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April Rain is Protecting Skin with The Launch of Day Rainew
Date:3/24/2009

(ROS) into thinking their outer electrons are paired - ending their vicious cell-damaging cycle.

Antioxidants taken from within are only one aspect of combating free radicals. There is research proving that topical application is just as important. Day Rainew® provides the stability cells need to remain healthy and young as well as reconstructive and stem cell mimicking peptides that help correct the problem when damage has already taken place.

"HydroPeptide®-DR is a multi-dimensional formula that maximizes hydration, rebuilds collagen, reduces wrinkles and fine lines, shrinks pore size and noticeably firms and lifts skin," said April Zangl, Founder of April Rain Skin Science®. "Day Rainew® adjusts moisture to your exact needs throughout the day so it's never too heavy and never too dry. The combination of Night Rainew® and Day Rainew® covers the needs to help replenish and restore skin to perfection."

The super defender Day Rainew® is like a multivitamin for skin, supplying a recommended daily quota (RDQ) of key elements that shield skin from wrinkle-causing free radical attack. The multifunctional antioxidants and vitamins defend against sun damage and environmental assault while promoting skin cell regeneration.

Day Rainew® will be available in the second quarter of 2009 in prestige department stores, high-end spas and dermatologist offices. Visit http://aprilrainskinscience.com for more information.

About April Rain Skin Science, Inc.
April Rain's® passion is to formulate healthy, anti-aging skin care products with clinically proven results for people who are serious about achieving truly younger, radiant and more beautiful skin. April Rain® is not only obsessed with healthy skin but with helping people by supporting charity: water, a non profit organiz
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