NEW YORK, N.Y. — If you haven’t heard that “Stem-Cell” technology is revolutionizing skin care, you’re probably one of those people who still thinks her supermarket moisturizer is just as good as the “expensive stuff.” According to the skincare experts at Voss Laboratories(TM), makers of Amatokin(R) Emulsion For The Face, “Stem Cells” are the future of skin rejuvenation. Why? These new “Stem-Cell” emulsions can actually “rejuvenate” skin by “awakening” your body’s own reservoir of undifferentiated Stem Cells.
“Not only will they reduce the appearance of fine lines, deep lines and other age-related imperfections,” explains Gina Gay, spokesperson for Amatokin, “These high-tech emulsions make your skin look smoother, tighter, healthier… in other words younger… really younger.”
That’s why virtually every major cosmetic manufacturer is rushing to tap into this new stem-cell technology.
“Cosmetic chemists around the globe are burning the midnight oil for one simple reason,” explains research scientist Dr. Richard Wells, Ph.D. “As we age, stem-cell utilization for skin repair is less efficient. However, the potential that nature has given us to access these endogenous stem-cell reservoirs for skin rejuvenation is quite remarkable. That’s why science is seeking to activate the potential of our inherent adult stem-cell reservoirs. In so doing, the practical use of stem-cell technology can provide the consumer with a topical, anti-aging cosmetic formula that simply makes everyone look years younger.”
What does this mean in plain English? Stem cells are hot… and getting hotter. And why not? Imagine a complexion that’s new, fresh, and with “perfect” skin cells that are undamaged by age, sun or pollution.
The Amatokin(R) Story
Amatokin has quite a history. Developed in Russia at the “super-secret” Research and Production Center for Medical Biotechnology (a high-security medical lab located 62 miles north of St. Petersburg, surrounded by razor wire and machine-gun-toting armed guards… no kidding), the Amatokin peptide (known in official circles as polypeptide #153) was developed as part of ongoing research to help burn victims (interestingly, today’s most important “anti-aging” compounds are derived from burn-related research).
“Right now, Amatokin is the most talked about skin cream in the world,” said Ms. Gay. “When Amatokin premiered at Sephora’s flagship store on the famed Champs-Ãƒâ€°lysÃƒÂ©es (under large banners proclaiming ‘Stem Cells… The Promise of Skin Rejuvenation) Parisian women lined up to get their hands on what the media was calling ‘the most profound skin-care breakthrough in more than three decades.’ Right there, in the middle of Paris and the heart of the world’s cosmetic industry, the crowd’s excitement and anticipation were quite a sight.”
NOTE: Amatokin(R) Emulsion For The Face costs $190 for 30 ml (approx. one-month supply) and is available at Bloomingdale’s, Sephora, Nordstrom, Macy’s, Lord & Taylor and Saks 5th Avenue, or directly from Voss Labs at http://www.Amatokin.com. The Amatokin family also includes Amatokin(R) Eye Cream and Amatokin(R) Intensive Skin-Rejuvenating Serum.