Skin Aging Breakthrough
"Scientists have discovered the genes that can reverse skin aging. And using stem cells, anti-aging peptides and the new science of Gene Chip Analysis, they may have just cracked the skin anti-aging code."
By Mark Mansfield
I believe in what American scientific ingenuity can accomplish.
Consider, we have approximately 23,000 genes in our bodies, and each gene has a function. One group of genes affects our skin and the aging process. Leveraging advances in computing power, scientists have already mapped out all of our genes in an effort called the Human Genome Project; this took over thirteen years to complete.
One Hundred and Forty Eight (148) of those genes have been classified as the skin's "anti-aging genes." In short, they are key in regulating the aging process that our skin goes through as we grow older. The strategy is to influence these genes to act in certain ways, and thereby impede the aging process of our skin. We are getting closer every day, and it is important that you understand the methodology scientists use to determine the effect of certain compounds on genes.
Major cosmetics companies with extensive research and development teams routinely submit compounds for testing to a world-recognized lab. Using a testing process that is called "gene chip analysis," the compounds are tested; the tests are considered successful if they trigger and identify genes that positively regulate or assist in promoting skin health. This breakthrough is often rare and considered a major accomplishment, and understandably, the consumer pays for it.
Typically, the product produced after testing is often sold to the public for hundreds of dollars an ounce. After all, the cosmetic company has to pay large R&D teams and other overhead such as advertising. But not all breakthroughs are discovered by big companies.
Scientists in a small well-funded biotech company in California have been working on several compounds using stem cells, anti-aging peptides and ingredients that are readily available in the food chain. They took these ingredients and processed them in a very unusual way that positively affects our genetic makeup.
All the multi-gene patent pending compounds were submitted to an internationally recognized and respected testing lab. When the testing was completed, the lab technicians were surprised by the results.
All of the compounds showed positive gene-altering effects on many of the 148 anti-aging genes; these results were not restricted to one gene but impacted multiple genes. For example, one anti-aging peptide showed effects on twenty of the genes. The California lab was also able to determine the most effective concentration of each of the compounds to provide maximum efficacy.
There are several breakthroughs that these compounds successfully initiated, specifically the rapid ability to reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well other signs of premature aging. This product is called TeloSC Skin and is supported by a human clinical study.
This company supports Maximum Life Foundation's program to reverse human aging. They have generously offered to reward MaxLife donors with 80% discounted products worth hundreds of dollars.
So invest in your youthful healthy future by donating to Maximum Life Foundation. But act now while this offer is still available.