Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. November 9, 2015

New Dedicated Team in Saudi Arabia for the md:ceuticals product range

The md:ceuticals distributor in Saudi has recruited a dedicated team of specilists to promote the highly effective md:ceuticals professional treatments and daily care products in the area, and train the medical professionals in the newest and most innovative and effective techniques using the mdceuticals products.

The seminar took place from the 3rd to the 5th of October. After three full days of extended theoretical training and on hands training, the md:ceuticals team got detail information about the skin care regimens and techniques to reverse main skin disorders, such as hyperpigmentation, acne, photodamage… etc.


London, UK. October 28, 2015

Get rid of enlarged pores with md:prepeel Beta&AHAs Complex 8%

Bigger does not always mean better, especially when it comes to face pores. Enlarged pores have become a new target in the quest for perfect skin.

Hair follicles, sweat glands and oil glands end in pores. They provide a way for the body to flush out toxins, regulate temperature and moisturize dry skin. However, excessive dirt and oil buildup can cause acne, and large pores can make the skin look older

People who have naturally oily skin tend to have larger pores. When oil and dirt collect in the skin, the skin swells and pores look larger than they normally would. Another contributing factor is age. As one gets older, the skin loses its elasticity, which can cause pores to look bigger. The skin thickens, causing skin cells to collect around the edges of the pores, which stretch them out. Sun damage, sex and genetic predisposition also affects the appearance of pores.


London, UK. October 9, 2015

Restoration of hydration and skin brightness after summer time with md:complex NCT-Hyal Revitalizing

As we age, our skin loses vital nutrients because of sun exposure, hormonal changes, poor diet and poor circulation. Every day sun exposure damages skin, breaking down cells, hardening lines and leaving an uneven tone.

During the summer, skin is over exposed to natural elements like high temperatures, sun radiations, salty ocean water and air. Other factors such as air conditioning, insect repellents and chlorine in pools contribute to damage the natural balance of oil and moisture that is essential for skin to look and feel healthy. When that balance goes off, skin becomes dry, dull, flaky, sometimes even irritated and inflamed, and frequently takes on a rough look and feel.