topical antioxidant therapies — most notably Skinceuticals C E Ferulic — but including those provided by IS Clinical, Cellex-C, Neostrata, La Roche Posay and Topix among others.

Likely due to patent restrictions, this is the first time in more than a decade that Skinceuticals have been able to market a serum containing bioflavonoids without the presence of alpha hydroxy acids.

Bioflavonoids are a critical factor in maximizing Vitamin C absorption and activity.

Hitherto Skinceuticals C F Phloretin it was therefore incumbent to provide bioflavonoids to Skinceuticals Vitamin C serum users by other supplementary means in order to replicate the results of formulations preceding those containing ferulic acid (listed at http://www.treatment-skincare.com/Skinceuticals/Serums/Vale.html).

The return of a bioflavonoid should increase results for users while minimizing skin care complexity.

Suitability is to be determined by medical skin analysis and regular follow-up in the first four months of use.

To obtain optimal results, it is important that users not modify their use of moisturizers, sunscreens or other serums without prior instruction, as all these products have the potential to hamper performance.

For further information, preliminary analysis and discussion, visit:

Melbourne Dermatology: Skinceuticals C F Phloretin Introduction and Discussion

Melbourne Dermatology: Skinceuticals C F Phloretin Ingredients

Melbourne Dermatology: Skinceuticals C F Phloretin Instructions for Use

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