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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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