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oxygen can help erase years of damage from your skin

May 5, 2008

We breathe it, drink it and use it to save lives, but did you know that oxygen can help erase years of damage from your skin and keep it looking healthy, smooth and radiant? The Simply Flawless O2 skin care line contains a patented Oxygen Complex called RejuvenOx PFD that immediately goes to work, helping to create a more youthful-looking appearance in just 14 days! The RejuvenOx PFD molecule in Simply Flawless O2 encourages skin to produce elastin and collagen, which aids in minimizing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It also helps to restore moisture and increase circulation, feeding the skin essential nutrients to help prevent future damage from free radicals. Simply Flawless O2 provides the skin with a system of three anti-aging products to revitalize and rejuvenate skin at every age.

More info: www.simplyflawlesso2.com
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