Moscow, Idaho (PRWEB) June 25, 2015
People have five senses that let them know they are aging. And while the market is flooded with products to fight the appearance of age, Mirai Clinical is breaking through with an exclusive line to banish the smell of aging.
At age 40, it begins. The first hints of what some call “old people smell” and eventually “nursing home smell.” It’s not a matter of hygiene or lifestyle. It’s simply biology. As bodies age, there are changes in the way they begin to smell. No amount of scrubbing with traditional soaps or water rids the smell. Instead these soap and water efforts leave aging skin even drier than before and that smell remains.
The aging odor — called nonenal — is lipid-based or oil-based, while typical “body odor” is sweat-based. As people age, the natural antioxidant protection from their skin diminishes, lipid acid from sebaceous glands is oxidized more easily and nonenal occurs. By the age of 40, nonenal is detectable by a normal person’s sense of smell. Then, as the bigger hormone changes surrounding aging and menopause occur, nonenal production sky rockets. Many would recognize that distinct smell, no matter how clean the nursing home — that’s nonenal.
Mirai Clinical (http://www.Miraiclinical.com) has the exclusive distribution rights in the U.S. for a Japanese persimmon extract that cuts through the odor instantly with a simple wash. The Mirai Clinical team combined the persimmon extract with green tea and a proprietary blend for a product that eliminates 97 percent of nonenal in two ways (compared with Dove, which eliminates nonenal by only 35 percent).
First, a body wash used on key areas of the body banishes the odor in a way no soap or water regimen can. Secondly, a spritzer between baths can be used to maintain a fresh, youthful smell. The proprietary blend has also been used with two additional products, a soap bar and body serum.
All the wrinkle cream in the world is for naught if an aging smell lingers. At a reasonable price and without the harsh chemicals (paraben- and sulfate-free) or abrasive perfumes of some products that simply try to mask nonenal, the Mirai Clinical line leaves a refreshing scent that keeps people smelling as young as they feel.
ABOUT MIRAI™ CLINICAL
Mirai Clinical is spearheaded by founder and CEO Koko Hayashi, who is an expert on Japanese skincare and completed a prestigious CIDESCO degree (the internationally respected aesthetic license that requires a deep understanding of the human body and its functions). Mirai Clinical's mission is to develop the most naturally safe and exceptionally effective products for body care and skin health, and is founded on the holistic Japanese practice of "Less is More”: the less products one uses, the healthier their skin.