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CLINICALLY TESTED, PROVEN RESULTS

In our recent clinical trial 50 volunteers, aged 45 to 65, drank 1 BEAUTY & GO per day for a period of 90 consecutive days. The volunteers showed significant improvement based on tests performed after 60 and 90 days.

After 60 days, volunteers showed significant improvement in brightness & skin firmness:

+22% BRIGHTER COMPLEXION

+77% FIRMER SKIN

and after 90 days in skin elasticity:

+64% IMPROVED SKIN ELASTICITY

In addition, 74% of clinical trial volunteers felt a significant improvement in the overall appearance of their skin, particularly in softness, luminosity and hydration.

The measures performed were:

  • Wrinkle count (VISIA®)
  • Spot count (VISIA®)
  • Moisturization (Corneometer)
  • Shine (Glossymeter)
  • Firmness (Cutometer R0)
  • Elasticity (CutometerR6)

The investigational team states that this clinical trial had been performed under the Good Clinic Practices (International Recommendations ICH Topic E6, CPMP/ICH/135/95 of May 1st 1996, European Parliament and Council Guideline 2001/20/CE – DOCE OF May 1st 2001).

In our recent clinical trial 50 volunteers, aged 45 to 65, drank 1 SKIN SHOT per day for a period of 30 consecutive days. This is different to the beauty drinks as the time period of 30 days is much shorter.

After 30 days, volunteers showed significant improvement in the following areas:

+50% FIRMER SKIN

+23% IMPROVED SKIN ELASTICITY

+7% BRIGHTER COMPLEXION

-8.5% WRINKLE COUNT

In addition, 88% of clinical trial volunteers felt a significant improvement in the overall appearance of their skin, particularly in softness, luminosity and hydration.

The measures performed were:

  • Wrinkle count (VISIA®)
  • Spot count (VISIA®)
  • Moisturization (Corneometer)
  • Shine (Glossymeter)
  • Firmness (Cutometer R0)
  • Elasticity (CutometerR6)

The investigational team states that this clinical trial had been performed under the Good Clinic Practices (International Recommendations ICH Topic E6, CPMP/ICH/135/95 of May 1st 1996, European Parliament and Council Guideline 2001/20/CE – DOCE OF May 1st 2001).

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