Single-Center, Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Study of the Efficacy and Safety of a Cream Formulation for Improving Facial Wrinkles and Skin Quality openaccess articles

June 2018 | Volume 17 | Issue 6 | Original Article | 664 | Copyright © 2018

Neil Sadick MD,a,b Krista Bohnert BS,b Monica Serra,b and Neal Kitchen PhDc

aWeill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University, New York, NY bSadick Dermatology and Research, New York, NY cHydroPeptide LLC, Issaquah, WA

   

Table3Overall, despite the study limitations that include small number of subjects and short time of follow-up, the product demonstrated a good clinical efficacy and safety profile in improving facial skin quality. To this end, a larger scale study is underway, with more subjects and longer follow-up, to assess more clinical endpoints and evaluate the full effect of the topical on rhytides and fine lines.Thus, in the context of a general skincare program that includes sunscreen, fillers, neurotoxins, and energy-based devices, Hydropeptide® Nimni Cream can be used daily for preventing, fighting signs of aging and improving skin quality in the face.

DISCLOSURES

Neil Sadick MD, Krista Bohnert BS, and Monica Serra received a research grant by Hydropeptide. Neal Kitchen PhD is Chief Operating Officer at HydroPeptide.

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AUTHOR CORRESPONDENCE

Neil Sadick MD

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