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Anti Aging Skin Breakthrough by NZ Scientists

Anti Aging Skin Serum Breakthrough by New Zealand Scientists.

New Zealand Biotechnology Company, Immune Biologica(TM), have launched a revolutionary anti-aging skin care product and is poised to take a share of the global $9.9 billion anti-aging skin care market.

Immune Biologica(TM) Skin Serum is the surprise result of quite separate Research and Development being carried out by Immune Biologica(TM) on wound care and anti cancer treatments.

What makes Immune Biologica(TM) Skin Serum different from the latest “silver bullet” fad in the anti-aging skin care market is that it stimulates the skin’s immunological defense mechanism to prevent the onset of premature aging.

“Immune Biologica(TM) Skin Serum is probably the most scientifically advanced natural defense against the effects of premature aging. It contains pure fractionated thymus peptides which stimulate the skin’s own natural regenerative defense mechanisms.” says Immune Biologica’s Technical Director, Ray Avery.

One of the most consistent scientific findings associated with aging is immunosenescence, the decline of the body’s natural defense mechanism. This is caused by a decrease in activity of the thymus gland contributing to the development of the visible effects of aging.

The aging process speeds up in the mid twenties onwards and therefore Immune Biologica(TM) Skin Serum is not just for the middle aged.

Avery said, “We took what we had learnt from our ongoing wound healing and cancer research studies and applied it to the formulation of Immune Biologica(TM) Skin Serum. What we found is that topically applied purified thymus extracts promote a natural regenerative process which significantly reduces the visible signs of aging.”

Immune Biologica(TM) is a privately owned New Zealand biotechnology company, co-founded by internationally renowned molecular biologist, Olga Garkavenko and NZ pharmaceutical scientist, Ray Avery, and is conducting ongoing R&D into the development of cosmetic surgery wound healing products, anti cancer and HIV/AIDS treatment molecules. Serum available online.


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