Neova® is the first clinical skin care company to bring real innovation to the photo aging category by introducing Copper Peptide Complex® technology products. These award-winning formulas target photodamaged skin, help to visibly repair it and revolutionize the way women care for their skin. Neova® is among the first skin care brands to make the association between DNA damage and premature skin aging and provides complete, continuous and optimized correction with DNA Repair and Copper Combination Therapy skin care.
The Science of Skin Care: Exceeding Physician & Patient Expectations
Building on a history of innovation, Neova® provides physician dispensed skin care, including those based on its clinically proven Copper Peptide Complex® and DNA Repair technologies which continue to transform the Science of Skin Care with unique, advanced formulations.
Neova®’s broad range of science-driven products offer effective solutions for skin and hair health, with a focus on anti-aging, advanced sun protection, post procedure care, hair restoration and hair transplant care.
Neova® products allow the physician to dispense clinically-based skin care for all skin types. Patients are provided with a complete skin care regimen, encouraging compliance through simplicity, effectiveness, and elegant, cosmetically pleasant formulations. Neova® products are also intended to prepare skin for cosmetic surgeries and enhance post procedure recovery.
Clinical Proof: Real Science. Proven Results
Clinical research has demonstrated that copper and DNA repair play fundamental roles in skin health. By prompting the skin’s ability to self-correct, copper is a powerful collagen and elastin promoter and plays an antioxidative role in the body, increasing the benefits of natural tissue building processes. The role of DNA repair enzymes for intense reparation and protection has been documented in multiple clinical studies, proving that the consequences of UV-induced damage can be significantly reduced.
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