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Clinical Trial 8411

Dublin, CA 94568

Study Summary:

Are you a female of 100% Asian descent and have skin discoloration on your face caused by aging or sun damage?

Females 18 to 70 years old with uneven pigmentation and general redness on their face caused by sun damage and aging are needed to participate in a clinical research study to test an investigational aesthetic hand-held device.

You will be required to attend up to 34 visits: up to 3 screening visits, thirty treatment visits, and one study exit/termination visit. The treatment visits will occur daily (excluding weekends and holidays) for approximately six weeks. All visits will take place in Dublin, CA.

Qualified Participants Must:

• Be able to attend ALL visits
• Be in good health to be eligible to participate
• Not be breastfeeding, pregnant or planning on becoming pregnant during the course of the study
• Be willing to only use the study doctor approved cleanser, sunblock, moisturizer and cosmetics in the specified areas on your face
• Be willing to avoid sun exposure and the use of tanning products on the face
• Wear protective clothing and apply the study doctor approved sunblock when going into the sun

Qualified Participants May Receive:

You will be compensated $25 for each visit you attend for time and travel (33 visits). If required to attend a separate urine pregnancy test/facial diagram photograph screening visit, you will be compensated an extra $10 to complete this visit. Therefore, you may receive up to $835 for completing all study visits and complying with study requirements.

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