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Groundbreaking Anti-Aging Facials from Supreme Skin, An Asheville, NC Company Utilizes Non-Invasive DNA Repair to Infuse Skin with Vibrant Health

Asheville, NC (PRWEB) January 08, 2014

To create superior anti-aging facials the Asheville, NC company now offers an easily affordable, highly effective results-oriented process based on the science of cellular DNA.

No longer are obsolete laser treatments the only option, and it is not necessary to incur the added cost and experience the dreaded pain typically associated with conventional procedures. By taking advantage of nature’s own ability to heal and repair from the cellular level it is possible to have remarkably younger skin. Reverse problems related to such things as overexposure to UV rays and accumulation of free radicals. Turn back the clock on wrinkling, drying, and sagging skin.

DNA is present in all human cells, the vital building blocks that support health and wellness. Over time, though, DNA can become damaged, causing errors within the body’s cell division system. That may set off a domino effect of premature aging which shows up on the surface as unwanted wrinkles and other telltale signs of unhealthy, damaged skin.

The spokesperson for the anti-aging skin care company, Carole Gardner says, "But now there is a solution for achieving noticeably more youthful and beautiful results with facials in Asheville, NC that de-age skin, tighten sags, and leave one’s appearance toned and rejuvenated". DNA skin repair products employ ingredients such as enzymes that work synergistically with antioxidants to smooth fine lines and wrinkles.

They also include epidermal growth factor, a collagen-boosting protein that is totally safe and effective. The entire procedure is done with microcurrent infusion which gently pushes the healing ingredients past the surface layers so they can work from the inside-out to ensure deep healing and noticeably improved skin.

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