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Allure Magazine Names Remergent(R) DNA Repair Formula Best of Beauty
Date:9/25/2007

FREEPORT, N.Y., Sept. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- AGI Dermatics, the bio- pharmaceutical laboratory that pioneered DNA research for skincare, announced DNA Repair Formula was named the best Morning Anti-Aging Treatment at the Annual Allure Best of Beauty Awards which took place on Monday September 17, 2007. The award ceremony was held in The Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Center on Monday night, where Allure presented beauty's best products with their seal of approval.

Remergent DNA Repair Formula came out on top of the beauty pack, taking home the Best Morning Anti-Aging Treatment Award. Remergent DNA Repair Formula is a proprietary twice-a-day serum to encourage the skin's DNA repair mechanism to self-correct, treat past damage, and resist future injury when used with a sunscreen. Available only from medical professionals, the 7-product Remergent line is the first product line to use sophisticated formulas to target DNA repair, barrier re-building, pigmentary issues, discolorations from the sun and other skin concerns. This is not the first time Allure has awarded DNA Repair Formula for being an outstanding product. In their October 2006 issue, DNA Repair was named a Beauty Breakthrough of the year.

"We are so pleased that Allure and its team of beauty experts have validated what top doctors across the country believe about Remergent DNA Repair Formula," said Daniel Yarosh, Ph.D., President of AGI Dermatics.

Allure is not the only beauty expert singing the praises of DNA Repair Formula. Dr. James Spencer Professor of Clinical Dermatology, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York says "For the first time, an over-the-counter product has been shown to penetrate the skin with ingredients that may repair DNA damage. It stands to reason that if DNA Repair is used consistently it will reduce the risk of wrinkles or sun cancer".

Also, Dr. Tina Alster says "Remergent DNA Repair helps restore thymine dimers, which are pieces of DNA broken by UV exposure.
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