The BEAUTYband® proven technology is backed by the research of  these worldwide renowned
physicians and scientists.

BEAUTYband® has spent the last 10 years in research and development of skincare and beauty products that utilize mechanical, physical applications to enhance the condition of the skin.  The Original BEAUTYband® is the result of that scientific research and use of today’s technology to produce high quality products for a reasonable cost in the high-end skincare, beauty and personal care industries.

Please review some of the research by these worldwide renowned physicians and scientists.

International dermatologists Dr. Avner Shemer and Dr. Meir Babaev have concluded in a study on the BEAUTYband® that:

“Beauty Band is the first device to allow the mechanical stretching of facial skin and, according to molecular studies, an enhanced proliferation of keratinocytes in the epidermis, an increase in epidermal and basement membrane thickness, and, possibly, an increase in collagen synthesis. In addition to molecular changes that have a beneficial effect on skin appearance, Beauty Band enables the delivery of topically applied cream to the deeper parts of wrinkles. Stretching and smoothing the skin with Beauty Band also enables the exposure of wrinkle depth and is thus more effective for eliminating topically applied agents from the skin.”

5–20 minutes of mechanical stretching applied on facial skin induces a proliferation of cells in skin layers
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Avner Shemer M.D.
Clinical professor of Dermatology Specialist in Skin and Venereal Diseases. Dermatologic /Nail Surgery. Dermatomycology.
Meir Babaev M.D.
Specialist in Skin and Venereal Diseases. Dermatologic /Nail Surgery. Dermatomycology.

We have also utilized some of the extensive research in the field by researchers Eijiro Toluyama and his colleagues below, to further substantiate what our scientists have thought to be true:

“Therefore, deposition of laminin 5, collagen IV, and collagen VII in the basal layer is increased, the basement membrane structure becomes more developed, and thereby keratinization of epidermal keratinocytes is enhanced further.”


Mechanical Stretching In Vitro Regulates Signal Transduction Pathways and Cellular Proliferation in Human Epidermal Keratinocytes
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BY: Shoichiro Yano, Mayumi Komine, Manabu Fujimoto, Hitoshi Okochi, and Kunihiko Tamaki
Department of Dermatology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan; Department of Regenerative Medicine, Research Institute, International Medical Center of Japan, Tokyo, Japan

Mechanical Stretch on Human Skin Equivalents Increases the Epidermal Thickness and Develops the Basement Membrane
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BY: Eijiro Tokuyama*, Yusuke Nagai**, Ken Takahashi***, Yoshihiro Kimata*, Keiji Naruse***
*The Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Okayama University Graduate School of Medicine, Okayama, Japan, **Menicon Co., Ltd., Aichi, Japan, ***The Department of Cardiovascular Physiology, Okayama University Graduate School of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Okayama, Japan.

From this In Vitro Study, Shoichiro Yano and his team hypothesized that:

“…mechanical stretching on the epidermis or keratinocytes enables epidermal regeneration and establishes new methods of keratinocyte proliferation….”

Aging decreases collagen IV expression in vivo in the dermoepidermal junction and in vitro in dermal fibroblasts: possible involvement of TGF-β1.

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BY: Feru J , Delobbe E , Ramont L , Brassart B , Terryn C , Dupont-Deshorgue A , Garbar C , Monboisse JC , Maquart FX , Brassart-Pasco S

Age-Related Functional and Structural Changes in Human Dermo-Epidermal Junction Components
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BY: Béatrice Le Varlet, Catherine Chaudagne, Alex Saunois, Patrick Barré, Céline Sauvage, Béatrice Berthouloux, Alain Meybeck, Marc Dumas, and Frédéric Bonté.
LVMH Recherce, Nanterre Cedex, France; Parfums Christian Dior, Saint-Jean-de-Braye, Cedex, France.

In vitro and in vivo studies with tetra-hydro-jasmonic acid (LR2412) reveal its potential to correct signs of skin ageing
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BY: C. Tran, J.F. Michelet, L. Simonetti, F. Fiat, A. Garrigues, A. Potter, E. Segot, R.E.B. Watson, C.E.M. Griffiths,O. de Lacharriere
L’Oreal Research and Innovation Clichy, Aulnay sous Bois, Chevilly-Larue, France 2 Dermatology Research Centre Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences, The
University of Manchester, Manchester Academic Health Science Centre, Manchester, UK *Correspondence: C. Tran.

Coenzyme Q10 protects against oxidative stress-induced cell death and enhances the synthesis of basement membrane components in dermal and epidermal cells

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BY: Keiko Muta-Takada, Takatomo Terada, Haruyo Yamanishi, Yutaka Ashida, Shinji Inomata, Toshio Nishiyama, and Satoshi Amano
Shiseido Research Center, Yokohama, Japan
Faculty of Agriculture, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Fuchu, Japan

Overcoming the Stratum Corneum: The Modulation of Skin Penetration – Review

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BY: H. Trommer
R.H.H. Neubert School of Pharmacy, Institute of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Halle , Germany

Skin Barrier and Transdermal Drug Delivery

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BY: Mark R Prausnitz , Peter M Elias , Thomas J Franz , Matthias Schmuth , Jui-Chen Tsai , Gopinathan K Menon , Walter M Holleran and Kenneth R Feingold

A histological study of human wrinkle structures: comparison between sun-exposed areas of the face, with or without wrinkles, and sun-protected areas
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Institut de Recherche en Biologie et Dermatologie, 5–7 rue de Seichamps, 54425 Pulnoy, France
Centre de Recherches des Laboratoires Serobiologiques SA, 3 rue de Seichamps, 54425 Pulnoy, France

Our Experience with Wisebands: A New Skin and Soft-Tissue Stretch Device
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BY: Yoav Barnea, M.D., Eyal Gur, M.D., Aharon Amir, M.D., David Leshem, M.D., Arik Zaretski, M.D., Raphael Shafir, M.D., and Jerry Weiss, M.D.
Tel-Aviv, Israel