FORT LAUDERDALE, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 02/06/12 -- Beach Marketing reports "what's trending" on the Internet. A Friday television appearance when the acclaimed Dr. Oz made an example of a 55 year old woman in Times Square has shed new light on an ingredient one company has pioneered since 2009.
Taking his following to the Jumbotron in New York City, the popular Dr. Oz made an example of a guest named Diana. Dr. Oz challenged viewers by polling them asking for guesses as to her age. With her image plastered everywhere, the results were made final. The viewers rationed that her age was 53. The sad part of the story is that Diana is only 44 years young.
When it all boiled down, Diana told Dr. Oz she thinks "her eyes are what make her look old." Not being able to afford a facelift, Diana accepted the fact she looked older than she actually is. Dr. Oz offered up an ingredient called Argireline.
Argireline is a needle free ingredient used in the best skin creams and serums that "works just like Botox." The doctor suggests it should be a featured ingredient in the skin creams, extolling its virtues and a recommended concentration is 5-10%.
A company well known for pioneering the use of Argireline and other laboratory-tested ingredients is Skin Pro. Makers of the market-leading Elite Serum, Skin Pro have been educating consumers about Argireline and its anti wrinkle effects since 2009.
"We've used Argireline in several of our anti wrinkle products and are a major importer of cosmeceutical products," stated Skin Pro CTO Richard Banks. "Our laboratory has been at the forefront of blending peptides together to make the best skin rejuvenation creams and daily maintenance products for healthier skin. We owe a lot of our success to the makers of Argireline as it's been a lynchpin in many of our formulas that help our customers look younger," added Banks.
In addition to the best selling Elite Serum, Skin Pro has a pending patent for a cold-activated skin cream. The company continues to build its line of boutique skin products from its South Florida location.
Sources from Dr. Oz's television show, including related blogs, were used when writing this story.
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