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Shop Cosmeceuticals Products Online Cosmeceuticals are cosmetic products with biologically active ingredients claiming to enhance skincare efficacy.  At Medical Purchasing Resource, we work tirelessly to provide you with the best products available which are designed to improve skin health and repair damage that causes specific skin conditions and visible signs of aging such as fine lines, wrinkles, laxity and hyperpigmentation.  These products offer a bridge between prescription-based products and over-the-counter cosmetics and are backed by medically accepted science that proves their efficacy.   Our cosmeceuticals are choosen and designed to work synergistically with clinical procedures and other professional treatments to yield dramatic skin improvement.  Find more information on some of our top brands such as Ageless Serums, Benev, Bio-Infusion and Skingenuity.

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    Ageless - Product Catalog - Hydrafacial Comparisons
    Part Number: PC-Ageless
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    Ageless Serums - Starter Package
    Part Number: A001
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    Growth Factor Hydrogel Face Mask (Box of 5 Masks)
    Part Number: GBGFRM5
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    Growth Factor Rejuvenating Complex (10 x 4ml Vials)
    Part Number: GBGFRCS10
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    Hydrafacial - ANTIOX+ Skin Solution - New Bottle Style
    Part Number: 7000113
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    Hydrafacial - BETA-HD CLEAR Skin Solution - New Bottle Style
    Part Number: 7000111
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    Hydrafacial - MURAD VITA-C Booster Serum - 6 Pack
    Part Number: 2000018
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    Hydrafacial - Perk Eye Replenishing Serum - 1 Vial
    Part Number: 70480
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    Hydrafacial - Perk Lip Revitalizing Serum - 1 Vial
    Part Number: 70481
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    Hydrafacial - TRIHEX-PRO Skin Booster Serum - 6 Pack
    Part Number: 70467
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    Hyluronic Acid Moisturizer with Antioxidant Complex - 8 oz. Bottle
    Part Number: A835
    $30.00 available on subscription
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    Mandelic Pro-Gel 20% - 8 oz. Bottle
    Part Number: A855
    $100.00 available on subscription
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    Obagi - ELASTIderm Eye Cream - Eye Essential Gift Set
    Part Number: 220304B
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    Obagi - ELASTiderm Eye Serum - DePuffing Eye Care Gift Set
    Part Number: 220304A
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    Patient Post Care Treatment Kit - Microneedling
    Part Number: E-PCK
    $17.50 available on subscription
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    Pure Klenz - Cleanser 8oz Bottle
    Part Number: APK-1
    $32.00 available on subscription
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    Benev - Cosmeceuticals - Customer Order Form v040122
    Part Number: A-OF-B
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    Benev - Exosomes - Customer Order Form v062122
    Part Number: E-OF-B
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    Benev - Crystal Cleanser - 5oz / 150ml
    Part Number: BR-20CC
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    Benev - Crystal Facial Cleanser - 32oz / 960ml
    Part Number: BB-2003
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    Benev - AHA Body Cleanser - 5oz / 150ml
    Part Number: BR-20GF
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    Benev - AHA Body Cleanser - 32oz / 960ml
    Part Number: PB-2015
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    Benev - AHA Exfoliator - Glycolic Gel 7.5% - 8oz / 240ml
    Part Number: PB-2013
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    Benev - AHA Exfoliator - Glycolic 35% - 2oz. / 60ml
    Part Number: PB-2011


1. What is the difference between cosmetics and cosmeceuticals?

Cosmetics are products that are sold in mass at retail outlets like pharmacies, department stores, and in the ever-increasing online world. Cosmetic products will help maintain your skin by providing temporary results, but they will not help with the management of your skin’s well-being.

Although some cosmetics contain active ingredients, the levels of these active ingredients are significantly low, and won’t necessarily be able to offer long-term improvements and changes to the skin.

Cosmeceuticals are often restricted to professional skincare professionals, where a consultation will be provided by a qualified skin therapist.

2. Are cosmeceuticals FDA approved?

As far as the FDA is concerned, there is no provision for a cosmeceutical. A product is either regulated as a cosmetic or it’s regulated as a drug, and where it falls all depends on the types of claims that are being made,” says cosmetic chemist Jim Hammer.

Cosmetics are intended to beautify, promote attractiveness, alter appearance or cleanse. Cosmetics are not approved by FDA for sale nor are they intended to effect structure or function of the body.

Back to cosmetics & U.S. Law; the law does not require cosmetic products and ingredients, other than color additives, to have FDA approval before they go on the market, but there are laws and regulations that apply to cosmetics on the market in interstate commerce. FDA regulates cosmetics under the authority of these laws.

Cosmeceutical products can also support skin concerns at a deeper level compared to general cosmetics. The best part of all of this is that cosmeceuticals are for everyone; men and women of all ages and skin concerns.

In summary, cosmetics primarily work the surface of the skin. Cosmeceuticals are designed to work into and within the skin’s layers and cells. This allows cosmeceuticals to work more effectively than cosmetics and is also why they’re the preferred choice of skincare by professionals.

3. What makes a product a cosmeceutical?

Cosmeceuticals are often restricted to professional skincare professionals, where a consultation will be provided by a qualified skin therapist. These products may offer significantly higher concentrations of active ingredients and delivery systems and are supported by scientific backing.

These results-focused products contain optimum concentrations of ingredients, along
with the addition of complex formulations, and can help create visible change to the overall appearance of the skin. Cosmeceutical products can also support skin concerns at a deeper level compared to general cosmetics.

4. Are cosmeceuticals drugs?

Although cosmeceuticals are not pharmaceuticals, they fill a role in today’s cosmetic industry. They treat aesthetic issues including, hyperpigmentation, puffiness, big pores, and eczema. However, the vast bulk of cosmeceutical products is developed to battle signs of ageing, loss of skin suppleness and texture, and age spots.

Cosmeceuticals are skincare treatments that include bioactive chemicals that might cause physiologic effects. In simplest terms, cosmeceutical skincare does more than simply help your skin look more impressive; it can also increase the quality of your skin.

5. Why Choose Med Purchasing?

As a medical professional, you want your patients to feel their best, but you need the right tools to help them do so. Med Purchasing is committed to providing you with the best in class and competitively priced options you need so you can continue to serve your clients at the highest level.

6. What are the benefits of cosmeceuticals?

One of the biggest benefits is that cosmeceutical products can significantly improve your skin’s appearance and the behavior of your skin cells without a trip to the doctor for a prescription. They contain stronger concentrations of medical-grade ingredients that have been tried and tested by science allowing for higher-quality results. Though they can be more expensive, many clients consider them to be a better value. With higher quality ingredients, you can expect better results that last longer than over-the-counter products. However, it is important to note that they will not produce results similar to that of cosmetic procedures such as botox or injectable fillers.

7. What is a cosmeceutical skin care product?

Cosmeceutical skincare relates to products that contain active ingredients. These include things like vitamins, antioxidants and even botanicals that are used in products to enhance their potency and benefits to the skin.

Cosmeceuticals can only be purchased through licensed skincare professionals to ensure that the products you select are right for your needs and skin.

8. What is the difference between pharmaceutical and cosmeceutical?

In short, the main differences between Cosmeceutical Graded and Pharmaceutical Graded products are within the following three points: How it works: the depth of skin layer they can penetrate into. According to the FDA, the ingredients within a Cosmeceutical Graded product are required to be 70% pure.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) divides skin care products into two separate categories:  cosmetic & pharmaceutical. Pharmaceutical products undergo rigorous testing that can go on for more than 10 years and cost millions of dollars.

Pharmaceutical-grade products are only available through a licensed professional. These products not only contain a higher percentage of active ingredients, but a higher quality of each ingredient. According to the FDA, pharmaceutical-grade products are required to be 99% pure, whereas cosmetic grade products are only required to be 70% pure. Active ingredients are those that can make a change in your skin such as (reducing wrinkles, pigmentation, alleviate acne, etc.).

9. What do I need to bear in mind with care for mature skin?

As skin matures, it starts to show signs of age. The body produces less elastin and collagen (the proteins that plump and firm skin), causing the skin to appear thin and loose, meaning it forms lines and wrinkles more easily. Your skin also stops producing the same level of moisture, so you’ll find it gets drier as you get older. You’ll also notice skin’s pigment cells will also start to show in areas where you’ve accumulated sun damage, forming age spots.

Part of caring for mature skin is looking for ways to maintain collagen. Usually, this means adding a moisturizer or other product that contains retinol to your skin care routine. Retinol helps speed up the rate at which skin turns over new cells, giving skin a brighter, younger look.

10. What is especially important when it comes to caring for sensitive skin?

Sensitive skin is a very common skin condition that affects millions of people around the globe. Typically, sensitive skin reacts to certain ingredients, but it can also be exacerbated by stress, pollution, hormonal changes, anxiety, environmental, or lifestyle triggers. Sensitive skin cannot really be defined, but some skin reactions are common among people with sensitive skin. When you have sensitive skin, your skincare routine is very important.

Wash your skin.  Washing your skin properly is one of the primary and essential beauty and skin care tips for sensitive skin as the accumulation of dirt, dust and dead skin cells may lead to acne, pimples and several other skin issues. You must wash your skin a minimum 2 times thoroughly on a daily basis and keep it fresh and clean.

11. How can I find the right product for my skin?

Determine your skin type. Knowing your skin type is essential to finding the right products to care for it. The basic types are normal, oily, dry, combination, sensitive, acne-prone, aging and normal. Your type is determined by the size of your pores, the degree of oil and moisture in your skin, and its sensitivity to environmental irritants.

What to do?  For skin veering on the thin side, look for products with high levels of retinol-the most effective ingredient for skin plumping and strengthening the epidermis. Retinol also aids in improving thick skin because it stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, which makes skin firmer and tighter.