Donell® has been successful in bringing out the best of science to skin care since 1989. We are inspired by the clinical research done by John F. Prudden, MD, Med. Sc.D, who is the father of cartilage therapy. Our products focus on wound healing. The study conducted by John led to the discovery of a prominent ingredient named MCC, which accelerates healing and reduces inflammation of the surrounding tissue.
Donell® made headlines when we launched and became the first company to develop and distribute topical non-steroidal products using MCC to address wound healing. Another inspiration came in 2009 with the Nobel Prize in medicine award for the discovery of telomerase and its role in maintaining our youth.
Donell® came first to market with telomere anti-aging moisturizer. This revolutionary formula works on a cellular level, using astragalus root which activates telomerase, an enzyme that strengthens skin’s DNA. This breakthrough formula also includes matrixyl 3000 and other ingredients to help diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Dermatologists, plastic surgeons, physicians, and professionals have been a primary audience for Donell® products over the years. Physicians nationwide recommend Donell® to their patients for healing that may be needed due to surgery, burns, laser treatments, microdermabrasion, glycolic peels, the use of retina and other topical treatments including radiation treatments.
In 2004, Donell® expanded its product offering to include professional grade skin care products that are scientifically designed to address virtually all of your skin care needs. All types of skin can benefit from advanced science and state-of-the-art formulas from Donell®. There’s a bit of healing in everything we do.
Donell® products help in conditioning and improving the appearance of skin following allergies, prolonged stress, and exposure to the elements. Developed specifically for the health care market, Donell® formulas reduce the appearance of scars, promote skin recovery, and help soften the adverse effects of sun, acne, and aging.