The products and methods used at the Healthy Skin Clinic have been developed by Dr Michael Tirant and incorporate over 25 years of research and clinical trials. This serves to ensure that the treatments used are based on cutting-edge science as well as clinical experience.
Dr Tirant has conducted many clinical trials in Australia and Europe and they have all demonstrated the effectiveness and safety of the treatment protocols employed by us.
Below is a selection of published trials:
Out of 345 patients...
"The evaluation of the treatment by the patients differs marginally from that of the physician. 12 patients described the treatment as “ineffective” compared to 9 by the physician. 47 patients considered the improvement as “moderate” compared to 36 by the physician . 55 patients described the improvement as “good” compared to 44 by the physician, while 241 patients listed “outstanding” improvement compared to 256 by the physician."
"It was so obvious in the study course that the verum products were superior to the
placebo preparations. Except for coal tar which is present in only the cleansing gel, none of the listed herbal ingredients is a known antipsoriatic remedy.
Therefore, an analysis for undeclared drugs (cortisone, calcipotriol, macrolides) was
undertaken although the producer (who is one of the authors, M.T.) gave a statement of innocuousness and provided the complete list of constituents and the respective material safety data sheets. Two samples of different batches of each product were analysed. None of the products contained any of the compounds mentioned above."
"We evaluate the results of therapy by Dr.Michaels remedies on average on 90% namely not only in 10 cases monitored in the study but in additional 65 cases treated in our clinic by these remedies."
Combined Hungarian, Romanian, Russian and Austrian trials
“Based on 4 independent clinical investigations involving 121 patients, Dr.Michaels product family has proven to be effective in the treatment of mild to severe plaque and exudative types of psoriasis.”