Evidence-based medicine or evidence-based dermatology is based on proper scientific Clinical Studies. These studies are usually what we call randomized double-blinded studies. What this means is that some people on the clinical trial would use a product with an active ingredient whereas other people in the same study would use a plain cream without an active ingredient.
For these studies to be statistically significant, a reasonable number of patients have to be enrolled in these clinical studies. On completion the clinical studies are then submitted for publication in what is called peer review medical journals.
Medical journals have an independent editorial board and will only accept clinical studies that are of a high, professional standard for publication.
This is opposed to what we call anecdotal evidence or testimonials. On many websites you will see patients claiming miraculous results with a cream but one or two good results with a cream or product does not constitute scientific evidence.
Feel free to download and review the below studies at your disposal.
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