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Biotherm Announces a Unique Dermobiotic Three-Step Anti-Cellulite Slimming Treatment
Date:4/18/2008

NEW YORK, April 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Armed with over 30 years of experience in slimming products, Biotherm biologists have made a new discovery set to revolutionize cosmetic treatments for stubborn cellulite. This spring, Biotherm launches CELLULI LASER(TM), a unique three-step system consisting of a scrub, massage tool and treatment gel providing visible, 10 day results in 71% of the women tested**.

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Inspired by the astounding results laser techniques produce on the skin, Biotherm's new CELLULI LASER treatment gel contains BIOFIBRINE(TM), an exclusive Biotherm technology that targets fibers to help stimulate production of collagen*.

"The idea underlying the BIOFIBRINE(TM) complex was inspired by the way lasers work," explains Dr. Blanchemaison, a specialist in vascular medicine and Director of Studies at the University of Paris V Medical School. Dr. Blanchemaison is also the author of Conquering Cellulite.

Biotherm biologists have discovered that when collagen fibers are flexible, the appearance of cellulite is reduced. The BIOFIBRINE complex is a combination of Carbocysteine and Biopeptides. Carobcystiene has anti-glycation properties that help collagen fiber from becoming hard. The biopeptides help stimulate new collagen production*. Other ingredients such as caffeine, ginkgo, ginseng, and cola nut -- all found in the new CELLULI LASER products -- also help to contribute to the reduction of the appearance of cellulite.

How do the treatments work?

The warming and exfoliating texture of CELLULI LASER SCRUB targets unattractive "orange peel" bumps and bulges that sometimes appear on the legs, stomach and arms. Designed for application on dry skin, the texture is suggested as the first step of the treatment. Next, by facilitating a professional style kneading massage from the comfort
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