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What in the world are “REAL” results?

 

What in the world are “REAL” results?

by Carol Kimball

In the world of anti-aging skin care, hype and marketing claims abound, with few results.  What if a company could prove that their science works?  What if they got real people to try their product?   Finally, a breakthrough product has been created that provides the satisfaction of real results with the confidence of real science.

 

During advanced biotechnology research on the uses of the Nerium oleander plant, an accidental discovery was made: the unique properties of this plant provided remarkable age-defying results when applied to the skin. This finding led to the creation of the NeriumAD skincare line.

 

NeriumAD is a revolutionary skin-soothing and age-defying treatment for topical applications.  It utilizes a breakthrough, patent-pending technology that provides for the formulation and development of this first-of-its-kind skincare line.

The NAE-8 Extract, in conjunction with other synergistic, age-defying ingredients, is responsible for the creation of real results. This powerful formula allows NeriumAD to address multiple concerns at once.  Third-party clinical trials show that NeriumAD dramatically reduces the appearance of:

 

  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Uneven skin texture
  • Enlarged pores
  • Aging or sun-damaged skin

 

Nerium SkinCare enlisted the services of the prominent firm ST&T Research to perform clinical trials on Nerium AD.  Using the most advanced facial scanning equipment available, ST&T set out to thoroughly test the effects of NeriumAD.  ST&T’s technology, which includes fluorescent spectroscopy technology and artificial intelligence, allows them to accurately see and measure what is happening on the skin’s surface.

This new technology, only available in the last 3 or 4 years, now takes the subjectiveness out of clinical testing. Their high-end R&D scanning system uses special software that was originally designed to find fine cracks in semi-conductor chips.  Now it’s being used to identify fine lines in people’s skin.

The results from NeriumAD’s clinical trial are based on hard data output from ST&T’s facial scanning equipment, which measures the actual change in the skin.  However, many well-known skincare companies base the results from their clinical studies on participants’ opinion or the visual grading of doctors, rather than the scientific facial scanning method.  This means the efficacy of their products are determined subjectively, rather than by actually computer measurements.  Although NeriumAD’s results can easily be seen by the naked eye, the percentages from Nerium’s clinical trials are based solely on unbiased scientific data.

In most products tested by ST&T, they’re happy to see 2½ to 5% reduction of lines and wrinkles, which has been considered significant in the past. With NeriumAD, the statistical movement over 30-40 day period showed movement of 35 to 55% improvement and even some were 60%!  That’s the “new significant”.

What in the world are “real” results?  Are you ready?  Results based on real science?  Want to learn more?  Want to see the dramatic changes for yourself?  Want to experience it yourself?

 

For More Information, go to:

http://kimball.nerium.com

http://www.kimball.arealbreakthrough.com

http://kimball.neriumproducts.com

http://kimball.theneriumlook.com

 

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