We have clinical research that dogmatically demonstrates the effectiveness of the ingredients used in quality anti-aging skin care products today.
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Fort Myers, FL (PRWEB) October 17, 2007
NutraLuxe MD in association with Doctor A. Hawrych,** announce their new breakthrough product line, containing no parabens - no phthalates, that redefines anti-aging skin care. The new product line is called, NutraLuxe MD Plus.
NutraLuxe MD released their newest line of skin care products that will, “dramatically change the future of the industry,” says Peter von Berg CEO of NutraLuxe MD. “We’re setting the baseline for the next dimension in anti-aging skin care. It’s through the process of encapsulation, which is isolating the active ingredients. By achieving this objective we have also removed the parabens and phthalates, which some studies suggest may have negative health side effects.” ***
Through the process of encapsulating individual ingredients in small capsule beads NutraLuxe MD has optimized the effectiveness of its new Plus Line. Peter von Berg continues, “This not only improves the effectiveness initially, but the capsule beads being isolated means they retain their potency...unlike the vast majority of products on the market today that mix active ingredients, as these products sit on shelves and in the medicine cabinets of users they degrade and lessen their performance overtime.”
Andrew Hawrych, M.D.** reports, “We have clinical research that dogmatically demonstrates the effectiveness of the ingredients used in quality anti-aging skin care products today.” He continues, “What we have also learned, through our on-going research and development, is that these ingredients when combined actually change the chemical structure that leads to the disintegration of potency. This is one of the main reasons for reduced performance over time when using anti-aging products. I am pleased to report that we have overcome this problem by the process of encapsulation, and this is destined to dramatically change the anti-aging skin care industry.”
Encapsulation Isolates and Protects Active Ingredients Delivering Maximum Results.
NutraLuxe MD is pleased to announce the new product line Plus, the Anti Aging Cosmeceutical line will utilize the encapsulation process for faster more consistent results.
“Not only are these new products encapsulated to deliver the original potency when applied to the skin. This product will be just as effective 10 days to 50 days after you purchase it ... We also went one step further and eliminated all stabilizers, chemical preservatives and crème fillers, for a better and healthier product line. We invite all those in our industry to follow our lead at generating products free of parabens and phthalates** to give consumers the choice," said von Berg.
The new Plus Line is now available for purchase online at http://www.nutraluxemdonline.com. To learn more about these products or this process please contact:
Peter von Berg
CEO of NutraLuxe MD
6835 International Center Blvd. Unit 5
Fort Myers, Florida 33912
** Andrew Hawrych, M.D. Board Certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Board Certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology
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3. Kang KS, Che JH, RYu DY, Kim TW, Li GX, Lee YS (2002). Decreased sperm number and motile activity on the F1 offspring maternally exposed to butyl p-hydroxybenzoic acid (butyl paraben). Journal of Veterinary Medical Science 64:227-235.
4. Byford JR, Shaw LE, Drew MGB, Pope GS, Sauer MJ, Darbre PD (2002). Oestrogenic activity of parabens in MCF7 human breast cancer cells. Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 80:49-60.