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A Trio of Treatments from Sustainable Youth

November 30, -0001

Sustainable Youth Technologies, a new beauty and wellness company that manufactures and distributes cosmeceuticals and nutricosmetics, has launched a trio of treatments: Immune Performance Elastifirm Supplement, Elasticity Cream and Revitalizing Serum. Each features Alasta, the company’s patent-pending anti-aging active that helps to improve skin’s elasticity and firmness through its ability to boost the body’s overall immune system. According to Sustainable Youth Technologies, a stronger, more efficient immune system is better able to resist inflammation and combat free radical damage, collagen fiber degradation and elastin cross linking, all major contributors to skin aging.

In a 12-week placebo-controlled, double-blind clinical trial utilizing Alasta in an oral supplement, 70% of the subjects demonstrated up to 61% improvement in skin elasticity and firmness. In an 8-week placebo-controlled, double-blind clinical trial utilizing Alasta in a topical application, 100% of the subjects demonstrated up to 72% improvement in skin elasticity and firmness.

More info: www.sustainableyouthproducts.com
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