Saturday, January 22, 2011

DERMAdoctor Photodynamic Therapy (Latest innovation) Reviews

DERMAdoctor Photodynamic Therapy
sunlight-activated laser lotion with spf 30



How Does It Work?

(According to their website)
Morinda Citrifolia Extract (Noni Fruit) contains a special polyphenol that specifically captures the sun's rays then converts and emits this energy as a highly focused visible red wavelength of light (648nm) equivalent to that of a red LED. Encapsulating this polyphenol with an inert tricalcium phosphate particle creates a complex capable of transmitting the visible red light to the skin where it works to firm the skin.
Utilizes UV light to revitalize the skin
Increases skin elasticity
Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
Improves skin tone and texture, and improves the appearance of redness, dryness, roughness, age spots, skin discoloration, pore size while restoring brightness and radiance.

Morinda Citrifolia(noni fruit also known as Indian Mulberry).
It has excellent levels of carbohydrates, dietary fiber and protein.

Main micronutrient features of noni are rather high content of vitamin C, substantial amounts of niacin (vitamin B3), iron and potassium. In moderate amounts there are also Vitamin A, calcium and sodium
The fruit contains various phytochemicals such as lignans, polysaccharides, oligosaccharides, iridoids, flavonoids, fatty acids, catechin, scopoletin, damnacanthal, beta-sitosterol and alkaloids.seed oil is abundant in linoleic acid that may have useful properties when applied topically on skin (e.g. anti-inflammation, acne reduction, moisture retention).



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