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The safe alternative to hydroquinone, Lumixyl effectively slows the production of skin pigment melanin.
Gold River, CA (PRWEB) December 08, 2012
SkinStore.com, the nation’s leading e-commerce specialty retailer providing scientifically sound solutions for healing and maintaining healthy skin, has added Lumixyl to its assortment of premium products.
Developed by researchers at Stanford University, Lumixyl uses state-of-the-art peptide technology to improve the appearance of hyperpigmentation, age spots and more. Lumixyl has since become the go-to intervention to reduce and slow the production of skin pigment melanin. Gentler than hydroquinone, Lumixyl’s peptide complex is also more effective at limiting melanin production. People who have never been able to tolerate treatments to improve the appearance of sun spots, age spots, photodamage and hyperpigmentation are now enjoying even skin tones and pigmentation. Safe for all skin types, Lumixyl is non-toxic, non-irritating, and safe for prolonged use. Products like Lumixyl Topical Brightening Creme don’t lose potency or turn brown after opening so long-term use is just as effective as it was at the start of treatment. Topical use of Lumixyl treatments can improve mild to moderate hyperpigmentation in as little as 8 weeks.
"Lumixyl's technology is based on the understanding that promoting healthy skin function produces better skin tone and texture, resulting in youthful vibrant skin. It is not just about reducing wrinkles, Lumixyl fades skin spots and brings out the beauty of the individual natural even skin tone," said Curtis Cluff, CEO of Envy Medical, Inc.
Christina Bertolino, Senior Buying Manager at SkinStore.com said, “As consumers continue to educate themselves about safe and effective ways to treat skin discoloration, they are looking for more options. Lumixyl offers safe, clinically-validated products backed by Stanford University researchers.”
Physician-founded in 1997, SkinStore carries over 250 premium brands of skin care, cosmetics, hair care, beauty tools and fragrances from around the world, including high quality products normally found only in luxury spas, fine department stores and dermatologist offices. Free shipping is applied to all U.S. orders over $49, and an esthetician-staffed call center is available Monday through Friday to answer customer questions. The company is headquartered in Gold River (Sacramento), California with enterprises in Sydney, Australia and affiliates in Hangzhou, China. For more information visit SkinStore.com, SkincareStore.com.au or SkinStoreChina.com.
Denise McDonald, Content & Production Manager
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