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Study Finds Pomegranate Extract May Reverse Skin Aging

October 7, 2008

A new study indicates a pomegranate extract standardized to punicalagins (as in Pomella extract) may help promote healthy, young-looking skin in several ways. The study, performed at Texas A&M University and published online in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry on Aug. 22, explored the protective effects of the clinically researched pomegranate extract against ultraviolet rays (UV-A and UV-B) in SKU-1064 human skin fibroblast cells.

Pomella Extract is a 100% natural, clinically researched pomegranate extract manufactured under cGMP, ISO-9000:2001, HACCP standards, is kosher- and halal-certified, GMO-free and now available in USDA Certified Organic forms. More info: www.pomextract.com
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