Scientifically Proven Anti-Ageing Products Reduce Wrinkles Up to 65 Per cent
QUEENSLAND, Australia February, 2013 – Next to the weight loss industry, the anti-ageing market is by far one of the most saturated markets – inundated with thousands of beauty products, fanciful claims and celebrity endorsements. Beauty companies don’t have to do research to sell a cosmetic. There’s not a lot of regulation. So if a company conducts an independent scientific clinical trial without being required by law, that is very significant and worth taking a look at. It does also inspire curiosity as towhy other companies haven’t conducted proper clinical trials to prove how ‘effective’ they claim to be. Many of their claims are based on ‘self evaluation’ and ‘pseudo science’, which they use to then label products as ‘scientifically proven’ anti-ageing products, but in reality many products are just expensive sorbolene.
So how does the consumer determine what products actually work?
One product that stands out from the crowd is the Swede Success Jabushe 24hr Original Crème because of an independent clinical trial that was published in the prestigious British Journal Of Dermatology, making claims based on real scientific evidence.
Christine Oksanen, Managing Director of actually scientifically-proven anti-ageing products brand Swede Success, shares three criterion to determine the truth behind the claims of non-surgical anti-ageing beauty treatmentts:
1. Has it had an independent study?
2. Has it been published in a medical journal?
3. What is the credibility of the journal?
Christine says, “Swede Success Jabu’she 24 Hour Original Crème has been the subject of a rigorous independent trial. This trial was carried out by Associate Professor Harry Beitner Chairman of Dermatology at Sweden’s renowned Karolinska University Hospital, home of the Nobel Prize for Medicine. Beitner is Sweden’s leading dermatologist and an esteemed researcher into the causes of skin ageing.” www.swedesuccess.com.au/
The 12 week trial focused on the efficacy of non-surgical anti-ageing treatment Swede Success Jabu’she 24 Hour Original Crème. Although sceptical at first, Professor Beitner took the Original Creme and conducted the trial based on scientific principles using laser profilometry technology to objectively measure wrinkle depth. After only twelve weeks, Professor Beitner was amazed at the results.
“The results are excellent. Our studies show that the cream reduces the appearance of wrinkle depth within three months,” states Beitner. “For a dermatologist, this is rather sensational.”
The results showed that the Swede Success Jabu’she 24 hour Original Crème:
- Reduces wrinkle depth by an average of 51% and up to 65%;
- Leaves skin feeling significantly smoother;
- Evens out skin pigmentation; and
- Reduces visible pore size.
Because the results were so impressive, they were published in the prestigious British Journal of Dermatology – a world-first for non-prescriptive skin care. www.swedesuccess.com.au/
“At Swede success, we are changing the face and the future of beauty,” says Christine. “Swede Success is the only non-prescriptive facial cream that has a clinical trial that proves a reduction of wrinkles by an average of 51% (and up to 65%) over a 12-week period as published in the prestigious British Journal of Dermatology. It also reduces pigmentation, pore size and leaves the skin smoother,” Christine reveals.
S Gregory from New South Wales shares her amazing results: “After using the 24hr Original Crème for a week, I asked my husband if he could see a difference and his comment was that I was looking 5 years younger. I have found even after 2-3 weeks into using the crème, the size of my pores look less than half their original size. My fine lines appear almost invisible. I find that the crème is especially moisturizing. I can feel the cream on my face each morning.”
- Contact Information
- Christine Oksanen
- Managing Director
- Swede Success
- (61) 07 3216 8322
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