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Date:9/17/2013

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 17, 2013

On Saturday, September 14, Nerium International™ was a proud sponsor of Secret Room Events’ annual Red Carpet Style Lounge in Los Angeles, a style lounge honoring the nominees of the 65th Annual Emmys. During the lavish invite-only event, celebrities including Sofia Milos (“CSI: Miami”), Patrick Kilpatrick (“Minority Report”), Constance Zimmer (“Entourage”, “House of Cards”, “The Newsroom”), Christina Robinson (“Dexter”), and Michael Madsen (“Reservoir Dogs”) learned about the benefits of NeriumAD Age-Defying Treatment® and its exclusive, patented NAE-8 extract.

Honoring the 65th Primetime Emmys, the Red Carpet Style Lounge benefited the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Secret Room Events produces exclusive swag bags, award show gift lounges, and private events for Hollywood's most influential people. Their gift lounge was voted Best Gift Suite by The Huffington Post and was the only gift lounge chosen to be featured in a full page spread in OK! Magazine.

Attendees were greeted by representatives of Nerium International and educated on the patented NAE-8 extract derived from the Nerium oleander plant and multiple skincare concerns that the cream addresses such as the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, discoloration, enlarged pores, and uneven skin texture.

Attendees lavished praise on NeriumAD, saying things such as: “The best thing is that it’s one product that addresses multiple concerns.” “It’s such a time saver to not have to have a system. I work all day long on set shooting, so simple = timesaver.” “I’m blown away by the before and after photos - 30 days or less!”

Nerium’s Directors of Field Operations and Gold International Marketing Directors, Mark and Tammy Smith, were on hand at the gifting suite. Said Mark, “I’m excited that we are natural, GMO free, paraben free, and cruelty free --- celebrities care about quality products that are
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