Supplier's Corner

CIT’s Fiflow BTX Provides Surgical Results

June 7, 2006

l Fiflow BTX from Cosmetics Innovations and Technologies, Sarl, France, is a raw material that acts in multiple levels imparting Botox-like effects without surgery, injections or unwanted side effects. The product is based on a blend of medical grade perfluorocarbons (PFC), which are not drugs, but act as gas carriers.
The performance of Fiflow BTX is based on four mechanisms that permit strong and fast visible results and long-term improvement of age lines. First, the product penetrates the skin quickly and provides a long half-life with different molecular weights. Next, skin volume increases instantly based on the volume structure of PFC’s and their properties. The product offers Botox-type muscle relaxation, immediately improving skin appearance and reducing wrinkles. Finally, Fiflow BTX cleans the cells from CO2, refreshing cellular metabolism. More info: E-mail: info@creationscouleurs.com; www.creationscouleurs.com.
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