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Botanically based skin care products to help fight aging

10
May '08
Actifirm, a leading manufacturer of science-based skin care using natural botanicals, announced it is scheduled to return to QVC for its first one-hour show on Saturday, May 10 at 7 AM (ET).

As a part of the debut, Elysiann Bishop, president of Actifirm, will present four new items in addition to the currently offered Actifirm 10% Z-Peel and Actifirm Face Firm.

The products scheduled to be offered include:
- Actifirm 10% Z-Peel -- mimics nature's processes to exfoliate dead skin cells without excessive irritation
- Actifirm Face Firm -- a firming gel that helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
- Actifirm Renovation Cream -- helps increase skin moisturization, firmness, elasticity and luminosity while decreasing the appearance of superficial facial lines
- Actifirm Renovation Eye Cream -- light cream that increases skin firmness and moisturization around the eye area using a gentle concentrate of herbs and high-tech hydrators
- Actifirm Actilash -- eyelash conditioning product that enhances the appearance of healthy lashes
- Actifirm Discovery Kit-- a four piece kit created especially for QVC offers some of Actifirm's leading products
- Antioxidant Cleanser, Z-Peel, Renovation Serum and Actimoist Booster

"QVC is one of the largest multimedia retailers in the world and there is no question they are a critical distribution channel for the beauty industry, so we are thrilled to be expanding our product lineup," says Ms. Bishop.


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