DRA Pharmaceuticals, 15 Victoria Link, Route 21 Corporate Park, Centurion, South Africa +27 12 345 1756 info@skinscripts.co.za

About Us

Skin Scripts is a cosmetic range that is developed by a pharmacists and is manufactured in South Africa.

Experience a new generation of skincare with the ability to repair and renew with long term results.  On offer now is a skin care product that gives relief from fine lines and wrinkles, moisturize and protect your youthful skin for the long-term, it not only turns back the clock, but it keeps it there for long term skin care beauty.

Safe to use everyday.  Great for all skin types.

What you will see:

  • A dramatic reduction of fine lines, wrinkles, and the signs of aging.
  • Brightening and clarification of age spots, dullness and uneven pigmentation.
  • Increase in skin hydration.
  • Skin will become soft and supple, even in tone, and regain its firmness.
  • Skin and it will become measurably thicker and more youthful in appearance.
  • Others will notice and comment on how good your skin looks!

 

5 thoughts on “About Us”

  1. Agness says:

    I need something to even tone my skin ,I have wrinkles on my hands and blemishes and stretched marks

    1. Rene Cloete says:

      We have stretch mark cream that will help for the wrinkles and stretch marks. There is an Eventone Moisturiser, toner for blemishes.

    2. Rene Cloete says:

      Aging Leads to Irregular Pigmentation
      • More than 90 % of Caucasian subjects aged over 50 are affected by pigment spots.
      • New studies showed that irregular pigmentation added up to 10 years on to the perceived age. It also plays a large role in the perception of women’s health.
      Age spots are, for this reason, a major skin concern along with wrinkles and sagging.

      These hyperpigmentations called senile lentigo are typically found on UV-exposed areas of the body. They can range in size from one millimeter up to a few centimeters
      in diameter and vary in color from light brown to black.
      Compared to the surrounding, normally pigmented skin,age spot areas are characterized by:
      • an increased number of melanocytes and an increased production of melanin
      • the overproduction of a second pigment, lipofuscin, a complex made of oxidized proteins and lipids, which accumulates with age

      .Age Spots
      • Two types of pigments are present in age spots, the melanins and lipofuscin.
      • Melanin are overproduced in the spot area because of exposure to UV radiation.
      • Oxidized proteins and lipids form insoluble, dark pigmented complexes which are called lipofuscin.
      • Accumulation of oxidized proteins and thus lipofuscin formation is normally prevented by the proteasome (enzyme) system. It is a complex of proteases that specifically recognizes damaged proteins and then degrades them completely.
      • Proteasome activity is known to decline with advancing age, explaining why uneven pigmentation or age spots formed as a result of lipofusion is a typical symptom of old age.

      How to treat Age Spots
      Age spots appear on UV-exposed areas of the body mainly after 50. They are characterized by an increased production of two pigments: melanin and lipofuscin The cosmetic treatment of age spots is normally a combination of the regular use of sunscreens for prevention and application of whitening products to fade the spots.
      Chemical peels are another option. But, if not applied only to the spot area, the fading effect is minimal because bleaching creams and peelings will whiten the skin all over. And as most of the women still prefer a slight, healthy-looking tan, they are looking for a product that specifically treats age spots.

      Erasing Age Spots can be done by : a combination of two active substances incorporated into separate liposomes:
      • An extract of Swiss garden cress sprouts which is rich in sulforaphane, a powerful antioxidant phytonutrient
      • Genistein, the biologically active form of the most abundant soy isoflavone.
      The combination prevents and regulates the formation of both pigments. It also inhibits the accumulation of lipofuscin in the skin by activating the proteasome, the cell’s own cleaning system which degrades oxidized proteins.

  2. Sarina / Ruach Lifestyle Specialist says:

    Good day
    I am a qualified skin care therapist from Windhoek, Namibia. Your products look very promising. Do you have a distributor in Namibia? Could you please send me more info e.g a training manual. Will appreciate it tremendously!

    1. Rene Cloete says:

      Hi Sarina, Adeva in Windhoek is our distributor in Namibia tel +268 11291130

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