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Posted by: | Posted on: April 24, 2017

America’s Next Top Model Winner Endorses Dermefface FX7

TV and mid-sized companies make strange bedfellows for the simple reason that the latter rarely have large marketing budgets. But quality products will always move if they do what they claim. And sometimes, you never know who you’re helping.

That was the case in early 2013 when the makers of Dermefface FX7 learned they had a high-profile client who’d used the product to help get rid of a very prominent scar she’d developed after a fall. The client? Lisa D’Amato. And her claim to fame? None other than America’s Next Top Model.

Who is Lisa D’Amato?

Lisa D’Amato is an American model and recording artist. She’s known primarily for her time on America’s Next Top Model, appearing on the 5th cycle, where she placed sixth. Yet she remained a fan favorite for her bold style and daring outfits that landed her a second shot at the title, on America’s Next Top Model All-Stars, which she won in 2011.

D’Amato’s personality on America’s Next Top Model contributed to much of the show’s success, earning her the title ’10th Biggest Villain in Reality TV’ by TV Guide.

Her career blossomed, with modeling work for high profile clients like Guess and Barney’s New York. She continued her TV appearances as well, appearing on MTV Cribs and The Oxygen Network, among others. But her world crashed down, literally, in December 2012 when a freak accident left her with a huge facial scar that could have ended her modeling career.

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Posted by: | Posted on: April 24, 2017

Instant Wrinkle Reducer – Review

Botox in a bottle? We’ve heard that one about a million times. Everyone wants a piece of the anti-aging demographic that thinks it can get rid of wrinkles fast, yet without that whole can of worms of actually getting Botox injections.

If we sound jaded, it’s because we’ve seen this play out so many times only to see products promise but under deliver. But…this is important, we may have found one that actually works. The product? Instant Wrinkle Reducer by Skinception, which has a peptide found in Botox and comes with hyaluronic acid, which complement each other for stunning results.

Stunning indeed. Let’s take a closer look at Instant Wrinkle Reducer and whether it actually delivers what it claims…

Instant Wrinkle Reducer – Rated Excellent

Instant Wrinkle Reducer is a topical anti-aging cream from Skinception. But unlike that company’s other skin care products, Instant Wrinkle Reducer works as you watch. The results aren’t permanent – let’s get that out of the way right now. But they’re quick to the point that Instant Wrinkle Reducer really does work like Botox.

Just apply Instant Wrinkle Reducer and your wrinkles vanish for up to eight hours. That makes it perfect for nights when you want to go out, or for a morning application before you head to work. It gives you a leg up too, if you feel it’s important to look vibrant in your career.

Instant Wrinkle Reducer can assist with that, thanks to a formula that really is shaking things up in anti-aging circles.

What It Does:

Like you’d expect with that name, Instant Wrinkle Reducer gets rid of wrinkles right away. That’s because it has a peptide found in Botox, called Argireline, which freezes facial muscles temporarily deep within the skin and prevents them from contracting.

This is the same principle in action as you’d get with Botox injections, and they’re magnified by the hyaluronic acid, which helps moisture retention, and makes skin look plump and youthful.

Pros:

Plenty of those with Instant Wrinkle Reducer. This is a quality anti-aging cream that opens up new doors for women (and men) who want to look younger fast, without invasive procedures and without putting a hole in your wallet.

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Posted by: | Posted on: April 24, 2017

Why Do We Age?

The fountain of youth – such metaphorical piece of myth that alludes to immortality has been used over and over again on different forms of literature both in the past and in the present. Oftentimes, the fountain of youth’s classification as myth is challenged from time to time with some expeditions or travels that claim to have finally found the fountain’s location. Nonetheless, this recurring symbol of eternal youth in most forms of literature and art, verifies man’s innate affinity with immortality.

In our contemporary setting, this longing for immortality is almost within mankind’s grasp with the promise of better technologies and sciences in the near future. However, to completely grasp and understand the means of acquiring eternal life or a very long life span in the very least, one must first see the process behind our aging. This question kept many brilliant scientists hell-bent on searching for clues and theories that may answer such relentless query.

Through the course of these scientific explorations on the realm of human aging, scientists were able to come up with a term that refers to the human aging process – senescence. This term refers to a degeneration implication that manifests itself as people get old. Senescence is believed to be the result of a biochemical deregulation that is a natural component of life.

However, the effects of senescence vary among different species. Take for example a bat and a rodent, both of them are classified as mammals and both are of the same size, but a bat generally lives longer than a rodent for the former can live up to 30 years while the latter usually have a life span of only two to three years. However, some animal species such as rockfish, turtles, and lobsters display a certain trait known as the negligible senescence. This trait enables these specific animal species to live through a longer period of time compared to other species. Some of these species can even live for an unbelievable span of 200 years.

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