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The luxury cosmeceutical skincare brand has reformulated its Celestial Black Diamond Neck & Décolletage Serum. Now containing 111SKIN’s signature diamond delivery system to penetrate and treat the thin skin on the neck and décolletage, the serum is formulated to address sun damage, dryness and dehydration. It contains a peptide complex to lift, firm and tone; lactic acid to smooth skin texture and help fade stubborn discolouration; a moisture complex with humectants and polysaccharides to draw water to the dermal layer; and NAC Y2, a blend of amino acids, antioxidants and vasoprotectors to help skin work at an optimised function, neutralising free radicals and brightening the area.

Revision Skincare

DEJ Eye Cream from Revision Skincare is billed as an all-inone eye treatment to combat visible signs of ageing in the area. Fomulated to address the upper eyelid and create the appearance of more lifted, firmer and smoother skin, the cream utilises the brand’s pathway technology and prebiotic innovation. Key ingredients include alpha-glucan oligosaccharide, amino acid copper complex, goji fruit extract, THD ascorbate and palmitoyl tripeptide-38. The cream also works to target sagging, hooding and redness around the eye area and shields against free radicals.

Institute BCN

Spanish mesotherapy laboratory Institute BCN has developed a skincare line called BCN Prebiotics. The line comprises four products developed to help restore the skin’s microbiome and maintain the balance of the microbiota. Ideal for patients who have recently undergone medical aesthetic treatments, the products contain prebiotic active ingredients along with highly moisturising, antioxidant and anti-ageing ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, sugars and natural moisturising factors, aloe vera and avenanthramide. The products are: Balance Serum, Shield Cream, Intense Repair Concentrate and Scrub Exfoliator.


Swiss skincare brand Swissline has launched in the UK with Skinbrands, distributor of brands including Medik8, Priori and Revitalash. Swissline takes a biotech approach to its products and formulations, drawing on DNA research and natural actives. Products include the Cell Shock line of anti-ageing formulas with bio-mimetic growth factors, marine collagen, silk, gold and the brand’s signature cellactel 2 complex. The line comprises Luxe-lift Rich Cream, 360° Anti-Wrinkle Serum, Face Lifting Complex II, Facial Boosting-Essence, Overnight Balm, and more.

iS Clinical

New from iS Clinical is Liperfection Trio and Extreme Protect Duo. The Liperfection Trio comprises three lip products to exfoliate, hydrate, soften and plump the lips: Lip Polish, with sucrose, vitamin C and cocoa butter; Youth Lip Elixir, containing antioxidant extremozymes, vitamin C and cocoa butter; and Liprotect SPF 35, with transparent zinc oxide dispersion, transparent titanium dioxide dispersion and coconut oil. Meanwhile, the Extreme Protect Duo pairs Extreme Protect SPF 40 –a tinted, water-resistant sunscreen with antioxidant extremozyme technology – with Liprotect SPF 35.


Austrian pharma company Croma-Pharma is introducing a new skincare brand to its portfolio. Croma Farewell (“farewell to ageing skin”, for example) will initially launch with five hyaluronic acid-based serums, all containing both high and low-molecular weight HA. Irritated Skin is for sensitive skin and contains madecassoside, niacinamide and D-panthenol to soothe, reduce redness and strengthen the skin’s barrier; and Puffy Eyes helps fight the appearance of puffiness, dark circles and crow’s feet with ash tree bark extract, organic silicon and vitamin B3. Also available are Dry Skin, Aging Skin and Oily Skin.


HydraFacial’s latest skincare partnership is with cosmeceutical skincare brand Murad on the Murad Retinol Booster. Designed for use with the HydraFacial device to personalise the treatment, the Booster helps accelerate skin surface renewal, plumping to visibly reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while treating uneven skin tone and dullness. It contains a patented retinol tri-active technology for rapid action while being gentle on the skin, making it suitable for all skin types including sensitive.


A new Oxypod treatment capsule is available for the Pollogen Geneo+ device for advanced aesthetic facial treatments. The Hydrate Oxypod with blue spirulina, niacinamide and lactobionic acid is formulated to revive dry, dull and dehydrated skin. The active ingredients work together to hydrate skin and replenish its moisture-retention abilities. They are stored in their suspended state within the Oxypod and are activated only in reaction with Geneo+’s primer gel.

Noon Aesthetics

There are two new cleansers in the Noon Aesthetics cosmeceutical skincare range, distributed by Advanced Esthetics Solutions. CosmoClear Cleanser is a purifying and moisturising cleanser that removes excess oil and impurities from the skin. It includes active ingredients glycolic, lactic and salicylic acids, along with moisturising compounds and chamomile extract. Meanwhile, Micro-Soft Cleanser is a microemulsion formula that is ideal for makeup removal. It contains organic macadamia oil, rich in palmitoleic acid to contribute to healthy skin function. Other ingredients include lavender floral water and squalene.


French aesthetics brand Laboratories Vivacy has launched the Vivacy Beauty clinical skincare range to sit alongside its Stylage HA dermal fillers. The products contain the brand’s vivasôme anti-ageing complex, based on active encapsulation through liposomes. These liposomes create a pathway through the skin’s outer layers for optimal ingredient penetration (sorbitol, stabilised vitamin C, hyaluronic acid and mineral water from Treignac in France. The six products in the range are: Eye Ultim Lift to rejuvenate the eye contour, regenerating serum Cell Shot, reconstructing cream Age Reboost, hydrating cream Hydra Touch, skincare mineral water Mist and soothing, post-procedure Hyalu Calm.

This article appears in the July/August 2021 Issue of Aesthetic Medicine

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This article appears in the July/August 2021 Issue of Aesthetic Medicine