>> Acetyl Hexapeptide-3
1. Topical Oligopeptide Delivery System.
Fatemeh Mohammadi, Hauppauge, NY(US); Vasile Ionita-Manzatu, Old Bethpage, NY(US); Andrew J.Bevacqua, East Setauket, NY(US); Julius
R.Zecchino, Closter, NJ(US); Anna Czarnota, Huntington, NY(US); Mirela Ionita-Manzatu, Old Bethpage, NY(US). The Estee Lauder Cos, Inc 125
Pinelwan Road Melville, NY 11747(US). Pub.Date:Dec.7,2006.
"EP 1180524 discloses a group of catecholamine inhibiting oligopetides that have the effect of reducing the appearance of lines and wrinkles on
the skin. The contents of this document are incorporated by reference. These peptides are derived from the carboxy end of protein SNAP-25.
Any of these peptides may be useful in connection with the patch of the invention; however, one particularly useful peptide has the formula
Glu-Glu-Met-Gln-Ang-Ang. More specifically, a peptide of this type is acetyl bexapeptide 3, also know commercially as Argireline, manufactured
by Lipotec, andavailable from Centerchem (Norwalk, Conn)."
2. Power Source Electrode Treatment Device.
Dalia Jayes, Modiin (IL); Mordechay Moshkovieh, Ra'anana (IL); Zvi Nitzan, Zofit (IL). Kenyon & Kenyon LLP 1500 K Street N.W., Suite 700
Washington, DC 20005 (US). Pub.Date:Sep.9,2010.
"The treatment device of the present invention is useful for the delivery of cosmetic and cosmecceutical substances, into the skin. Such
substances, include, for example, skin acting anti-oxidants; such as caretenoids, ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) and vitamin E, as well as other
vitamin preparations and other anti-oxidants; anti wrinkling agents such as retinoids, including retinol (vitamin A alcohol), peeling agents, such as
alpha-hydroxic acids, beta-hydroxy acid, better known as salicylic acid, combination-hydroxy acids and poly-hydroxy acids, and hydrolyzed
and soluble collagen and others; moisturizers such as hyaluronic acid and othersl anti-cellulite agents and acetyl-hexapeptide-3 (Argireline),
pentatpeptide-3, palmitoyl-tetrapeptide-3, GHK, Myoximol LS, N6 and Boswellic acids, caffeine and skin whitening agents such as arbutin."
3. Methods And Compositions For Reducing The Appearance Of Dynamic Facial Wrinkles.
Walter p.Smith, New Canaan, CT (US). Louis C.Paul 420 East 61st Street, 8E New York, NY 10021 (US). Pub. Date:Apr.23,2009.
"Argireline (INCI Name: acetyl hexapeptide-3) is marketed by Lipotec, SA and distributed in North America by Centerchem. A Jun 18,2004 article in
the New York Times entitled "New Creams Smooth Wrinkles, But They're Not Botox" quoted the CEO of Centerchem who described Argireline as
having a "de-stressing effect on the skin". Among the many cosmetic products that contain Argireline are Revion's Age Defying Makeups with
Botafirm (a complex comprising the acetyl hexapeptide and botanical extracts)."