Eskeen Laboratories, Inc.


Aging Skin

The face is one of the most complex regions in the human body and research continuously reveals new insights into the complex interplay of the different participating structures. Epidermis, Dermis, and the facial muscles are the key structures in the layered arrangements of the face. Aging occurs in all involved facial structures.

Today’s rejuvenative options should try to restore the natural balance between the different facial structures and facial layers and thus to give back to the skin what is lost during the aging process.


Androgenetic alopecia (AGA) can happen at any age, any race, mainly targeting men. It is a known fact that 40% of the men will have noticeable hair loss by age 35, this number reaches 65% by 60 years of age. Women are also deeply impacted by such process: 50 to 75% of them suffer noticeable hair loss by age 65.

The synonym ‘male-pattern hair loss’ highlights the fact that hair loss occurs in a defined and reproducible pattern. Hair loss results in reduced self-esteem, loss of confidence and anxiety in affected individual.

Superficial Fungal Conditions

Superficial fungal infections are common at all ages, in both sexes, and have a worldwide distribution. These infections include tinea capitis, tinea cruris, tinea pedis, tinea corporis, tinea manuum, tinea barbae, tinea versicolor, and candidal infections are also common.

Treatment modalities include oral and topical agents. However, good personal hygiene is an important adjunct to antifungal therapy.


Hyperhidrosis, is sweating more than what is required for normal thermoregulation, it’s a condition that usually begins in either childhood or adolescence.

Although any site on the body can be affected, the sites most commonly involved are the palms, soles, and axillae. Severe cases of hyperhidrosis may adversely affect the patient’s quality of life.

Pigmented Skin

All pre-existing treatment of melasma aim at reducing the formation of melanin by the melanocytes (Topical agents) and eliminating pre-existing melanin pigment (peeling, IPL, Lasers).

However, they inevitably activate melanocytes to form and accumulate abnormal melanin because of inherent irritation, inflammation or by injuries to keratinocytes that may lead to recurrence or post inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH).