• Skinuva® Scar
  • Skinuva® Brite
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  • STUDY 2: Skinuva Scar reduces the need for post surgical intralesional steroid and 5- Fluorouracil injections

This study shows that the use of Skinuva Scar reduced the need for additional steroid and 5-fluorouracil in post-surgical scars by nearly 50%.

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Kalasho BD, Kikuchi R, Zoumalan CI. Silicone-Based Scar Cream for Post Upper Eyelid Blepharoplasty-associated Cicatricial and Hypertrophic Scarring. J Drugs Dermatol. 2019 May 1;18(5):440-446.

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  • STUDY 3: Skinuva Scar and Gene Expression Analysis using Skin Biopsy Specimens

We took skin punch biopsies of 3 patients and showed that their scars treated with Skinuva Scar had gene expression which was more favorable to the best healing scar when compared to silicone cream and no treatment.

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Kikuchi R, Khalil A, Zoumalan CI. Gene expression analysis in scars treated with silicone cream: a pilot study. Scars, Burns, Healing, August, 2019.

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  • STUDY 4: Skinuva Scar shown to help heal wounds post C02 laser

Skinuva Scar was well tolerated well, safe and effective in healing skin post C02 laser treatment.

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Kikuchi, R, Zoumalan, CI. Safety and Efficacy of a topical cream consisting of highly selective growth factors within a silicone cream matrix for post ablative C02 procedures. American Society of Lasers Medicine and Surgery Abstracts, 2019, S27-28.

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  • STUDY 5: The safety and efficacy of Skinuva Scar in treating stretch marks

Skinuva Scar was found to improve the appearance of stretch marks in a one month follow up study when compared to no treatment.

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Kikuchi R, Waldman AR, Wolfswinkel EM, Pletzer V, Kalasho BD, Zoumalan CI. Safety/Efficacy of New Topical Silicone Formulation with Selective Growth Factors for Treating Striae Distensae. J Cosmet Sci. 2020 Mar/Apirl;71(2):77-90.

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  • STUDY 1: Skinuva Brite shown to be safe and effective in improving hyperpigmentation

Skinuva Brite was shown to be safe and effective in treating hyperpigmentation, and also shown to be more effective than hydroquinone 4%, and tolerated better with less side effects.

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Kalasho BD, Minokadeh A, Zhang-Nunes S, Zoumalan RA, Shemirani NL, Waldman AR, Pletzer V, Zoumalan CI. Evaluating the safety and efficacy of a new topical formulation for hyperpigmentation consisting of highly selective growth factors, tranexamic acid, and other ingredients to hydroquinone 4%: a prospective, randomized, controlled split face study. J Cosmet Sci. In press.

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