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New Dermatological Formula Targets Psoriasis, Eczema and Other Extreme Skin Conditions
Date:9/13/2011

ORMOND BEACH, Fla., Sept. 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Florida-based SkinHealth Technology introduces a powerful, breakthrough formula that combines cutting-edge cosmeceutical ingredients -- peptides, polysaccharides and botanical emollients -- with a proven skin protectant to help combat even the most serious skin conditions. ExtremeSkinCare Intense Treatment Balm helps reduce the unsightly appearance of psoriasis, eczema, and rosacea and relieve inflamed and irritated skin without steroids.

Millions of Americans are affected by psoriasis, eczema, rosacea or other troublesome skin conditions, leaving them searching for a safe, effective topical treatment.

Dermatologist Jeffrey Parks, MD and a team of skincare experts have developed a formulation containing a perfect combination of ingredients that help reduce inflammation, redness and clear affected skin of plaques.

ExtremeSkinCare Intense Treatment Balm:

  • Helps reduce inflammation, redness, itching and irritation
  • Protects and relieves dry, cracked and scaling skin
  • Increases skin's resistance to further physical damage by 60%
  • Helps improve skin elasticity and stimulates collagen synthesis

SkinHealth Technology LLC, an R&D based development company which formulates advanced dermatological, therapeutic skincare products, was founded in 2008. Jeffrey Parks, MD and a team of skincare professionals develop effective formulas that address bruising, acne, vitamin D deficiency, sun damage and chronic skin conditions.

For more detailed information about ExtremeSkinCare Intense Treatment Balm or to schedule an interview, please contact Jack Surrette at 386.236.9949 or visit http://www.skinhealthtech.com.

Contact:

Jack Surrette
Executive Director
SkinHealth Technology LLC
P.O. Box 731626, Ormond Beach, FL
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