antiaging


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antiaging

(ăn′tē-ā′jĭng, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Delaying or lessening the effects of aging, especially on the skin: an antiaging cream.
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So scientists are looking for shortcuts that people could use to achieve the antiaging windfall of calorie restriction without actually having to do it--a way to eat your cake and survive it, too.
Geriatrics may also be suffering from competition arising in a new health-care subspecialty: antiaging. The American Academy of AntiAging Medicine (A4M), founded in 1993, now boasts 10,000 members, 80% of whom are physicians.
The facial moisturizer category at mass is less than half as large as the facial antiaging category but, unlike the larger category, it expanded over the 52-week period measured by IRI.
'The best antiaging product is not what skincare technicians and experts (and regular dermatologists, too, I guess) have heretofore led us to believe,' wrote founder Leandra Medine.
As background, in early 2015, Hawknad completed both the development and clinical studies of its antiaging products.
"Based on the evidence we reviewed, which includes the evidence [from 1990], we do not recommend growth hormone for antiaging," Liu says.
Extra-Firming Mask is Clarins' first relaxing, antiaging mask for visibly younger-looking, smooth and radiant skin in just 10 minutes.
Feeling the biggest pinch on the bottom line at mass doors are the categories that were soaring over the past years, especially facial antiaging now that's limping along with sales virtually flat.
cosmetics and skin care company that launched its first product in February 2014, aims to address consumer needs with what it describes as a premium quality, antiaging, compact product line with a total of 15 distinct items.
BACKGROUND: Human growth hormone (GH) is widely used as an antiaging therapy, although its use for this purpose has not been approved by the U.S.
He reviews research into possible life-extending methods and antiaging therapies.
NEW YORK -- While you can't turn back the hands of time, you can mitigate the effects of time on the skin, according to the makers of antiaging skin care products on the market today available in creams, serums, gels and masks.