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Dr. Jón Bragi Bjarnason, Ph.D

July 12, 2007

Dr. Jón Bragi Bjarnason, Ph.D. discovered the key to skin rejuvenation—in the form of a highly active marine enzyme. After extensive research on the enzyme’s wound healing abilities, Dr. Bragi received the worldwide patent on Penzyme (so-called for its skin-penetrating actions), the main active ingredient in the new Dr. Bragi Age Management Marine Enzyme.

The marine enzyme penetrates deep into the epidermis, and the skin’s body heat rapidly increases the enzyme’s ability to transform the skin from within. 

Dr. Bragi Age Management Marine Enzyme is a unique, non-greasy anti-aging serum, free of artificial additives or chemicals, making it hypo-allergenic and suitable for even the most sensitive skin. 

The Dr. Bragi Age Management Marine Enzyme has four main anti-aging actions. Rejuvenating action cleanses and exfoliates, moisturizing action improves elasticity, lifting action encourages production of collagen and anti-inflammatory reduces irritation, itchiness, and redness, while helping to improve skin conditions like rosacea, eczema and psoriasis. More info: www.drbragi.com.
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