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Stopping the Clock: Understanding Micah Chemistry

May 15, 2017 | By: Hallstar
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Since the introduction of retinol and broad-spectrum UV protection in skin care formulations, breakthroughs in anti-aging science are rare. What’s more, some of these innovations still cause oxidative damage to the skin’s DNA, protein and lipids while protecting from UV rays. 

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Since the introduction of retinol and broad-spectrum UV protection in skin care formulations, breakthroughs in anti-aging science are rare. What’s more, some of these innovations still cause oxidative damage to the skin’s DNA, protein and lipids while protecting from UV rays. 

After years of research, testing and development, we have created what we believe is the next anti-aging breakthrough: Micah, a new chemistry based on fused-ring cyanoacrylates that is designed to stop UV- and visible light-induced skin aging before it starts.

This white paper explains how the science behind Micah works, along with the efficacy, test results and potential market opportunities.

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