Dermatologist tests new skin cream
Updated On: Apr 02 2013 10:13:36 PM EDT
The older people get, the more their skin color and texture changes. Brown spots, red patches, and bruising become more noticeable.
"Number one -- aging and sun damage thins out the skin and blood vessels," said Dr. Mark Nestor with Skin & Cancer Associates," and number two -- a lot of people are on blood thinners, aspirin, Plavix, Coumadin, and that doesn't allow the blood to clot properly."
Nestor is participating in a clinical trial for DerMend, a new over-the-counter skin cream designed to help users lose bruises on their skin.
"I see a difference in the brown spots. The brown spots are lighter," said 94-year-old Irving Billings.
DerMend has a number of ingredients, including Retinol, alpha hydroxy acid, and various flower extracts.
"That allows the skin to become tougher to become a lot more elastic and allows the blood vessels and clotting mechanisms to work better," said Nestor.
"It's not greasy," said Billings. "I think it's a very good product."
Local 10's Kristi Krueger said she saw a difference in her freckles within a few days.
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