CosmetaLife Concludes New Wrinkle Treatement Trial

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CosmetaLife clinical trial results could lead to availability of more natural, longer lasting, cost-effective treatment for deep lines and wrinkles by 2009.

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Gel-Del Technologies, a St. Paul, Minnesota based biomedical device company announced that it has concluded clinical trials of CosmetaLife, a dermal filler injection that company officials say holds potential to be a more effective alternative to currently available treatments for deep lines and wrinkles that activates a more natural skin correction.

The company began clinical trials of CosmetaLife, a gel-particle product for injection to correct wrinkles, at six U.S. sites in 2006. The company hopes to introduce the product to the rapidly growing $1 billion cosmetic augmentation market in 2009.

David B. Masters, Ph.D., Gel-Del Technologies founder and president, is the inventor of the technology and its related products.

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