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Miracle Anti-Wrinkle Cream

Miracle Anti-Wrinkle Cream

            The key ingredient in this product, are stem cells extracted from Eryngium Maritinium (EM), a marine plant. Thanks to a scientific breakthrough in 2010 when scientists at the Plant Cell Institute finally succeeded in developing a process that would extract plant stem cells without damaging them, we are now starting to see the benefits of their research.
            Marine plants are categorized as “extremeophiles”, as they are able to survive and adapt to extreme, unstable environments. They are able to change, repair and provide protection from similar conditions that our skin faces every day. Specifically, EM is a plant that is able to protect itself against sun radiation, dehydration and oxidation.
            Clinically, stem cell extracts from this plant have been observed to be effective in addressing aging disorders of the skin, especially superficial wrinkles and rough and dry skin. In my opinion, this is true nutrition directly for the skin.
            Aging disorders of the skin are a common occurrence that affects everyone due to factors which affect the quality of our air, water and food. While the skin also reflects the condition of our internal organs, and a good skin repair program always includes improving the nutritional status and functioning of our vital internal organs, skin repair and rejuvenation can be greatly enhanced through the use of “nutrition for the skin” as can be derived using the stem cells of certain plants.
            This product has been tested on many individuals and further comment can be found on and from the magazine The Derm Review, who proclaimed it one of the best skincare products of 2019. And, as far as we have heard, there is not been one instance of an adverse reaction, irritation or any negative effect from this cream.
            This skincare cream is an inexpensive, super high quality alternative to the high-end (and often toxic) commercial skincare products many of our patients are using today. This is a much better alternative. We look forward to hearing about your results.
Get it here for only $97.00.  Natural Health, 2000 Jefferson, Quincy, IL, 217-228-2040.  
 “Get Healthy, Stay Healthy, and Live Well”
-Dr. Mark


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