Congratulations to our SoME® Skincare Brand Ambassador, Molly on the cover of NewBeauty’s Summer/Fall Issue! We love your energy and positivity!
Can you do a vampire facial at home? Yep, you can now get PRP added into your skin care. Dr. Sejal Shah, a dermatologist in New York, recommends SoME® Skincare to help smooth texture, fade fine lines, and stimulate collagen and elastin production.
SoME® Skincare was just announced as the winner of the NewBeauty Beauty Authority Innovation Award! New is good; effective is better. Out of all the launches of the past year, these groundbreaking debuts got rave reviews from experts, editors and pretty much everyone who tried them.
Poised to revolutionize the personal skincare regimen, SoME® Skincare from Aesthetics Biomedical®, Inc. (Phoenix, Ariz.) is the first home-use product to be based on autologous platelet-rich plasma (PRP), a proven technology packed with growth factors and other constituents that promote healing and the generation of healthier tissue. The product has undergone rigorous scientific study by top professionals and represents the future of skincare.
The arrival of SoME® Skincare couldn’t be better timed. Regenerative medicine is gaining traction and will likely become the standard of care with applications across all fields of medicine. PRP itself, an early example of this, has been used with confidence within the industry for years to refresh skin, promote healing, and as an adjunct to various skin rejuvenating and hair restoration therapies.
SoME® Skincare is no different, but it is better – after constitution in-office using a patient’s autologous PRP and a proprietary blend of all-natural ingredients, patients can take it home, where it remains viable for up to 90 days.
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Model and actress Molly Sims has landed a new role as the face of Aesthetics Biomedical’s skincare brand ‘SoME® Skincare.’
The “Las Vegas” star — who often shares beauty tips via her blog — has been snapped up to act as brand ambassador for the at-home PRP (platelet rich plasma) label, whose tagline is “Skincare That’s All You.” Salon-based PRP skin treatments, otherwise known as “vampire facials,” involve patients using their own plasma to stimulate natural collagen and elastin, in a bid to increase the skin’s firmness and luminosity, while reducing the appearance of fine lines, discoloration and puffiness.
“I’m a huge believer in PRP!” said Sims in a statement. “Years ago my dermatologists introduced me to PRP in conjunction with microneedling treatments. I instantly became obsessed with it, so it was a dream come true when I found out that Aesthetics Biomedical developed SoME® Skincare because I now have the unprecedented ability to harness the benefits of PRP at home in my daily skincare!”
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Platelet Rich Plasma.
Have you heard the hype!?
To put it simply, PRP is a concentrate of platelet-rich plasma protein derived from whole blood (YOUR blood), spun to remove red blood cells.
The idea is that this protein will trigger your body to grow new, healthy cells and promote healing. PRP is often used in orthopedics as injections in various areas of the body, but it’s gaining popular momentum in the aesthetic world of in-office skincare treatments, like Vivace micro-needling. The Vivace® + PRP combination is a powerful combination to stimulate collagen production—and I’ve seen the results first-hand on myself.
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Because Molly Sims personifies the Girl Next Door, NewBeauty reached out to chat beauty hacks, aging in the public eye and her new gig as Brand Ambassador for SoME® Skincare That’s All You.
Molly Sims at RealSelf House of Modern Beauty launching as brand ambassador for SoME® Skincare That’s All You
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Molly Sims SoME® Skincare Appearance
The 46-year-old model, actress, and mother of three certainly has a lot to say about both skin care and being a businesswoman, thanks to her lengthy career in Hollywood. And being the beauty lover she is, Sims most recently partnered with a new brand called SoME® Skincare, which combines good-for-your-skin ingredients with your own platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to create a customized product to boost radiance, enhance skin tone and texture, and reduce sun damage. A product that’s prepared by your physician, this serum brings advanced skin care into your own home—a process that Sims feels rather passionate about.
SoME® Skincare is the first personalized skincare product of its kind that combines its proprietary vehicle with autologous PRP for a safe, effective and personal at-home skincare option, according to the release.
Lawrence Rheins, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer and a study author says in addition to ongoing studies to build evidence on platelets in aesthetic medicine, “An additional focus for 2020 will evaluate the role of SoME® Skincare as a simplified anti-aging treatment approach to reduce the current practice of using multiple skincare product regimens and the value of using the body’s own platelet-rich biomolecules as the key source to provide a comprehensive regenerative aesthetic appearance.”
Johanna Trupp of Localish tries PRP-personalized skincare from Dr. Sejal Shah of Smarterskin Dermatology.
Aesthetics Biomedical® recently came out with a skincare line called SoME® Skincare. (Get it? So ME because it’s made from ME)! It’s a serum that can stabilize and preserve each person’s PRP for up to 3 months. So, not only can you avoid a painful injection but you just got the most personalized skincare… ever!
Iconic Paula Abdul is Aesthetics Biomedical’s Ambassador for SoME® Skincare Debut Campaign
Legendary Performer Chooses Personalized Skincare for Straight Up Results
The innovators at Aesthetics Biomedical (ABM), a leading aesthetics product development corporation, announce pop icon Paula Abdul as brand ambassador for the debut of SoME® Skincare That’s All You.
Many physicians are already using platelet-rich plasma (PRP) in practice to enhance results from skin rejuvenating and hair replacement procedures. Now new scientific developments suggest that doctor’s also could be using enriched platelet cells derived from the patient’s whole blood to make a personalized skincare product, according to dermatologist Zoe Diana Draelos, M.D., who practices in High Point, N.C., and founded Dermatology Consulting Services, a company that works with firms to develop formulations and conduct product testing.
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