while the supplement supports healthy skin on its own, we believe optimal results can be achieved by using your normal skin care routine in conjunction with the clear.now Supplement.
Ada, Mich (PRWEB) May 29, 2009
Amway Global is introducing a new weapon to help fight for a healthier complexion from the inside out. New clear.now™ Supplement is a fruit-flavored chewable that supports healthy skin, promotes clear and even skin tone, and enhances a body's natural ability to promote the appearance of healthy skin. The chewable, along with the three-step clear.now Skin Care System provides a comprehensive solution to achieving a healthy complexion.
The exclusive clear.now Supplement features Praventin™, a patent-pending, milk-derived protein that helps provide a healthy complexion and beautiful skin. It is also safe for those who are lactose intolerant, with no side effects.
"We are thrilled to introduce a product that can truly help people be more comfortable in their own skin," says Kelli Miller, Manager ─ Beauty Marketing for Amway Global. "while the supplement supports healthy skin on its own, we believe optimal results can be achieved by using your normal skin care routine in conjunction with the clear.now Supplement."
clear.now products are available exclusively through AMWAY GLOBAL™ Independent Business Owners. The clear.now Supplement has a suggested retail price of $29.99 for a 30-day supply and can be ordered by visiting http://www.amwayglobal.com.
clear.now is the only skin care brand that utilizes a patent-pending ingredient, stabilized sodium chlorite, combined with salicylic acid to gently help stop the cycle of breakouts for good by keeping pores clean and clear.
About Amway Global
Based in Ada, Mich., Amway Global is part of the Alticor group of companies, founded by the DeVos and Van Andel families. Alticor Inc. is led by Steve Van Andel, Chairman, and Doug DeVos, President. Global sales for the Alticor group of companies, which include Amway, Access Business Group, LLC, Alticor Corporate Enterprises (ACE), and Amway Global (formerly Quixtar), reached $8.2 billion in fiscal 2008.
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