Diary: pHformula Outlines the Latest International Research Around Skin Resurfacing

Last month, select invitees were treated to an educational event hosted by the Australian distributor of Spain-based skincare brand pHformula.

Head of Research and Development at pHformula, Mariona Jimenéz flew to Sydney to enlighten professionals on the finding of recent clinical studies and the brand’s unique vision around skin resurfacing.

{left to right] Danielle Hughes and Mariona Jimenéz

Mariona is a qualified pharmacist with over ten years experience in the dermocosmeceutical industry. At the commencement of Mariona’s role with pHformula, she said of the brand: “pHformula is innovative, dynamic, and a leader in creative professional skincare that appeals to me.”

Mariona was joined by Director of pHformula Australia, Danielle Hughes for the event, which was held at The Alcott in Lane Cove.

The title of the event was ‘Behind the Formulation, Beyond the Horizon’ in light of the day’s focus on international trends and innovations. Topics discussed included the power of protons, unbuffered acids, and pHformula’s PH-DVC™ – a proprietary delivery vehicle complex.

As recapped by Danielle, the PH-DVC™ is key to delivering free, unbuffered acids into the skin with control and precision. The PH-DVC™ enables skin specialists to realise the true potential of a synergistic blend of acids, deliver a maximum yield of protons for superior regenerative benefits, and eliminate the side effects associated with traditional skin peeling.

Mariona also discussed how pHformula’s latest clinical studies seek to correct chronic redness using acids. Products such as the E.Y.E. lift serum and TDS firming ampoules were highlighted. The brand’s new A.G.E. serum was introduced, as well as upgraded C.C. creams.

Danielle sought to empower clinic owners with fresh advice in light of current trends. She reminded guests that “there’s no room for complacency”, and that businesses ought to “level up to reassert the value of professional skin services”, even during a tight economy.

She also provided an overview of acid chemistry, and discussed why the delivery of free acids is key to maximising the release of protons that stimulate the regenerative process in the skin.

pHformula is available in over 45 countries. To learn more, visit their website here.

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