Are you ready to put stem cells on your face to fight wrinkles? I know I am! Whatever it takes. Amatokin® (the Controversial “Stem Cell” Mystery Wrinkle Cream) is now available in the U.S.
Since 2005 women in Europe and the U.S. have been desperately trying to find Amatokin. Voss Laboratories™, Amatokin’s maker (as well as StriVectin® and Lumedia™), launched the product exclusively at Bloomingdale’s.
Amatokin has become the "underground" celebrity wrinkle cream and is is the biggest break-through in anti-wrinkle skincare in more than three decades. The topical emulsion is supposedly the first product to capture the regenerative potential of your own facial stem cells to renew skin and make it look young (again).
“Amatokin activates the potential of our inherent, adult stem-cell
reservoirs in skin to help rejuvenate the skin,” says Richard Wells,
Ph.D. and R&D specialist for Voss Laboratories. “In so doing,
Amatokin provides a serious anti-aging topical
cosmetic that comes with 15 years of scientific research."
Dr. Wells continues,
“everyday our skin suffers the incremental and cumulative effects of
genetic aging and environmental damage. As we age, stem-cell
utilization for rejuvenation of aged or damaged skin functions less
efficiently until, with age, stem-cell utilization becomes
significantly reduced. However, even when reduced, age and damage
cannot diminish the potential that nature has given us to utilize these
inherent stem-cell reservoirs for rejuvenation… given the proper
Amatokin is the first product to highlight the expression of stem
cell markers in the skin to reduce the appearance of serious wrinkles.
I know I am all for a non-invasive way to fight wrinkles that doesn’t
involve needles, injections, or surgery.
This "miracle in a bottle" costs $173.00 for 1.0 oz. (a one-month supply).
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