Clinically Proven French Anti-Aging Formula Introduced to US Nutricosmetic Market

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Potent Anti-Wrinkle Formula Targets Popular Beauty From Within Segment

Collactive™ is one of the most prominent oral beauty ingredients in the French beauty-from-within market.

Gelacom Health Corporation, USA, has announced its entry into the rapidly growing 'beauty from within' market by introducing a new, anti-aging skin beauty supplement called NutriBeauté™, The Mega Beauty Protein. Clinically proven to minimize deep wrinkles whilst improving skin hydration, NutriBeauté™ is a unique anti-wrinkle skin care supplement in that it replenishes and promotes collagen production for younger looking skin. In fact, very few skin care products are actually proven to do so.

NutriBeauté™'s primary active ingredient, Collactive™, produced by Copalis, France, is a marine-based, all-natural ingredient composed of marine collagen and elastin peptides in the same ratio as found naturally in human skin. The formula is specially engineered at a low molecular weight for maximum absorption. When taken orally, this breakthrough collagen and elastin formula has shown a synergistic anti-wrinkle action, stimulating skin to lift and tone sagging areas and minimize lines and wrinkles while increasing skin moisture.

According to Laurent Leduc, VP USA Health Division of Frutarom USA, the domestic marketer of Collactive™ and the organization with which Gelacom Health Corporation has created a business relationship, "Collactive™ is one of the most prominent oral beauty ingredients in the French beauty-from-within market."

Collagen and elastin are known to be the dominant proteins in skin responsible for skin elasticity and suppleness. Research conclusively demonstrates that collagen and elastin naturally starts depleting at around age 25, resulting in reduced skin elasticity, fine lines and wrinkles. So by slowing down, even reversing this skin aging process, users of NutriBeauté™ can ultimately look younger than their actual age. While collagen has been a popular ingredient in many topical skin care products, recent studies have concluded that the collagen molecule is too large to be absorbed through the skin. Therefore, no collagen replenishment benefits can be received.

In a study performed by Dermscan Laboratories, France, the anti-wrinkle, moisturizing properties and safety of Collactive™ were evaluated through a clinical study of 43 women aged 40-55 with crow's feet-type wrinkles. The study showed Collactive™ can safely increase skin moisture and decrease the number of deep wrinkles. It also proved a protective effect against wrinkles compared to the placebo group.

Researches used skin-analysis equipment to measure the number and debt of wrinkles, as well as skin hydration. Tolerance of Collactive™ was evaluated through a clinical examination and volunteers were asked to complete a questionnaire. After 28 days, Collactive™ caused a significant decrease (20%) of the number of deep wrinkles in 71% of the subjects. The level was stabilized at day 84. In the placebo group, an increase in the number of deep wrinkles was noted at both day 28 and day 84. In addition, Collactive™ hydrated and moisturized the skin by an average 8%. This capacity to decrease wrinkles and increase skin hydration helps fight the visual effects of skin aging, especially during harsh weather months.

NutriBeauté™ is designed to fill the need for the millions of U.S based women seeking a proven effective anti-wrinkle skin care product that's currently scarcely available to them.

For availability of NutriBeauté™, The Mega Beauty Protein, visit http://www.SkinBeautySecret.com.

About Gelacom Health Corporation:

Gelacom Health Corporation manufacturers and markets innovative health and beauty products throughout North America. Our mission is to exceed our customers' expectations in quality, delivery, and cost through continuous improvement and customer interaction.

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Paul Young, CEO/President
Gelacom Health, Corp.
pauly (at) gelacomhealth (dot) com
888-597-8314

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