New York, New York (PRWEB) August 01, 2012
While recent decades have witnessed much improvement concerning air pollution, new initiatives announced by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) aim to cut down on soot found in the air. A recent article from MSNBC describes the official announcement, made by EPA representatives in June, to propose “new standards to regulate fine particle air pollution.” While the article explains how these elements contaminate air and thus causes medical problems in citizens, Nue Science, makers of an anti-aging skin care product explain how pollution can also cause skin damage.
The article states that “fine particle pollution can reach deep into the lungs and has been tied to premature death, heart attacks and strokes.” In addition, the EPA recognizes that soot particles, also known as “PM2.5,” are linked to causing bronchitis in citizens and worsening asthma in children. While such conditions can be fatal, Nue Science adds that dirty air can also cause unhealthy skin conditions that can speed up signs of aging.
In a recent press statement, Nue Science noted, “Aside from the obvious lung and heart complications caused by soot, dirty air can cause skin dryness, premature aging, eczema, rashes and acne.” While Nue Science promotes its three-step Cell Revival™ system as a way to prevent and correct signs of aging that come naturally, cleaner air will help people avoid harmful skin conditions.
According to the article, the EPA plans set forth this new regulation and require diesel engines, power plants, industrial plants and other producers of fine particle pollution to adhere to the revamped standards by 2020. In the article Gina McCarthy, assistant administrator in EPA's Office of Air and Radiation states, “As a result of these rules, we will be saving hundreds of thousands of lives and prevent significant amounts of health consequences including premature death.”
Nue Science responds positively to such measures, as the company already implements environmentally-safe and cruelty-free practices in its production. A company spokesperson states, “It is our position that there are few issues more important than public health. The EPA is not only saving lives, but holding companies responsible for the ways they impact the environment and American health.” For those interested in making their opinion heard on the issue, the EPA is open to public comment on the new rules until August 15, 2012.
Nue Science Cell Revival is a complete topical anti-aging system designed by a team of skincare professionals including Lovely Laban, ARNP, an authority in the fields of aesthetics and cosmetic dermatology. Cell Revival is formulated to prevent and repair common symptoms of aging including wrinkles, brown spots and sagging skin.