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SkinMedica Launches TNS Essential Serum(TM)
Date:11/6/2008

-Combines TNS Recovery Complex(R) and APS Corrective Complex(TM)- -97% of Clinical Study Participants Saw Improvements in Skin Elasticity-

CARLSBAD, Calif., Nov. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- SkinMedica, Inc., today announced the recent launch of TNS Essential Serum(TM) a revolutionary anti-aging treatment with a clinically-proven combination of two cutting-edge treatments, TNS Recovery Complex(R) and APS Corrective Complex(TM).

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TNS Recovery Complex has been shown to rejuvenate sun damaged and aging skin. It contains the key active ingredient NouriCel-MD(R), a patented blend of growth factors, soluble collagen, antioxidants and matrix proteins. APS Corrective Complex is a potent mixture of three novel peptides and seven antioxidants and other innovative anti-aging ingredients. Combined in TNS Essential Serum, these two formulas work in synergy to transform and regenerate skin for a more youthful, glowing appearance.

"TNS Essential Serum is an unprecedented combination," stated Richard Fitzpatrick, MD, the founder of SkinMedica. "This formulation marries the potent growth factor serum in TNS Recovery Complex with the protective, antioxidant properties of APS Corrective Complex, providing our customers with comprehensive anti-aging care and protection. SkinMedica continues to deliver on its commitment to physicians and consumers to use leading-edge science to develop the most advanced, professional skin-care products available today."

Statistically Significant Clinical Study Results

In a recent clinical study, 37 women aged 32 - 55 with mild-to-severe wrinkling used TNS Essential Serum twice-daily for three months. Study participants were evaluated monthly, using physician assessments, digital photography and patient self-assessment. 97% saw improvements in the elasticity of their skin an
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