Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) August 29, 2013
Sharon Kleyne, founder of Bio Logic Aqua Research, addresses that, as an investment, fresh water is described by Goldman Sachs as the “petroleum of the next century.” With rapidly expanding fresh water demand, inadequate resources and a failing infrastructure, water development stocks rank among the world’s fastest growing and most profitable. Especially sought after are water development stocks with intellectual property values that represent new technologies and innovative approaches.
The most innovative water development stocks have the potential to impact a growing number of mass health and humanitarian issues associated with water. These include global climate change, water shortages and dry air caused by drought, pollution and a decrease in the air’s water vapor/humidity content. Dry air has become so commonplace, and is so harmful to health and vision, that dry eye is now the #1 complaint of ophthalmology patients in the Unites States. Doctors refer to this as the “global dry eye crisis.”
The most innovative water development stocks are often privately held and difficult to find. One company in this category is Bio Logic Aqua Research of Grants Pass, Oregon. This new category fresh water company is making a significant long-term impact on the multi-billion dollar global dry eye mass consumer market.
Bio Logic Aqua Research was founded three decades ago by Sharon Kleyne. The Research Center’s primary research focus has been dry air and air pollution as they pertain to moisture absorption by the skin and eyes. This research has produced many surprising discoveries and a large volume of intellectual property.
One discovery is that skin and eyes obtain a surprisingly large percentage of their natural moisture content directly from the air. The surface of the eye is 98% water and human skin is approximately 70% water. Both are particularly susceptible to the dehydration caused by dry and polluted air.
Bio Logic Aqua Research has developed new technologies to supplement the water vapor/humidity that can no longer be fully obtained from the air. The company’s signature product, Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, utilizes an all natural fresh water mist, applied using a personal hand-held humidifying device, as an eye moisture supplement to prevent dehydration.
Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, represents an entirely new technology and consumer category, with Bio Logic Aqua Research as the global leader. Each unit contains one ounce of the company’s trade secret fresh water and lasts approximately one month. Multiplying the suggested retail price per unit by 128 ounces in a gallon, the equivalent per-gallon price exceeds the price of gold. Despite this unusual profitability, Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, is readily affordable and in some parts for the world, could become an indispensable personal amenity.
Bio Logic Aqua Research has 22 similar hand-held humidifying products planned or in development, for first aid, surgical healing, hair, dry mouth, pets, etc. Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, will soon enter the immense Asia market through the international licensing of their intellectual property, technology, global patents and trade secret water.
Bio Logic Aqua Research has relied primarily on a private stock offering. According to Kleyne, this provided necessary funds with little or no excess. Reliance on just-in-time financing slowed growth somewhat but in the end, the Research Center accomplished its objectives without bank loans, venture capital, large debt or dilution of stock.
To educate the public about the global water crisis, since 2007, Sharon Kleyne has hosted the syndicated Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water® radio show on VoiceAmerica and Apple iTunes. The show discusses all aspects of water including global climate change, air quality, agriculture, health, nutrition, water wars, recreation and even the pitfalls of owning waterfront properties. Guests have included leading researchers, authors and other experts, representatives from organizations such as United Nations and LifeWater International, a Nobel Prize winner and a NASA Climatologist.