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Murad Boosts Skin Immunity With the New Murad(R) Professional Line
Date:9/24/2007

Available Only through Professionals, New Immuno-Skin Complex(TM) Targets

the Skin's Immune System to Fight the Causes of Skin Aging

EL SEGUNDO, Calif., Sept. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- With many firsts to his credit including professional esthetic treatments utilizing AHA's, and the category of Internal Skincare(R), now Dr. Howard Murad, Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at UCLA, founder of Murad Inc. and author of Wrinkle-Free Forever and The Cellulite Solution, has done it again with the latest anti-aging discovery -- skin immunity! Available through licensed skincare professionals and medical practices only, the NEW Murad(R) Professional line features four products, each infused with the Immuno-Skin Complex(TM), a breakthrough formula that works to target the skin's immune system in order to fight the causes of skin aging.

"As we age, the effectiveness of our immune system, including the defense of our skin, decreases and external factors weaken its function even further," explains Dr. Murad. "This ultimately leads to both cellular and connective tissue breakdown that translates to fine lines, wrinkles, discolorations, dullness and loss of elasticity that occurs in aging skin." By creating the best environment for healthy skin, the Immuno-Skin Complex(TM) allows the body to protect itself against all ravages of aging.

Through advances in biotechnology, Murad Research Labs discovered a proprietary bio-peptide contained within Immuno-Skin Complex(TM). These medically advanced formulas immediately hydrate and firm, and over time, dramatically reduces the visible signs of aging.

Murad(R) Professional products include:

-- Activating Cleansing Emulsion

Oxygen-activated, foaming cleanser gently lifts dirt and impurities

from the epidermis leaving pores cleansed and refined.

3.4 FL. OZ. 100 mL, retail price: $65

-- Immuno-Skin Age Inhibitor(TM)

High potency, peptide-based form
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