Sudbury, Ontario (PRWEB) March 5, 2008
Finally, an advanced professional skin care product made for consumers! Four new studies were conducted on ReVera Moisturizing Gel measuring its effectiveness in areas such as antioxidant effects on skin cells, skin cell growth stimulator, protection level from external oxidation and UV-protection. These studies show that the active ingredient in ReVera provide superior protection and anti-aging properties. The following studies detail some of the research conducted on the active ingredient of ReVera: http://www.mln.ca/en/pdfs/enzo_skincell.pdf.
According to ACNielson, the aging population is one of the key trends that is driving the skin care market, making it one of the fastest and largest growing categories within personal care around the world. The desire to look younger is prompting skin care to the the fastest growing sub-sector within men's grooming. The skin care market in the U.S. alone will reach $7 billion by 2010 and top $60 billion (retail) world wide. Consumers want to keep their skin in tip-top shape and are obviously willing to spend the money to do so.
Recent trends towards a more natural, younger and healthy looking skin include more of a "beauty from within" approach. Nestlé launched a new product called Nescafé Protect which is high in anti-oxidants. Chocolate, which also has some anti-oxidant value, is now being marketed as a healthy pleasure. The Martin Clinic has always maintained that the key to healthier, younger looking skin, is a combination of nutrition, supplementation and topical treatment. Navitol, another product marketed by Maximum Life Nutraceuticals, helps protect the skin against oxidation damage, from within. ReVera when combined with Navitol and a healthy diet prescribed by the Martin Clinic , provides its users with a more natural and youthful appearance. For more information on nutrition and alternative medicine, please visit http://www.healthpowwow.com and read Maximum Life's scientific advisers', Dr. A. W. Martin, health blog.