ScienceDuring their clinical trials, researchers used ultra-violet photography to analyze skin damage, which led to the development of the patented Molecular Dispersion Technology. This delivery system allows the skin to fully absorb vitamins, which reduces fine lines and wrinkles, repairs sun damage, evens discoloration, treats acne and rosacea, and improves skin texture.SolutionsOne of its most popular products, Somme Institute A-Bomb, fights the signs of aging, acne, rosacea and sun damage in one lightweight cream. Another customer favorite, Somme Institute Neckline, targets the sagging neck and chest area most women forget. It firms, lightens, smooths and hydrates, shaving years off your appearance.BackgroundSince 1994, Somme Institute skin care has been a leader in attaining a beautiful complexion. After years of disappointment from existing products that did not meet consumer expectations, Somme Institute formed for the purpose of making perfect skin a reachable goal. In 1996, clinical trials began testing ingredients to see what delivered results to the skin and what didn't. Through the use of Ultra Violet (UV) photography, participants' skin surface and subsurface conditions became visible. After over 10 years of testing, development and "tracking" more than 5,000 participants, Somme Institute discovered and developed a patented technology called Molecular Dispersion Technology 5 (MDT5).
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