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Skinvisible Appoints Dr. George Korkos to Its Advisory Board
Date:10/26/2007

Dr. Korkos' Expertise to Help Build New Opportunities

LAS VEGAS, Oct. 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- As part of its strategy to continue to expand its product pipeline and pharmaceutical contacts, Skinvisible, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: SKVI) http://www.skinvisible.com, the developers of Invisicare(R), a patented polymer delivery system for topical skincare products, today announced the appointment of George J. Korkos, M.D. to its Advisory Board. Dr. Korkos is a nationally renowned plastic and reconstructive surgeon and is also known for his business acumen.

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"We are pleased to have such a distinguished world-class plastic surgeon agree to contribute his medical and business expertise to Skinvisible as we continue to develop our polymer delivery technologies and new topical products for the global marketplace," said Mr. Terry Howlett, President / CEO of Skinvisible. "Dr. Korkos will be a great addition to our Board. He has the medical expertise, business experience, contacts and enthusiasm to assist us in bringing Skinvisible and our products in front of new companies, both in the medical/plastic surgery area and the investment community. He has ideas for new applications for our technology and will assist us in taking these products from concept to commercialization."

"I am pleased to be asked to serve on the Advisory Board of Skinvisible, Inc." said Dr. Korkos. "They have an exciting technology that I believe has many interesting applications in the medical field. The skincare industry is looking for new innovation to enhance their product lines and the Invisicare delivery
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