New Supplement available in February 2013 that increases DNA repair in the skin and body by 33% plus MORE!
Osmosis Pur Medical Skin Care has renamed and re-branded ATP Cell Therapy to Elevate. ATP Cell Therapy™ took a revolutionary approach with a patent-pending formulation offering a new, healthy way to lose weight while reaping many other benefits. This supplement increased your body's production of ATP. ATP powers your metabolism amongst other things which thereby provides you with energy and focus while you lose weight. The re-branded version, Elevate, will have the revolutionary active ingredient from Cat's Claw extract which has been research proven to increase DNA repair in the skin and body by 33%. So along with the previous ATP benefits, the added benefits the Cat's Claw extract is reduced redness and blistering from sun exposure, lower body fat and increased healing capacity of the body with anything that involves DNA damage.
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1. The product should be chirally correct.
2. Non-toxic (i.e. no parabens, fragrances, etc...)
3. Formulated with a delivery system such as liposome technology that allows ingredients to penetrate into the dermis.
4. Ingredients that penetrate should be time tested (independently) to stimulate collagen production and improve the health of the skin. Beware of marketing hype that uses fancy terminology.
Q - Can aging be reversed?
A - Skin will return to its most ideal state if there has not beem scarring and if it is given high levels of the nutrients it relies on to function optimally, and it is not continually subjected to ongoing inflammation. This means you cannot use irritants, you cannot exfoliate, you cannot get sunburns. You must increase circulation and maximize non-traumatic ingredients that encourage the skin to live up to its potential. We must also increase our immune efforts to repair and remove the scar tissue. This is best done by activating macrophages. Finally, we need to make repairs at the cellular level to the actual damaged DNA until we can achieve productions levels of antioxidants and enzymes that match the skin of our youth.
Q - Why do I get facial hair?
A - There are two components to facial hair: your genetic makeup and the influence of testosterone. Certain ethnicities have higher levels of villous activity. Other women are effected by ovanian cysts, low body fat levels, and the effects of hormone-laced dairy products.
Q - Why am I getting acne after age 30?
A - This coul dbe from ovarian cysts. It could be poor elimination and a need for more regularity. It could be elevated yeast levels. It could be a sluggish liver. It could be a buildup of a particular toxin.
Q - What are those bumps on my kids' arms?
A - Those goose bumps are what known as keratosis pilaris. I believe they are related to digestion. Exfoliation helps little, but internal options like probitics and/or anti-fungals may be more beneficial.The skin on the back of the arm is sensitive, which is why aggressive topical remedies are not tolerated well.
Ben Johnson, MD "Transform Your Skin Naturally", 2010
The introduction of retinoic acid and alpha hydroxy acids to skincare products marks the first time consumers saw immediate gratification in their anti-aging quest. It was a boom for esthetics, who now had clients setting up monthly visits to get their acid fix as part of their facial. The results were impressive-plump, taut skin with a reduced appearance of wrinkles. Who wouldn't be hooked.
The problem, however, is that these results are only temporary, and in the long run they actually damage the skin and cause it to age faster than it would if we didn't use the harsh products and techniques. The reason is that when we apply retinoic acid and alpha hydroxy acids to the skin, we are causing inflammation-and inflammation is bad for the skin. When you apply an acid to your face-and this applies to almost every acid, depending on the concentration-you immediately create trauma. This trauma results in swelling. Swelling makes wrinkles and fine lines look better, but only temporarily.
The other effect of these treatments is that they damage the epidermal barrier. The skin, being the intelligent defense mechanism that it is, sees this damage as an assault and seeks to fix the problem. In what is called an "emergency repair response," the skin rushes to repair the damaged epidermis, which speeds up the epidermal turnover rate. Unfortunately, many skincare experts assume that increased epidermal turnover is a good thing-evidence that the skin is returning to its youthful functioning-yet, this forced exfoliation is actually the skin's equivalent of a four-alarm fire.
Ben Johnson, MD "Transform Your Skin Naturally", 2010, Chapter 2, pp. 21-22.
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