London, UK. September 21, 2015

Shhh… our secret! 3 steps to a radiant look

Bright, healthy skin around the eyes can help people feel confident in all aspects of life. When it comes to first impressions, the eyes are usually the most notable feature. Unfortunately, this area is most susceptible to showing the signs of aging and fatigue.

The periocular area is an extremely fragile and sensitive area due to a series of anatomic and physiological factors. Eye contour skin is very thin and contains few sebaceous glands, so it deteriorates very easily. Furthermore, it is subject to the movements of permanently active muscles producing the appearance of expression lines and wrinkles. Over time, fluid retention in the orbital septum is increased, provoking the appearance of bags under the eyes, and the production of melanins that generate ugly dark circles.

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London, UK - September 1, 2015

PHA:10Xvit Bionic Super Antioxidant Solution, high-level age defense for a more youthful skin complexion

As we age, symptoms of photoaging become increasingly prominent. A general reduction in the production of collagen fibers and glycosaminoglycans, and the degeneration of elastic fibers contributes the formation of wrinkles and flaccid skin, leading to the loss of elasticity and skin sagging. The sowing down of cell turnover leads to an increase of skin dryness and roughness and appearance of age spots.

One out of every three women report seeing the first symptoms of aging before 35. It is essential to take corrective action early to prevent the damage from worsening. md:ceuticals launches the latest breakthrough in their skincare portfolio, PHA:10Xvit Bionic Super Antioxidant Solution, a corrective treatment that brings cutting-edge ingredients to clients at a high level of efficacy, for an even tone and smooth, radiant and retightened skin surface.

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London, UK - September 1, 2015

Bionic:skinClear Acne & Scar Eraser wins the battle against acne, scarring and inflammation

Acne is among the most common cutaneous disorder and it is associated with the potential for significantly disfiguring scarring and psychosocial concerns in patients. Even in its mild form, acne can cause anxiety and depression, having lingering impacts on social interactions, self-confidence and self-esteem.

Although many traditional oral medical agents have been demonstrated to be effective in the treatment of acne, the prevalence of the disease and its frequently resistant nature make the development of alternative therapies highly desirable.

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