91% of women on day 7 and 100% at final evaluation (day 42) reported:
- Softer and more hydrated looking skin
- Smoother looking skin
- Healthier looking and feeling skin
The Visual Grading Scale
Three trained clinical evaluators graded each study participant on an 11-point intensity grading scale for fine lines, wrinkles, brightness and firmness, and found statistically significant improvements in all evaluated skin parameters when compared to the baseline at every evaluation point.
Novameter readings, which use electroconductivity to measure how much water is in the skin, demonstrated statistically significant increases in mean moisturization.
Firmness and Elasticity
Cutometer readings, in which suction is applied to the skin in order to measure the skin’s resistance to suction (firmness) and its ability to return into its original state (elasticity), demonstrated statistically significant improvement in both measures at each evaluation time point.