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Babor invites women to smile

November 22, 2005

Babor invites women to smile to their hearts’ content with Mimical Control, said to be an at-home Botox alternative. Babor Mimical Control stops the nerve impulses that cause muscle contractions which may lead to wrinkling, executives at the Palm Beach, FL-based company said. This muscle-control action relies on Italian curry plant extract to relax irritated skin and promote the production of “feel-good” endorphins. As a result, skin stays relaxed and expression lines are smoothed out, Babor executives said. The cream retails for $65 at resort and destination spas, as well as at the Babor Institut.
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