Low Frequency Sonophoresis of Retinol and L-Ascorbic Acid for Photoageing: A Controlled Prospective Pilot Study

Author: 
Dr. Geoffrey Herber
Volume Number: 
1
Issue Number: 
1
Publication Year: 
2005

Low frequency ultrasound has been reported to increase the skin penetration of substances up to 1,000 times that obtainable with therapeutic ultrasound. Numerous beneficial effects of L-ascorbic acid and retinol on the process and results of photoageing have been described. Low frequency sonophoresis of L-ascorbic acid and retinol is a quick and simple noninvasive process with no “down”time.

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