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New Active from Presperse Targets ‘Skinflamm-Aging’



Published August 2, 2013
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Skinflamm-Aging,” which refers to the result of a complex combination of processes resulting in thin, dull, uneven skin with fine lines and rough texture. The company contends that these signs of aging are counteracted by using Lumiesse, a fast-acting ingredient to help restore the glow of youthful skin.

Released in March of 2013, Lumiesse combines the anti-inflammatory power of natural plant extracts with a stable form of vitamin C with demonstrated efficacy. Antioxidant protection, combined with a boost in collagen, improves texture and reduces the appearance of fine lines.

The recent trademark approval by the US Patent and Trademark Office for the term Skinflamm-Aging further highlights the uniqueness of Lumiesse’s approach to restoring aging skin, according to the company.

 Presperse also recently tested further applications for  Pellicer. This peptide-like, plant-derived active ingredient is one of Presperse’s only hair care ingredients proven to repair damage from heat and chemical processing as well as improve the overall look and feel of hair, according to the company.

More info: www.presperse.com 


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