Right, that program doesn't exist - sorry to break your dream!
But most of these techniques are described in books like Restoration Retouching by Katrin Eismann.
Thanks for all involved in a search for this none existant program and a reply from the creatoe's office is below.
one important programe used is quantel infinity suite see below, but the cost will ensure only the top designers can afford
special thanks to Damien Lovegrove who initiated the link to this forumhttp://www.lovegroveconsulting.com/main.php?pid=8
Paul sent me your email - I'll try to help clear the clouds on this topic.
There are definitely a lot of other people with similar queries about the program used in the Dove spot. The real answer is that this is a fake software program that a two of our graphic designer guys at Soho created using Photoshop. All of the toolbars and title menus were designed to look similar to the Photoshop interface, as we decided against using the actual program to avoid any legal issues with Adobe.
To re-enact a photo retoucher at work in real time, we animated the cursor and toolbar movements and all of the grabs. This was done in our Quantel Infinity suite, and was done in an exaggerated fashion to show the facial changes in the short amount of time given. The Inferno was used for stablizing and compositing various scenes.
We've just finished puting a "Behind the Scenes" video together for the Stash reel http://www.stashmedia.tv/latest/index.html
which will also be uploaded onto our website in the next few days. www.26soho.com
That's about it!
Unfortunately to some people's disapointment, this software does not exist.