Less Downtime, More Face Time
Compare results of post-procedure treatment with ReGenica to results without ReGenica.
ReGenica Before & After
Photos have not been retouched. Results may vary.
Clinically Proven Results
Less redness with ReGenica after laser procedure* † § 1
Enhanced patient comfort suggested by less petrolatum use* † § 1
Study patients had option to use petrolatum for comfort during posttreatment.
Almost complete moisture restoration by day 7§ ¶ 2
#Vapometer measurement of TEWL; scores were statistically signifcant (P≤.05) at day 3 and day 7 between control and .3 different concentrations of HCCM product (n=41).
More rapid moisture restoration as soon as day 32
*Study of patients aged 18-70 years; Fitzpatrick score of I-III (N=49).
†ReGenica Facial Rejuvenation Complex: Patient aged 44 years.
‡Placebo: Patient aged 39 years.
§The study subjects were treated with an ablative 2,940-nm laser (Palomar Medical Technologies, Burlington, MA, USA) in periocular and perioral areas and with a nonablative 1,540-nm laser (Palomar Medical Technologies) on the remainder of the face.
¶Study results for patients aged 40-70 years; Fitzpatrick score of II-IV (N=42).
References: 1. Kellar RS, Hubka M, Rheins LA, Fisher G, Naughton GK. Hypoxic conditioned culture medium from fibroblasts grown under embryonic-like conditions supports healing following postlaser resurfacing. J Cosmet Dermatol. 2009;8(3):190-196. 2. Zimber MP, Mansbridge JN, Taylor M, et al. Human cell-conditioned media produced under embryonic-like conditions result in improved healing time after laser resurfacing. Aesthetic Plast Surg. 2012;36(2):431-437.