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April 5th, 2008

Human growth hormone: the wonder stuff

Abstract:
John Kressaty, the chemist and creative brain behind "h" Serum, maintains that 3Lab has invested £2.5m to produce the nanotechnology necessary to allow HGH to penetrate the skin. "These hormones travel through the dermis via the hair follicles. About 80% of the growth-hormone receptors in the skin are clustered at the base of the hair follicles," he says. "We view it as hormone-replacement therapy for the skin. Our clinical trials were done on sun-damaged, prematurely aged skin in Australia, and we found a 100% improvement in wrinkles and skin texture."

Although 3Lab hasn't yet advertised in the UK, the £100 face serum and a second product, WW Eye Cream at £125 a pot, both have a word-of-mouth following and regularly sell out. "My skin has never looked so dewy," says one user of the serum. "It just feels thicker in a way. I noticed results within two days."

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