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Skinvisible Signs Marketing Agreement for India
Date:12/6/2007

Avani to Represent Dermatology Products Featuring Invisicare(R)

LAS VEGAS, Dec. 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Skinvisible, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: SKVI) / (Website: http://www.skinvisible.com), is pleased to announce that it has signed a marketing agreement with Avani International for India. This follows Skinvisible's recent announcement that it was granted a comprehensive patent in India for Skinvisible's proprietary polymer delivery system, Invisicare. Invisicare enhances the delivery of topical dermatology products on the skin.

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The agreement with Avani is part of Skinvisible's continued strategy to quickly expand its reach around the globe. Avani will seek licenses in India for topical products Skinvisible has developed for the treatment of acne, fungal infections, atopic dermatitis and hand sanitizers. They will also facilitate clinical studies and manufacturing in India.

"It is important for Skinvisible to develop partnerships with companies such as Avani as they have established relationships with pharmaceutical and consumer goods companies in India. This helps us fast track our marketing efforts in the country and generate license fees and royalties quicker than marketing in India ourselves," said Mr. Terry Howlett, President and CEO of Skinvisible Inc.

"India and its expanding population of over 1 billion people offers tremendous market opportunities for Skinvisible and its Invisicare technology and products," said Ash Chawla, Chairman & CEO of Avani. "This agreement allows us to introduce Invisicare to Indian pharmaceutical manufacturers that we know nee
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