Scientific Skin Care Makes Stars' Skin Glow On The Small Screen

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P8N8 Skincare becoming a staple of TV makeup artists.

make (their) skin feel great!

Whether they are catching card counters in sin city, shielding the nation from terrorists or helping spirits resolve unfinished business on earth, they are all doing it with glowing skin. Stars of the hit TV shows Las Vegas, 24 and Ghost Whisperer may not have a lot in common, but they all share radiant complexions thanks to P8N8 skincare products.

P8N8 Skincare, which takes its name from the eight protons and eight neutrons that make up oxygen, is quickly becoming a must-have among stars of the small screen.

It uses a unique Bio EnergizedTM technology to deliver the oxygen essential for healthy, glowing skin, along with Japanese green tea and other powerful, age-defying components to make skin look radiant onscreen and off.    

What happens in Vegas... longer stays in Vegas. The Sin City secret to skin care is out. Makeup artists Sharon Helgestad and Pam Phillips use P8N8 to make the glamorous girls of Las Vegas glow in the fast-paced, sexy world of high stakes casinos. Playing with the high rollers may be stressful, but you won’t see dull skin or a blemish on Molly Sims, Nikki Cox or Vanessa Marcil, thanks to P8N8 products. The women think the Multi-Vita Complex is “fabulous,” and keep coming back for the Sensitive Skin Serum, Multi-Vita Gel Toner and Multi-Vita Professional Cleanser that “make (their) skin feel great!”

The makeup artists also rave about the P8N8 Multi Vita Peptide Complex powders, which come in a rainbow of stunning shades that reflect light and illuminate the face, proclaiming them “perfect for casino scenes”. In fact, the Peptides have become must-haves among those taking care of business everywhere from Sin City to Purgatory…

Celestial beauty

Jennifer Love Hewitt and Aisha Tyler may be blessed with heavenly looks to begin with, but their celestial glow on Ghost Whisperer comes from an earthly source -- P8N8 Multi Vita Peptide Complex powders. Makeup artist Julie Socash uses the multi-purpose products as eye, lip, cheek (and even nail) color, either wet for a glamorous metallic sheen, or gently blended into the skin for a healthy daytime glow.    

And, if they’ve had a long day on the set, Jennifer and Aisha don’t need to worry about falling right into bed without tending to their face.    The 100% pure mineral-based products contain no chemicals or preservatives, making them healthy enough to sleep in, and the skin restorative ingredients provide an intensive moisture treatment overnight.

All in a days work

Thwarting terrorist attacks, train crashes and assassination attempts is enough to cause more than a few fine lines and wrinkles, so the cast of 24 counts on P8N8 products, like Multi Vita Professional Cleanser Cleansing Gel, Multi Vita Complex 1 Cream, and Multi Vita Shock Treatment to combat skin damage. Make up artist Dee Mansano uses the Multi Vita formulas on all 10 cast members, including Kiefer Sutherland, Jean Smart and Kim Raver, to gently melt away debris, toxins and make-up while nourishing, moisturizing and protecting the skin.

Even for those of us without a hit TV show

P8N8 blends the finest of all-natural ingredients in very complex and powerful formulations created by dermatologists and chemists specifically for aging and sun-damaged skin to lift, lighten and firm the skin leaving a more refined complexion and a healthy, youthful glow worthy of a close up. For more information, visit

P8N8 Bio Energized Oxygen, available in select European spas and salons, is now distributed in the United States exclusively through P8N8 Skincare USA. P8N8 products were developed by dermatologists for the purpose of treating aging and sun damaged skin and its related conditions. P8N8 stands apart with its Bio Energized technology that transports ingredients deep within the skin’s inner layers.


Jerry Haines, Media Relations

P8N8 Skincare USA



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