Women spend billions of dollars a year on skin care trying to prevent the signs of aging and maintain a youthful appearance. The dirty little secret in the beauty industry is that most of these serums and lotions fail to deliver results. While these products may contain ingredients that can fight the signs of aging in tissue cultures in test tubes and Petri dishes, on human faces they don't because they merely sit on the top layer of skin, the epidermis.
"For years, dermatologist have known that the lotions and serums patients use fail to deliver the results they promise because they don't penetrate the skin at a deep enough level," said Robert Chancellor M.D., Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon and former Chief Resident in Head & Neck Surgery at UCLA. "Without actually penetrating the skin, lotions and serums cannot aid with collagen production to help fight wrinkles."
Having treated patients frustrated with expensive, non-penetrating creams for years, Beverly Hills dermatologist and UCLA Professor Douglas Hamilton. M. D. has created Dr. Hamilton's DEEP, a collection of products engineered to solve skin penetration issues. DEEP's signature product, the DEEP Delivery Enhancer, is a patent pending, unique powder that changes into a lotion in the palm of your hand. When applied to the skin, the DEEP Delivery Enhancer prepares the skin so that lotions and serums penetrate the epidermis to reach the dermis where wrinkle fighting collagen are produced