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Fytofontana Cosmeceuticals: The Swiss Secret For Incredibly Young And Beautiful Skin
Date:12/7/2011

BOCA RATON, Fla., Dec. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Z-Distribution is proud to introduce Fytofontana Biotechnology Cosmeceuticals from Herb Pharma, Switzerland: the best and most powerful weapons to fight and help reverse the signs of aging.

Although aging is a natural process, no-one likes to see its signs, especially on the face, neck and decolletage, which are on display most of the time.

Plastic surgery, Botox injections and injectable fillers can perform miracles, but not everyone is a good candidate and not everyone wants or can afford multiple operations or injections.

The researchers at Swiss Biotechnology company Herb Pharma spent years investigating the mechanisms behind the processes that produce the visible effects of aging. They also searched for non-surgical, non-invasive ways to counter these mechanisms and reverse the signs of aging.

The result of their work is the FYTOFONTANA family of SWISS BIOTECHNOLOGY COSMECEUTICALS.

Fytofontana Cosmeceuticals have been used in Europe since 2009 as alternatives to plastic surgery due to the immediately visible results they provide. For example according to laboratory testing one of the top-selling products, Botoceutical Gold has been shown to produce up to 85.6% reduction in wrinkles in just 28 days!

These revolutionary products are made with the highest concentrations of active ingredients like peptides, hyaluronic acid, lipoic acid and botanical extracts to relax, smooth and rehydrate skin, help reverse the breakdown of collagen, erase pigmented spots, and help firm and tone skin.

All products underwent thorough, controlled testing on volunteers, and results were confirmed in laboratory testing by confocal laser.

All volunteers reported dramatic improvements in depth of lines, hydration and firmness.

Fytofontana serums and emulsion are widely available in Europe
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