Written by David O. Sirlin (DBS), June 12, 2018 9:05am Updated June 13, 2018 10:45am A lot of beauty products seem to focus on the perfect skin tone.
But, a new study by a team of dermatologists at the University of Michigan School of Dermatology finds that Zeel’s natural, organic, non-comedogenic, high-purity peptides may be even more effective than other skin care products.
The study, published in the journal Dermatologic Therapy, is based on a randomized controlled trial.
The results show that a 10 percent reduction in acne severity could be achieved with up to a 25 percent reduction of the amount of peptides found in the Zeel Skin-Perfecting Essence.
Researchers tested the Essence against a range of conditions including eczema, psoriasis, dry skin, rosacea, and acne.
They also tested the product against a control group of non-users.
The researchers found that participants who took the Essence had significantly lower skin sensitivity and higher levels of the skin barrier-protecting peptides that prevent the growth of bacteria and viruses.
The research team also found that the Essence reduced acne-causing bacteria and the overall number of skin lesions by at least half.
Zeel says that the company plans to expand its products to the broader dermatology community, and hopes to launch a skin-care line for people with sensitive skin.
The company has been testing its Skin-Super Brightening Essence in patients at a number of dermatology clinics, including one in New York City.
In the study, researchers found no difference in skin sensitivity between the topical group and a control, placebo group.
They believe that the difference could be explained by the fact that the topical treatment had a longer duration of action, which may explain why there was a longer treatment period.
This study has the potential to change the way dermatologists treat acne, says Dr. Michael N. Pappas, who is the lead author of the study.
“This is an important step toward understanding how topical peptides can be effective in treating acne, and how to make these peptides more widely available,” he says.
“We’re also excited to see how this product may benefit our patients who are on antibiotics or other systemic medications, or those who have sensitive skin.”
Zeel has developed a range the Skin-Ogre Essence, which includes natural peptides, but also uses skin-lightening ingredients, such as glycerin, vitamin C, and vitamin E. The Skin-Saver Essence is designed to be absorbed through the skin, so it is more likely to be effective on sensitive skin, which is why researchers found the Essence to be most effective on rosary-wearing, skin-tanning patients.
The dermatologists in this study also tested another skin-cleansing product, the Skin Saver Skin-Lily Cream, and found it was more effective on those with rosaries than the Skin Super Brightening Essences.
Both of these products are currently available in Europe, the U.S., and Asia.
The findings also indicate that a more natural skin care product with high-level peptides like zeel’s will be effective against acne-related skin problems.
Dr. N.P. Siegel, an assistant professor of dermatologic surgery at the UM School of Medicine and a member of the research team, says zeel has an advantage in the research because it is developing its own proprietary skin-perfecting ingredients.
“They have the ability to control how their products are formulated and how they use the ingredients,” he tells The Verge.
“When we tested their product, we found it to be 100 percent effective.
The only issue is that they have to apply it to the skin as well as the rest of the body.
So that’s one of the reasons why we’re interested in looking at this product.”
A recent study showed that zeel had more active ingredients, including peptides and other skin-brightening ingredients than other brands.
But Dr. Selsberg says zeels skin-boosting peptide formula was superior to other skin lightening ingredients.
In fact, zeel said that the product’s ingredients made up for the difference in effectiveness.
“If they’re going to have a competitive advantage, they’ve got to be very selective about what they use,” he explains.
The Zeel skin-friendly ingredients were more potent than the other skin products, and they were more effective when the skin was dry.
They were also effective when used over a longer period of time.
But the researchers say zeel is still a long way from having a competitive edge in the acne market.
They plan to expand their line of skin-soothing products to include an acne-friendly formulation for the sensitive skin population.
“Zeel has been working hard to develop its own acne-fighting peptides in the skin and we’re hopeful that they’ll be able to offer a more affordable and less expensive alternative