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Remergent DNA Repair Formula tackles skin repair at DNA level
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Jul '08
Spending too much time soaking in the sun or in a tanning bed can be dangerous. The sun's ultraviolet rays, known as UVA and UVB, are damaging to the skin. Even if you don't end up with a suntan, overexposure to these rays can cause skin cancer and many other skin problems.

SkinCareRX has introduced to the marketplace the highly advanced biotechnology product Remergent DNA Repair Formula, a repairing serum that stimulates the skin, prompting its DNA repair mechanism to correct the damaged DNA and protect the skin on a daily basis.

“There is hope for those of us who spent the summers of our youth outdoors without proper sun protection,” said Kristy Taylor, beauty expert and co-founder of SkinCareRx.com. “While preventing sun damage is best, for those whose skin is already showing signs of being ravaged by the sun's rays, there is a way to repair the flaws.

The unique product Remergent DNA Repair Formula tackles skin repair at the DNA level and is engineered to deliver active ingredients directly to skin cells to promote self-healing and to help skin resist future injury,” she says.

The most common types of skin damage are wrinkles, age spots on the face, back and chest, irregular pigmentation that makes the skin look mottled and red and solar elastosis. UV rays break down the skin's connective tissue, which causes skin to lose its strength and flexibility. This condition, known as solar elastosis, is characterized by creases, deep wrinkles and loose, sagging skin.

Remergent DNA Repair Formula works due to the combination of Photosomes – a plankton cell extract activated by the sun, Ultrasomes – UV-resistant organisms, plant enzymes, an anti-inflammatory property used in traditional Chinese medicine and amino acids.

“Not too long ago, baking in the sun's rays, covered in baby oil and spending hours in tanning salons was the fashionable thing to do,” said Chris Taylor, co-founder of SkinCareRx.com.

“However, we have become more aware of the damaging effect of UV rays to the skin. The best way to prevent such damage is to avoid being in the sun and using tanning beds, but that's not realistic all the time for most people. If you need to be in the sun, wear a minimum SPF 15 sunscreen, wear a wide-brimmed hat and wear clothing made from tightly woven cloths so the rays can't hit your skin.”

SkinCareRx.com


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