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Date:3/21/2014

mproved skin hydration after three and six weeks. The product regimen also dramatically reduced spot and melanin area fraction and increased skin color evenness after three and six weeks.

Improved Appearance of Facial Wrinkles in Post-Menopausal Women with Use of a Cosmetic Moisturizer Containing Artichoke Extract (Poster #8012)

Signs of facial skin aging in women worldwide include fine lines and wrinkles. To address the unique physiological skin care needs of women older than 48 years of age, P&G Beauty scientists evaluated a daily-use facial moisturizer formulation containing artichoke extract, which has previously shown to positively affect skin health and structure biomarkers in in vitro skin models. This double-blinded, vehicle-controlled, 12-week study consisted of women 55-56 or 40-48 years old with moderate to more severe facial fine lines and wrinkles. Subjects applied moisturizer twice daily, and skin appearance was examined at zero, four, eight and 12 weeks by digital imaging and expert grading of redness and dryness.

The use of a cosmetic moisturizer formulation containing artichoke extract significantly improved the appearance of eye area fine lines and wrinkles as compared to vehicle across all age ranges tested. The improvement was apparent in the 55+ women at the eight week time point evaluated by expert grading, and increased in magnitude for the duration of product use (12 weeks). The 55-56 age group demonstrated a faster rate of improvement as compared to the 40-48 year-old participants, indicating that daily use of the cosmetic moisturizer formulation containing artichoke can reverse the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in women of different ages and at different speeds.


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