Shocking News on Botox's Wrinkle-Causing Side Effects Has Consumers Choosing NexiFirm

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Dermagevity Skin Care, the makers of Nexifirm - a scientifically-formulated cream made especially for the thin and wrinkle-prone skin in the neck area - are enjoying soaring second quarter sales after The Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology published a May study on the wrinkle-causing side effects of using the popular Botox injections.

Second quarter sales of Dermagevity Skin Care's best-selling wrinkle cream for usage on the upper neck areas - Nexifirm (a scientifically-formulated cream made especially for the thin and wrinkle-prone skin in the neck area) are surging after a recent report on wrinkle-causing side effects of using Botox injections was published by The Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology.

In a mid-May article that was published on Foxnews.com, that addresses some recent and rather startling discoveries, as to newly founded side effects that popular Botox injections can cause - amongst an already existing myriad of known and dangerous side effects, such as infections at the injection site, or loss of facial expression - citing findings from a recent study that was partially authored by Dr. David Becker (assistant professor of dermatology at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York), and published in The Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology, some frightening findings were unveiled.

Botox can actually cause wrinkles later on down the road.

In the interview with Foxnews.com, Becker stated that, "Paralysis of a set of muscles might lead to recruitment of other muscle groups in an attempt to reproduce the conditioned activity being blocked -- resulting in more prominent muscle activity in adjacent regions."

In so many words: The muscles will still work over time and continue to flex and move - which is the main reason that we get wrinkles in the first place - and that, in essence, Botox is, at best, a temporary solution.

The new report concludes, "Botox is a drug made from a toxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum, and is injected under the skin to temporarily relax facial muscles, smoothing lines and wrinkles. Patients can expect results to last three to six months."

(Source: Internet, 2010; http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,592609,00.html.)

The spokesperson for Nexifirm, Carey Harrison, ascertains that while it may seem enticing at first - for the consumer that can afford to get Botox injections performed - in the end it can contribute to future signs of aging, not to mention the fact that there are many well-known risks that have been documented and directly associated with using Botox.

That and the lasting effects of Botox, as the news report and study confirms, are indeed temporary.

"As more people are made aware that there are more and more associated issues that are surfacing, with regards to using Botox to minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, many are also realizing that there some equally as effective, but far less costly, nonprescription solutions--such as Nexifirm offers," Harrison says.

Needles, side effects and cost are perhaps some of the most prominent issues that deter those who are seeking wrinkle-relief from using Botox. But according to Harrison, with their product (NexiFirm), there are no more needles, and no more wrinkles either.

Harrison adds, "Nexifirm won't require any needle pokes and it does not have any known or documented side effects. It just offers fast, safe and effective wrinkle-relief in those hard-to-treat upper neck areas!"

Nexifirm neck cream works by harnessing the power of hyaluronic acid to stimulate cell production and improve skin texture and tone, as well as incorporating squalane and cetearyl alcohol to improve skin suppleness and hydration.

It also utilizes lauroyl proline to strengthen tissues and stimulate skin regeneration, enhancing the firmness and elasticity of the skin.

The formula also includes aquaxyl to prevent moisture loss, increase water reserves and restructure the skin.

When used as directed on the packaging - and in combination with daily hygiene and cleansing regiments - most people will see noticeable results from using Nexifirm within a few short weeks.

To learn more about Nexifirm visit them online at: http://www.Nexifirm.com.

About Nexifirm:

  • Developed by Dermagevity Skin Care--a leading cosmeceutical company
  • Nexifirm is a scientifically-formulated cream made especially for the thin and wrinkle-prone skin in the neck area
  • Nexifirm offers a way to effectively combat the various problems that tend to occur in this area as we age
  • Harnesses the power of Hyaluronic acid to stimulate cell production and improve skin texture and tone, as well as incorporating squalane and cetearyl alcohol to improve skin suppleness and hydration
  • Utilizes Lauroyl Proline to strengthen tissues and stimulate skin regeneration, enhancing the firmness and elasticity of skin
  • Formula includes Aquaxyl to prevent moisture loss, increase water reserves, and restructure the skin
  • Currently available at their secured online store, with a generous discount off the retail price, when ordered online at: http://www.Nexifirm.com

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