Ultraviolet Photography: An X-Ray For the Skin
WE DECIDED TO INVESTIGATE
We were skeptical about the methods skin care companies were using to “prove” that their products were effective. Usually, it involves a sampling of a few dozen subjects trying products over the course of several weeks, and then giving their subjective thoughts on whether or not they can see a difference in their skin. For products making such powerful scientific claims, the method is not very scientific.
WE DECIDED TO LOOK MORE DEEPLY INTO WHAT GOES ONwhen we apply skin care products. We involved research dermatologists from Harvard, Yale, NYU, University of Pennsylvania and Boston University. Over the course of eight years, we tested thousands of products and compounds from virtually every skin care product on the market, through double-blind placebo studies, the standard for drug trials. Furthermore, we tracked the changes through ultraviolet photography.
ULTRAVIOLET PHOTOGRAPHY DOESN’T LIE. IT IS ALL-SEEING. IT’S LIKE AN X-RAY FOR THE SKIN.
It looks below the surface of the skin for imperfections that aren’t visible to the naked eye. Not yet, anyway. Because of the regenerative nature of the skin, eventually everything will come to the surface. Because the truth always comes out in the end.
It makes sense that, by looking deeply into the skin, we found the one compound that has a profound effect on its overall health and beauty. We call it Molecular Dispersion Technology 5 (MDT5™), and it is the only molecule that can carry topical vitamins to the deepest levels of the dermis.