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New Stem Cell Activating Anti-aging Serums Offer Hope for Damaged Skin
Date:2/26/2013

Fleetwood, PA (PRWEB) February 26, 2013

Many new advances in stem cell and telomerase technology open the possibility to de-age a person’s skin and body without pain and down time.

Up until now, patients had to see a plastic surgeon or dermatologist to rejuvenate their skin. Recent developments and research in topical agents have made it less likely for one to need Botox, laser or fillers to restore their skin to a more youthful appearance or get rid of blemishes.

Dr. Dave Woynarowski MD, an anti-aging specialist, states that new combinations of topical serums applied to the skin have yielded some remarkable results without having painful injections or surgery.

Dr. Dave gave remarks, “I was extremely skeptical about the possibility of repairing damaged skin with a topical 'on the skin' agent. After all, the cosmetics industry has been hawking this stuff for decades to the tune of several billion dollars. None of it seemed to work very well. But recently there is research to back up specific agents that, when used in combination, can do some pretty amazing age reversal, even on damaged skin. I have a lot of friends who are plastic surgeons or anti-aging dermatologists so I decided to let them have the latest serum we devised called RG-Cell and see what they said. Bottom line: The patients love it for home use as well as post-treatment recovery, and it really does work far better than any of us anticipated!”

While pleasantly surprised, he also said there are drawbacks.

This procedure takes longer to see results. It is not as aggressive, painful or expensive as injections, fillers, lasers or surgery, and it cannot be expected to deliver the same results in the same time frame.

“The more wrinkled, sun damaged or blemished your skin is, the longer it takes using topical serums to reduce the damage you’ve accumulated. But, there is no down time either because you don’t burn, puff
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