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Tissue Repair is an Australian-based company that has developed a innovative β-glucan molecule called Glucoprime® which is designed for skin care and delivered topically in a hydrogel formulation.

Tissue Repair

Tissue Repair is an Australian-based company that has developed a innovative β-glucan molecule called Glucoprime® which is delivered topically in a hydrogel formulation and assist skin healing.

There has been an increasing amount of research done to investigate the role that β-glucans can play in not only food and cosmetics, but also in a variety of therapeutic applications1,2.  This research has provided compelling evidence that β-glucans can improve the healing of skin, and can be particularly beneficial following cosmetic procedures. Tissue Repair has used this understanding as a foundation to develop Glucoprime®, a specific form of β-glucan which has a molecular structure ideally suited for skin care.  Glucoprime® has been formulated into a soothing hydrogel called TR Pro+ which can be applied after cosmetic procedures.

Tissue Repair has completed a number of clinical studies to validate the benefits of TR Pro+, the most recent being on 42 patients who had undergone fractionated CO2 laser treatment.  In this study the patient cohort that was treated with TR Pro+ was shown to have significantly improved skin quality based on measures of wrinkling and elastosis compared to the placebo group.

Due in part to their superior hydrating ability, β-glucan-containing products like TR Pro+ offer a cosmetic alternative to other more invasive treatments aimed at the reduction of fine lines and wrinkles such as injectable collagen, hyaluronic acid and Botox.

Tissue Repair

Tissue Repair is an Australian-based company that has developed a innovative β-glucan molecule called Glucoprime® which is delivered topically in a hydrogel formulation and assist skin healing.

There has been an increasing amount of research done to investigate the role that β-glucans can play in not only food and cosmetics, but also in a variety of therapeutic applications1,2.  This research has provided compelling evidence that β-glucans can improve the healing of skin, and can be particularly beneficial following cosmetic procedures. Tissue Repair has used this understanding as a foundation to develop Glucoprime®, a specific form of β-glucan which has a molecular structure ideally suited for skin care.  Glucoprime® has been formulated into a soothing hydrogel called TR Pro+ which can be applied after cosmetic procedures.

Tissue Repair has completed a number of clinical studies to validate the benefits of TR Pro+, the most recent being on 42 patients who had undergone fractionated CO2 laser treatment.  In this study the patient cohort that was treated with TR Pro+ was shown to have significantly improved skin quality based on measures of wrinkling and elastosis compared to the placebo group.

Due in part to their superior hydrating ability, β-glucan-containing products like TR Pro+ offer a cosmetic alternative to other more invasive treatments aimed at the reduction of fine lines and wrinkles such as injectable collagen, hyaluronic acid and Botox.