European anti-glycation formula shown to reverse 8-10 years of aging in initial 500 volunteers.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 17, 2013
Ron Cummings, CEO of AminoGenesis Skin Care, recently acquired the rights to an anti-glycation formula clinically shown to be effective in reversing damage and now available as a facial serum. This new technology helped 500 women look 8-10 years younger in a 60-day trial.
Glycation occurs when a sugar molecule bonds with a protein. The protein then becomes misshapen and excretes exotoxins that disrupt cellular metabolism, he explains. Collagen, which makes skin look smooth and plump, is a protein that’s particularly vulnerable to glycation. The damage manifests as wrinkles, lines, discoloration and edema.
“Scientists have long understood the effects of glycation and oxidation on collagen proteins, and antioxidants have been the buzz for quite some time,” Cummings says. Many plant extracts have been helpful, however, the biggest challenge was that most of these treatments only helped prevent further damage but did nothing to reverse previous glycation damage.
“But recently found effective are anti-glycation plant extracts that actually break the sugar-protein molecule bond and allow the protein to return to its original shape,” he says.
"This is an extraordinary breakthrough and truly something new in the fight against aging skin. As soon as we saw the research we did not rest until we acquired the exact formula used in the clinical trials!'
The new anti-glyacation formula is being is being marketed under the AminoGenesis brand name as A.G.E. Control.
About Ron Cummings
Ron Cummings is the founder and CEO of AminoGenesis Skin Care, http://www.aminogenesis.com, which utilizes amino acids as the key ingredients to its age- and damage-reversing products. The formula for the solution features 17 plant-purified amino acids, which are necessary for healthy and radiant skin. The company’s formulas include anti-glycation properties, which are very rare in today’s skin-care products. Cummings donated one of his products, a protective agent, to support military forces in Afghanistan and received a hearty letter of gratitude from the Marines of Special Operations Company Bravo, which described the product’s excellent performance, as well as a flag that was flown “in the face of the enemy, over Forward Operating Base Robinson in Sangin, Afghanistan.”
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