A recently concluded study concluded by the Hill Top Research has proved the efficacy of Dermatrends' proprietary Hydroxide Releasing Agent (HRA) technology as a moisturizing and exfoliating agent. The results of this study will help Dermatrends go beyond drug delivery to enter the ever growing cosmetic skin care market.

Study Highlights
a. It was a 7-day study.
b. Researchers monitored 16 parameters set by the clinical study firm.
c. Participants were between 21 to 65 years.
d. The methods of evaluation included visual examination by a trained laboratory examiner, quantitative measurements by skin science instrumentation and self-assessments by the participants.
e. A sample coded method was used to compare the effect of Dermatrends formulations as well as two commercial branded products.
f. It was noticed that Dermatrends' formulation was more effective in moisturizing and exfoliating.

Highlights of HRA technology
a. This was originally intended for pharmaceutical applications.
b. Recent studies have shown that this has great potential in the cosmetics market.
c. It is the ideal base for alpha-hydroxy based products used for anti-aging purposes.
d. It gently exfoliates the dead layers of the skin.
e. At the same time, it moisturizes the new layers of the skin.