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Gold Not Only Valuable, It's a Healthy Skin Care Ingredient
Date:3/6/2009

Gold is a precious metal, but some people don't realize how precious it really is. 24k gold is a key ingredient in some of the best wrinkle creams and anti-aging formulas on the market.

New York (PRWEB) March 6, 2009 -- While watching CNBC or other major news networks, one may hear about the price of Gold. It's common to hear that it has kept a rather high value during this economic recession. However, gold has a new value: it's becoming a more commonly used ingredient in anti-aging formulas.

Gold has been used as a skin care ingredient in facials for quite some time. According to several websites on the Internet, "Historians have long maintained that Cleopatra used pure gold as a tool to maintain youthful skin by reportedly sleeping in a gold mask every night. In ancient Rome, gold salves were used for the treatment of a variety of skin problems. In ancient Chinese medicine gold was a key to youth, as the queen of the Ch'ing dynasty used a gold massage roller on her face every day." Gold is used in facial treatments in several states, with rates for one hour treatments going for around $200.

One company has taken that concept and infused 24k gold into its products. That innovative company is Oro Gold Cosmetics. Oro Gold Cosmetics products are commonly found in shopping mall kiosks across the United States. One distributing arm of the company has taken the products online and set up a discount website, Oro Gold Cosmetics Skin Care website is used by an authorized distributor of the product to allow clients to educate themselves about the advantages of gold when used as a skin care product, as well as offer a discounted retail site for people who may not have access to the products in their area. "We're very excited to be represen
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