Alastin Skincare utilizing Delfin instrumentation in clinical research
Alastin Skincare puts great emphasis on scientific product R&D
Alastin Skincare is a fast growing physician-dispensed skin care brand which produces innovative, scientifically proven and clinically tested products. Alastin Skincare puts in great emphasis on product R&D and pharmaceutical science to provide effective and innovative products for customers.
Alastin skincare has decades of experince and deep understunding of science, and the functioning of the skin, which is utilized in their clinical research. The instrumentation of Delfin Technologies have fit well the product R&D and clinical trials of the Alastin Skincare. Out of the wide portfolio of Delfin skin research instrumentation, the SkinColorCatch and SkinFibroMeter are the choice of Alastin Skincare.
”The [Delfin] instruments have suited our clinicals well for measurements of skin tissue firmness and color.”
– Michaela Bell, Alastin Skincare
Alastin Skincare appreciates the Delfin customer service and easy-to-use instruments
When asked which features you are most happy with in Delfin instruments, Michaela Bell of Alasin Skincare replied – ”ease of use of the instruments and the wireless data capture”.
The portability and easiness of use have been key features of Delfin product development from the earliest stages to hand customers simple and wireless instruments. All measurement data of Delfin instruments can be wirelessly transferred to Delfin Modular Core (DMC) Software for data storage and collection and exported for further statistical analysis.
”Delfin has an extremely knowledgeable team and rapid replies to assist with all questions.”
–Michaela Bell, Alastin Skincare
Delfin puts great emphasis and high priority for customer service to share its knowledge and experience with the customers.
Alastin Skincare takes part in clinical skin research
Michaela Bell of Alastin Skincare was one of the authors in a study conducted by Widgerow et al (2020) to test topical formulas to enhance bruise healing and reduce the severity of bruising. With a compound utilizing peptides and active agents Widgerow et al. (2020) were able to achieve significant results in reduction of bruise color intensity. In this study the assesments of bruise color were made with the Delfin SkinColorCatch.
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Widgerow, A. D. et al. (2020) ‘Developing a topical adjunct to injectable procedures’, Journal of Drugs in Dermatology, 19(4), pp. 398–404.