None of the off-the-shelf products worked well
Dothan, AL (PRWEB) August 5, 2006
Ponce de Leon never found the fountain of youth, but perhaps Mike Parsons has found it. His company, Parco Medical, accidentally uncovered the fountain while helping his mother-in-law recover from arthritic pain.
“None of the off-the-shelf products worked well,” explained Mr. Parsons. “She had extreme pain in one of her shoulders, but the available creams never seemed to penetrate deep enough.”
Like so many other new discoveries, Parsons felt pressed to create something “new and improved” for the sake of a family member. Something interesting happened, however. The cream not only helped the discomfort it fortified and reduced wrinkles in the skin.
Mr. Parsons went back the formula drawing board and researched anti-aging. He found out that most options were procedural and few of the over the counter options produce tangible results. Then he ran across an article on Emu Oil its regenerative nature.
Emu Oil is highly moisturizing, a natural skin softener and has rejuvenating properties (has been shown to reduce the depth and length of fine lines & wrinkles). It is also non greasy and highly penetrating. Emu Oil has demonstrated to be the fastest and most penetrating oil into the skin, making it an excellent trans-dermal carrier for any other added moisturizers or therapeutic ingredients.
Through a series of clinical evaluations a new formula was discovered that produced equal results to some of the most expensive anti-aging methods on the market -- at a fraction of the costs.
Parco Medical’s patented formula has clinical research showing decreased facial wrinkles by 27% in 30 day or less. The formula is named emuTOX™ and Parco has saved clients thousands of dollars over more expensive and less safe methods of skin repair and anti-aging procedures.
In addition to the original formula, Mr. Parsons has developed a complete emu oil based line that treats facial scars, arthritis, burns and other skin damage and conditions. Who would have thought so much could come from the grassroots of Alabama?
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