Saturday, September 26, 2009

Perricone Launches Revolutionary Cold Plasma Skin Cream

We all worry about our skin. And many of us would do just about anything to make every inch and every pore look young and firm.

How about you?

Would you spend $150 for a small jar of beauty? It's a 1 0z. jar.

Skin expert Nicholas Perricone hopes you will. The anti-aging guru has just launched Cold Plasma.

Actually, the full title is Cold Plasma Dermal Matrix Regenerator.

Dr. Perricone says he's has been tirelessly working on this revolutionary new skin cream for 5 years. And what the contents of this small jar claim to do, is correct 10 visible signs of aging:

Wrinkles. Enlarged pores. Dryness. Redness. Discoloration. Uneven skin tone. Impurities. Loss of firmness. Loss of smoothness. And loss of radiance.

That's a lot of promise in such a small jar of Cold Plasma, but, we will give Dr. Perricone the benefit here, because he develops some amazing and technologically-advanced beauty products. Sure, his beauty in a jar is never cheap, but then again, skin care is big business.

Dr. Perricone told this to Women's Wear Daily:

"This was an accidental discovery,” says Dr.Perricone, who has been studying the technology in collaboration with physicists at Los Alamos Laboratories for the past five years; that study led to the serum’s ionic suspension carrier system. “This delivery system presents an environment in which the cell has access to the vital nutrients needed to maintain its health and help prevent the visible signs of aging, by directing the nutrients through the cellular membrane — where they can be effectively utilized. Because each person has individual biochemical needs, this system is also selective in which nutrients it delivers. If anything in the formula isn’t needed, it simply won’t be utilized. But because each person is different, Cold Plasma adapts to those individual needs.”

So how do you use Cold Plasma? Very simple. Apply morning and evening on cleansed skin.

Does it really work? Well, we have not tried it, but we did a little digging and found at, that some women complained that Cold Plasma had an awful fishy odor. The product received 2 1/2 stars out of 5. Or 35% of QVC customers would recommend Perricone's Cold Plasma to a friend.

Ouch. We don't know how accurate those stats are, but the figures are printed there from customers on the QVC website.

You can find Cold Plasma cheaper at in some cases.

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