Navigation Links
Divine Skin Rolls Out Polaris API Solution 9: A New Technology for Physicians
Date:11/9/2011

MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Nov. 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Biotech developer Divine Skin Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: DSKX) which has been expanding the topical hair-growth segment, is rolling out that market's newest, most potent, only customizable system, Polaris API Solution 9, to be supplied by physicians for treatment through multiple methods of action.

With well-established materials like minoxidil sulfate, finasteride, alfatradiol, and other active ingredients, Polaris API Solution 9 is the most complete solution that can be used for hair loss, either by prescription or over the counter configured to the individual needs of the patient by physicians. The current sales leader contains only 5% minoxidil in a standard carrier.

"We are launching a new category," declared CEO Daniel Khesin, speaking on a conference call with investors. "We expect this line to change the game and to offer a powerful new tool for dermatologists that can really make a difference in their approach to treatment."

Half of all men will experience some hair loss by age 50, and they can only purchase the customized Polaris product through physicians, who can create the potent mix of active pharmaceutical ingredients (API).

Divine Skin, which posted revenue of $5.4 million in 2010 — up 55 percent over the previous year — creates a major new revenue stream with Polaris API Solution 9, and stockholders expect to benefit for several years.

In published clinical trials, each major component of the new API — minoxidil sulfate, finasteride, and alfatradiol — has proven to inhibit androgenic alopecia (male pattern baldness) effectively. The system also includes other auxiliary agents like apple polyphenol, copper peptides, nutrients, and conditioners to enhance the formula further.

"With very few options available," says Khesin, "Polaris API Solution 9
'/>"/>

SOURCE Divine Skin Inc.
Copyright©2010 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3

Related biology technology :

1. Divine Skin Posts Record Sales for 2010: Up 55% Over 2009
2. Divine Skin Announces Four Deals for Explosive Distribution Growth
3. First-quarter 2011 Sales Reach $2.25M — 126% Growth Over Q1 of 2010 — for Biotech Developer Divine Skin
4. Robin Powell Becomes President at Biotech Leader Divine Skin (DSKX)
5. Biotech Developer Divine Skin (DSKX) Debuts New Hair-Growth Molecule Nanoxidil
6. Divine Skin Posts Record Q2 Revenue of $2.33 Million, up 79 Percent From 2010
7. GeneNews rolls out ColonSentry(TM) test in additional Toronto area labs
8. Rice rolls out new nanocars
9. YM BIOSCIENCES REPORTS DAIICHI-SANKYO ENROLLS FIRST PATIENTS IN PHASE II, FIRST-LINE LUNG CANCER TRIAL WITH NIMOTUZUMAB
10. YM BioSciences enrolls first US patient in Phase II randomized, double-blind brain metastases trial for nimotuzumab
11. Polaris Enrolls First Patient in Phase 2 Clinical Trial of ADI-PEG 20 for the Treatment of Malignant Mesothelioma
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:9/30/2014)... Lyme Research Alliance (LRA), the ... at universities, today announced the awarding of seven grants ... and cure for Lyme and other tick-borne diseases. ... in its history—over 20 grant proposals—a 100 percent increase ... to receive so many solid applications from talented scientists ...
(Date:9/30/2014)... Windsor, CT (PRWEB) September 30, 2014 ... distributor of scientific research products, recently opened an ... its comprehensive cell culture product lines developed and ... through its online store include Biological Industries’ Nutristem® ... (hMSC) and human embryonic stem cell (hESC) culture. ...
(Date:9/30/2014)... 2014 UFP Technologies, a producer ... has recently introduced a custom insulated shipping container ... The new insulated shipper solves the issue of ... UFP Technologies’ BioShell is a universal storage container ... handling and shipping. The insulated shipper keeps frozen ...
(Date:9/30/2014)... Toronto, Ontario, Canada (PRWEB) September 30, 2014 ... requirements based on 500 square feet. per employee, which included ... different world back then.” says Jeff Howell, partner at ... tenant advisory firm in Toronto. “By the year 2000, ... We are now seeing that number come down to 175 ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Lyme Research Alliance Awards Nearly $600,000 in New Grants 2Lyme Research Alliance Awards Nearly $600,000 in New Grants 3Lyme Research Alliance Awards Nearly $600,000 in New Grants 4Rainbow Scientific, Inc. opens online store for state-of-the-art stem cell culture and cytogenetic reagents 2UFP Technologies Introduces Insulated Shipping Container For Bulk Drug Transportation 2UFP Technologies Introduces Insulated Shipping Container For Bulk Drug Transportation 3ITRA Global Reports on How Companies Are Squeezing More Employees into Less Office Space 2ITRA Global Reports on How Companies Are Squeezing More Employees into Less Office Space 3
... with the 20th Anniversary of the Draper Prize, Draper Laboratory, in ... new website for students and adults to learn about the impact ... accomplishments of the 32 engineers who have been awarded "Engineering,s Nobel" ... ...
... 12 Neurobiological Technologies, Inc. (NTI(R)) (Nasdaq: ... and six-month periods ended December 31, 2008. Revenues for ... compared to $3.7 million for the second quarter of ... for the three months ended December 31, 2008 compared ...
... Calif., Feb. 12 iZumi Bio, Inc., announced,today the ... and a,member of the company,s Board of Directors. ... Inc. which merged with Transcept Pharmaceuticals,Inc. in January 2009. ... , iZumi Bio is focused ...
Cached Biology Technology:New Educational Website Celebrates the Accomplishments of Engineers 2Neurobiological Technologies Reports Second Quarter Fiscal 2009 Financial Results 2Neurobiological Technologies Reports Second Quarter Fiscal 2009 Financial Results 3Neurobiological Technologies Reports Second Quarter Fiscal 2009 Financial Results 4iZumi Bio, Inc., Appoints John Walker as Chief Executive Officer 2
(Date:9/30/2014)... Winners of The Economist,s prestigious Innovation awards 2014 will ... at the JW Marriott Hong Kong on Friday, October 10 th ... experiences and the lessons those hold for others. The awards, which ... past decade, will be presented at a ceremony in ... be the first time the ceremony has come to ...
(Date:9/29/2014)... a NASA story from 2009, "human activities in this area ... issue. Palm oil is increasingly grown for use as a ... processed foods. It has become the most widely produced edible ... years to surpass that of soybean oil. , The environmental ... be cleared to grow the crop, and the preferred method ...
(Date:9/29/2014)... Mountain pine beetles get a bad rap, and understandably ... trees over tens of millions of acres in the ... , But contrary to popular belief, these pests may ... those that have recently swept through the region. Instead, ... ecological severity of fires than these bark-boring beetles. , ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Hear from The Economist's 2014 Innovation Award Winners at Innovation Summit on October 10th in Hong Kong 2Hear from The Economist's 2014 Innovation Award Winners at Innovation Summit on October 10th in Hong Kong 3Hear from The Economist's 2014 Innovation Award Winners at Innovation Summit on October 10th in Hong Kong 4Hear from The Economist's 2014 Innovation Award Winners at Innovation Summit on October 10th in Hong Kong 5Hear from The Economist's 2014 Innovation Award Winners at Innovation Summit on October 10th in Hong Kong 6Hear from The Economist's 2014 Innovation Award Winners at Innovation Summit on October 10th in Hong Kong 7Tree killers, yes, fire starters, no: Mountain pine beetles get a bad rap, study says 2Tree killers, yes, fire starters, no: Mountain pine beetles get a bad rap, study says 3Tree killers, yes, fire starters, no: Mountain pine beetles get a bad rap, study says 4
... developed a new technique for creating human embryonic stem ... cells. The fusion causes the adult cells to undergo ... developmental characteristics of human embryonic stem cells. , ... nuclear transfer (SCNT), a method that is currently used ...
... Remains of photosynthesizing microbes in prehistoric rocks suggest Earth ... techniques to previously unexamined rock formations has turned up ... decades-long scientific argument. , The study appears in the ... Olcott, a Ph.D. student of earth sciences in the ...
... with mice, researchers have found that nicotine triggers ... as heroin their addictively rewarding properties--including associating an ... nicotine does not directly activate the brain's opiate ... in the brain. , The researchers, led by ...
Cached Biology News:Researchers devise new technique for creating human stem cells 2Researchers devise new technique for creating human stem cells 3Researchers devise new technique for creating human stem cells 4Study casts doubt on 'Snowball Earth' theory 2Nicotine triggers the same brain reward circuitry as opiates 2
... EZ-Spread Plating Beads Sterile plating in ... glass rods and potentially hazardous ethanol flaming, ... choices of ready-to-use sterile packaging: dispenser bottle for ... plating, Fastest and easiest way to ...
The new Silencer siRNA Starter Kit is perfect for researchers new to RNAi. It provides all of the reagents, protocols, and instructions necessary to get underway with siRNA transfection and ensure su...
... a regulated environment, Pipette Tracker Pro ... that automates gravimetric pipette calibration and ... meets todays regulatory compliance requirements. Pipette ... that includes a full security implementation, ...
... the yolk protein Vtg in plasma from juvenile ... biomarker for endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) with estrogenic ... an accepted screening test for the estrogenic effects ... EIA kit is a double-antibody immunometric (sandwich) EIA ...
Biology Products: