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July 16, 2013 — As the body’s largest organ, skin is responsible for protection. It is exposed to ultraviolet radiation, free radicals, and reactive oxygen species. Over time skin must endure the combined effects of these environmental elements and associated natural aging. To keep our skin functioning optimally, it’s important to consider using a skin-care-focused supplement including whole food ingredients that can reinforce the body’s natural tissue-healing process.
Standard Process Inc. introduces its new, clinically researched supplement Regeneplex. This supplement helps support healthy skin by combining key ingredients, like buckwheat, vitamin C and an extract of guava, holy basi,l and lemon featuring the vitamin B complex to support the natural cellular rejuvenation process within all three layers of the skin.
Taking measures to assist skin health can be helpful to men and women who spend time outside, are noticing the signs of natural aging, or who want to actively support their skin.
“I designed Regeneplex to provide broad-spectrum support for the skin,” says David Barnes, PhD, director of research and development for Standard Process. “The ingredients support many physiological pathways within the skin, providing wide-ranging benefits.”
This unique systemic skin health product that works from the inside out, aids skin elasticity, luminance and general appearance. Additionally, Regeneplex works deeper than the skin’s surface; contributing to the circulatory and digestive systems, and cellular structure and functions.
In a clinical study conducted by a research organization and published in the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology, consumption of Regeneplex for nine months improved the appearance of skin as rated by the study subjects and decreased the number of fine lines and wrinkles around the eye socket area compared to subjects taking a placebo.1 †
Source: Standard Process, standardprocess.com
1Dayan et al. Journal of Drugs in Dermatology. 2011; 10(10): 1106-14.
†The experimental skin product has been updated to include broader spectrum B vitamins and named Regeneplex. There are no other differences between the two.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.