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Breakthrough 'Acai Berry Anti-Aging Facial' Applies Benefits of Nature's Super-Food to the Skin
Date:2/4/2008

LAKE FOREST, Calif., Feb. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Renowned esthetician, Karen Dunlap, has developed an advanced anti-aging procedure that utilizes a super- food recognized as the number-one most nutritious and powerful food in the world -- the acai berry. Connecting the dots between science and nature, Dunlap discovered that topical application of the berry -- compared with ingestion -- magnifies its benefits. Her new signature facial, the Acai Berry Anti-Aging Facial, combats premature aging, naturally nourishing the skin and improving tone.

Why the Acai Berry?

-- Antioxidants Combat the Signs of Aging, Sun Damage and Acne. As one of

the highest antioxidant-content fruits in the world, the acai berry

fights off cellular mutation, reducing free radicals' abilities to

cause wrinkles and more. Complex antioxidants called anthyocyanins

prevent oxidants from harming connective tissues while repairing

damaged proteins.

-- Phytonutrients, Vitamins and Minerals Promote Overall Cell Health. Acai

berries contain potassium, iron, phosphorus, calcium, protein, and

vitamins B1, B2, B3, C and E.

-- Flavanoids Fight Inflammation. Known for their anti-inflammatory

properties, flavanoids act as astringents, contracting and tightening

tissues, and combating wrinkles and acne.

-- Essential Amino and Fatty Acids Heal and Sustain. Omega-6 and Omega-9

fatty acids, vital to proper cell contraction and regeneration, enable

skin cell systems to combat the signs of aging. Monounsaturated oleic

acid helps the body effectively absorb Omega-3 oil through the cell

membrane.

-- Phytosterols Preserve Collagen. Phytosterols protect skin's collagen,

improving tone and texture.

"With the proper nutrients, the body has the ability to heal itself," explains Dunlap. "I developed the Acai Berry Anti-Aging Facial to nourish the skin with everything it needs to fight aging, acne, and other skin ailments, renewing and revitalizing itself the way nature intended."

Karen's Specialty Skin Care:

Karen's Specialty Skincare is owned and operated by Karen Dunlap, an esthetician with more than 10 years of experience as an expert in the industry, providing training in medical offices and spas, and personally attending to the skincare needs of Miss USA(R) contestants, as well as numerous models, actors, actresses and musical performers. Known for a clinical, results-oriented approach to skincare, Dunlap customizes each treatment to the specific needs of the client. Karen's Specialty Skincare is located at 22600 Lambert Street, Building B, Suite 804 in Lake Forest, Calif. For more information, visit http://www.KarenSSC.com, or call 949-859-5030.


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