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  • 2018-11-07 - Christmas Holidays

  • The Christmas Holidays is getting near. To avoid any delay, the Post Office has advised us that the last postal date for normal delivery is 21 November. So any orders placed after this date, there is maybe a slight delay with the delivery
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  • 2018-06-26 - PubMed Central’s evaluation of the safety and efficacy of bimatoprost for eyelash growth in pediatric subjects

  • Their results

    Eyelash prominence improved in a significantly greater proportion of subjects treated with bimatoprost compared with vehicle at month 4 (70.8% versus 26.1%; P<0.001). This benefit was sustained at month 5 post-treatment assessment. Digital image analysis measures were significantly improved with bimatoprost. Significant treatment benefits with bimatoprost versus vehicle were evident among the healthy adolescents but not in the pos chemotherapy or alopecia areata subgroups. The safety profile of bimatoprost was consistent with previous studies in adults.

    Their conclusion

    Bimatoprost was safe and well tolerated in pediatric subjects with eyelash hypotrichosis. In this study with limited sample size, subgroup analyses showed that treatment was effective in healthy adolescents with no concurrent contributing medical condition, but not in those with eyelash hypotrichosis due to chemotherapy or alopecia areata.

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  • 2018-05-03 - Tretinoin - Wrinkle Treatments That Work

  • Over the past decade, University of Michigan researchers have focused on the mechanisms behind aging skin and have emerged with a better understanding of how best to tame the process—without Botox or plastic surgery. After analyzing several dozen of their studies, the team reported last month that three treatments definitely rejuvenate skin: topical retinoic acid, carbon dioxide laser resurfacing, and injections of cross-linked hyaluronic acid. "These three, as far as I`m concerned, are the ones where the evidence is quite solid," says senior author John Voorhees, chair of the department of dermatology at the University of Michigan`s medical school (who has no financial ties to the manufacturers of the treatments studied).


    Retinoic acid. Derived from vitamin A (though not the kind found naturally in carrots and other orange-red vegetables) creams that contain retinoic acid require a prescription and work by gradually stimulating the formation of new collagen. For best results, Voorhees recommends creams with .025 or .05 percent tretinoin (another name for retinoic acid).

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  • 2018-04-27 - Avert reporting on Tenofovir

  • Tenofovir is safe for pregnant women living with HIV and their babies. New study reveals leading antiretroviral drug, tenofovir (TDF), is safe for pregnant women living with HIV when compared to other antiretroviral treatment (ART) regimes, despite concerns in the past that it could lead to adverse pregnancy outcomes.
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  • 2016-12-19 - iPhone Compatible Interface

  • As of today we launch a mobile view interface to improve and simplify your shopping experience on iPhones and any mobile devices. Happy shopping!
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