Mumbai, India. August 24, 2015

Great success of md:ceuticals´s revolutionary Depigmentation System at Cosdermindia 2015

md:ceuticals, a reference laboratory in the development of top quality medical cosmetics, participated in the 19th edition of Cosdermindia, the Annual Congress of Cosmetic Dermatology Society of India, held at Renaissance Hotel & Convention Centre in Mumbai, from 20th to 23rd August 2015.

md:ceuticals presented with great success its complete Depigmentation System, including a winning combination of the most effective therapies for skin lightening, that guarantee fast results and treatment safety:

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Johannesburg, South Africa. August 19, 2015

By A2 - "Aesthetic and antiaging magazine" www.a2magazine.co.za

Towards the end of 2014, a media release from md:ceuticals alerted the beauty industry to a breakthrough in the treatment of melasma or the appearance of brown, tan or blue-gray spots on the face, otherwise know as hyperpigmentation. Read on for more on the wonder ingredient, tranexamic acid.

Melasma is a common disorder of the pigmentation in the central face, along the cheekbones and jawline, and is seen predominantly in people with olive or darker skins. In fact, the global black, Asian and Arab populations cite it as one of their five most common skin disorders.

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London, UK. August 2, 2015

Acne vulgaris is the most common dermatologic disorder, affecting 40 to 50 million individuals of all races and ethnicities. It affects both teenagers and adults. Acne vulgaris is a multifactorial disease that is hormonally mediated and genetically controlled. In acne different pathogenetic factors contribute to the inflammation process, defect in keratinisation, increased sebaceous gland activity and increased colonization of Propionibacterium acnes.

Acne is a common disorder in which hair follicles located on the inside of a pore become clogged and form small lesions on the surface of skin. When sebaceous glands become overactive and produce too much oil, it creates a blockage. Then dirt, bacteria, dead skin cells and other debris accumulate on top of the plug, forming a comedone.

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