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The aim of the study is to evaluate the tolerance of the product WO 4260 by a dermatologist. Additional objectives of this clinical in-use study are to evaluate the cosmetic features and acceptance of the product by means of a questionnaire in an interview situation and by skin hydration measurements on the scalp.
This is a phase III randomized multi-center study of equivalence comparing the radiological follow-up for patients benefiting from the correction of the esthetical relapse of the preservative treatment by fatty transfer compared with a simple supervision. It is planned that 440 patients participate in this study which plans to compare 2 groups of patients: a group of patients which will benefit from the surgical treatment by transfer of fatty tissue and a group of patients und...
1. Curing mild atopic dermatitis in children with a commerical medical device (Bepanthen Itch Relief Cream). 2. Maintaining healthy skin by using a new cosmetic Bepanthen product or a commercially available cosmetic product
To balance the oncological safety and cosmetic outcome is the basic principle of modern breast surgery. To preserve the nipple-areolar complex shows attractive cosmetic advantage but concerns regarding local recurrence make the oncological safety of nipple sparing mastectomy a controversial issue. Since the involvement of areolar pigmented skin by cancer is rare compared to that of nipple, we designed the current study to investigate the oncological safety and cosmetic outcome ...
Purpose: The attempt to further reduce the operative trauma in laparoscopic hysterectomy led in new technique such as Single-Port Access (SPA) laparoscopic surgery. This new technique is considered as painless procedure and better cosmetic effect but there are not any publications to study a possible different pain score and cosmetic effect in new techniques versus conventional laparoscopic hysterectomy. In this randomized controlled study the researchers have investigat...
Primary Objectives: Assess whether CL (caused by Leishmaniasis major) lesions treated with WR279396 improved the cosmetic outcome compared with no treatment (natural healing)
Subjects will be assigned to a retinoid cream or bakuchiol to compare the cosmetic effects. This will take place over a 12 week period.
This study will assess the cosmetic changes of a cosmetic topical retinoid product in participants with moderate to severe photodamage utilizing non-invasive in vivo skin imaging instrumentation.
The purpose of this study is to determine the cosmetic appearance of metronidazole gel (MetroGel®) 1% with commonly marketed facial foundations.
This project is an observational trial investigating wound cosmetic appearance after repair of traumatic skin lacerations in the head area of pediatric patients with two different approaches to skin closure: sutures versus tissue adhesive. Photographs will be taken at two follow-up visits after repair and later encryptedly assessed by external plastic surgeon using standard cosmetic assessment scales. The investigators hypothesize that cosmetic wound outcome will be equivalent ...
To evaluate the skin irritation and sensitization potential of a cosmetic facial product, under exaggerated conditions of use with controlled product application and under supervision of a dermatologist.
Traditionally, dermatologic surgeons close wounds with stitches. Fast absorbing gut is a dissolvable stitch that is very commonly used. Some surgeons believe that using a thinner size of this stitch causes less skin reaction and improves the cosmetic outcome of the scar. Other surgeons believe that using a thicker size of this stitch reduces the tension on the scar and improves the cosmetic outcome of the scar in that manner. We wish to determine whether the thickness of the fa...
A clinical study to evaluate the effect of a commercial mouth rinse on plaque re-growth
Aim of the study is to evaluate clinically and by non-invasive instrumental evaluations the activity on hair regrowth of a topical cosmetic product versus placebo (comparison within subjects)
It is thought that the amount of fluid used to dilute Botox for injection has an effect on the quality of the result and the duration of effect on the treatment of upper face rhytides, even though the dose remains the same. The study was designed to test this thinking, using the crow's feet wrinkles as the treatment area.
The dermatological testing of cosmetic products which are new on the market, or existing products with novel formulations is common and a useful procedure, yet necessary to alleviate common irritants and contact allergic reactions. Cosmetic products contain a range of substances that may be considered as potential irritants or contact allergens. In order to estimate that risk, cosmetics are tested by applying patch tests.
The objective of this clinical study is to assess the relative mildness of a cosmetic facial cleanser in comparison to water through repeated application to the volar forearm using the FCAT wash procedure.
The purpose of this study is to clinically evaluate the efficacy, safety as well as patient satisfaction in the use of topical Centella asiatica (CA) on the cosmetic appearance of stretch marks.
The primary objective of this prospective, randomized study is to compare cosmetic outcomes between absorbable and non-absorbable sutures in truncal and extremity lacerations in the pediatric and adult population. Secondary outcome measures include wound complications such as infection and wound dehiscence at the initial visit; and parental satisfaction and keloid formation after three months post repair.
This is a randomized double-blinded study examining the effect of topical Acetyl Hexapeptide-8 AH8) for improving the cosmetic appearance and experience of oily skin.
The purpose of this study is to provide a more effective postoperative method of pain control for patients undergoing cosmetic sub-muscular breast augmentation. Appropriate postoperative pain management contributes to faster patient mobilization, shortened hospital stays, and reduced healthcare costs.
The aim of this study is to evaluate a complete acne regimen consisting of a medication (Benzaknen® 5% Gel), and 2 cosmetic products Dermotivin® Soft Liquid soap and Cetaphil® Dermacontrol Moisturizer SPF30 in patients with acne.
Hand and feet lacerations are common in children with repair often requiring conscious sedation and needle sticks for repair. Growing evidence in adults reveal that many of these small lacerations do quite well cosmetically without intervention. This randomized controlled trial will evaluated the cosmetic outcome at 4 months in two groups of children with hand or feet lacerations
The objective of this clinical study is to assess the cutaneous and ocular local tolerance of two cosmetic facial cleansers in healthy female participants with sensitive skin under normal conditions of use.
The objective of this clinical study is to assess the irritation and sensitisation potential of a cosmetic test product after repeated semi-occlusive patch applications to healthy human participants by following a conventional HRIPT methodology under supervision of a dermatologist.