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January 10, 2007

Beverly Hills dermatologist Dr. Stuart Kaplan was inspired to create the kaplanMD line after many of his female patients complained about skin damage caused by diminishing hormones. He spent years conducting research and collaborating with scientists and endocrinologists, as well as laboratories in the U.S. and abroad to create kaplanMD for transitioning skin, which contain an effective combination of patented ingredients, including Phytogenic Triactive complex of plant-based estrogens.

kaplanMD for transitioning skin, is the first line of professional, medically proven skin care products designed specifically to counteract the negative effects of diminishing hormones on the skin, which usually occurs around the late 20s and early 30s. The products are formulated for the real-life skin care needs for skin over the age of 30, kaplanMD provides protection against aging and environmental damage. More info: www.skindoc.net.
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