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Genomic Study Shows Organic Skin Care Product Activates Key Anti-Aging Gene
Date:3/26/2009

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  • Elina Ambra-Lift™activates the expression of specific collagens, keratins and matrix genes that promote anti-wrinkle effects in a statistically significant way,
  • Elina Ambra-Lift™ activates anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory genes involved in protective cellular mechanisms in a statistically significant way.
  • Exposure to Elina Ambra-Lift™ produces statistically significant changes in 47 out of 91 genes tested over a 48-hour period.
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    "This genomic study demonstrates how my organic formulation interacts with the biology of the skin," says Elina Fedotova, CEO of Elina Organics. "I'm so excited to see that hard science proves that Ambra-Lift™ has definite anti-aging properties that help rejuvenate and improve the skin."

    While Ambra-Lift™ contains no Resveratrol, one of its key ingredients is Baltic Amber. The healing properties of Baltic Amber have been known for ages. Roman ladies of the court used to play with it, holding it in their hands and stroking it to maintain a youthful look. In addition to Baltic Amber, Ambra-Lift™ contains other beneficial ingredients including Sea Buckthorn Oil, Soybean Lecithin Liposomes, Amino Acids, Vitamins C, A, and E; Coenzyme Q-10, and extracts of the finest organic botanicals.

    "While other products may show instant lifting properties, it's mostly a temporary effect, achieved by chemicals that cause the skin to swell and stretch for a few hours," says Elina. "Elina Ambra-Lift™ uses no artificial chemicals. Its powerful blend of all natural nutrients and
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