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New Skin Revitalizing Product Uses Naturally Occurring Serum for the Repair of Sun Damaged Skin
Date:7/31/2008

ological ingredient, Helix Aspersa Müller Glycoconjugates, is a secretion created by and gathered from live snails of that species. After being collected in a humane, non-harmful process, it is stabilized so that hydrolysis of its enzymes, antioxidants and proteins is avoided.

The serum is a powerful antioxidant and its regenerative properties have been validated by scientific research published in the January 2008 issue of the Journal of Pharmacology and Physiology of the Skin, as we announced in a previous press release.

The serum has the capacity to speed the dissolution of damaged cells and tissues, trigger the regeneration of skin structures and strengthen the skin's mechanical properties. The superior regenerative properties of this biological serum are due to its complex structure, with biochemical capabilities that are superior to any synthetic formulation yet available within the limits of contemporary science.

The other components of the formulation are also natural, including stabilized vitamin C, seaweed extracts, and Hyaluonic Acid. All three are well known for their positive effects on the skin. It is 100% natural, non-comedogenic, hypoallergenic, and recommended for users of all ages.

"Bio Skin Revitalizer stimulates the rebuilding of the skin matrix by triggering the proliferation of fibroblasts which are the cells in the basal layer of skin that are responsible for the production of all the structural elements of healthy skin," says its founder and CEO, Humberto del Pozo.

"The product is one hundred percent natural, and the rich biological ingredient is gathered without harming any of the little creatures which supply us their precious serum over and over again. The serum is an original innate immune system support for snails' skin and other organs of its body, and a renewable resource for human skin revitalizing. We incorporate this powerful ingredient in all the products in
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