Supplier's Corner

Clinical Results’ Peptide

November 14, 2005

l OxyPeptide promotes respiration and oxy- gen consumption at the cellular level, according to executives at Clinical Results Inc., St. Petersburg, FL.
The cosmeceutical technology stimulates cell turnover by 25% in only two weeks, company executives said. “This technology is a major breakthrough in skin care treatments,” said David Pollock, president of Clinical Results. “Prior to now, traditional creams employed hydrogen peroxide (for oxygenation to the skin), which is unstable and can actually have a negative effect on the skin. Our new series of OxyPeptide-based skin and body formulations help (consumers) to take control of (their) skin.”
The OxyPeptide formulation series includes Daily Exfoliating cleanser, OxyPeptide Boost serum, Daytime Lipid créme, Replenishing Night créme, A.M. Eye & Fine Line gel and Oxygenating Hand & Body lotion. More info: (727) 344-0519; Website: www.clinicalresults.com.
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