A Scientist Dechipers the Code to Beautiful, Healthy Skin in 'The New Science of Perfect Skin'

Tuesday, May 13, 2008 General News
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FREEPORT, N.Y., May 12 "What's the difference between apeptide and an enzyme?" "Can creams really repair my DNA?" Hundreds of womenare trying to crack the beauty secret: what ingredients and which productswill give me beautiful, healthy skin?

Bio-scientist turned skin-care pioneer Daniel Yarosh, Ph.D. takes his skincare expertise -- more than 20 years of researching, manufacturing, supplying,and formulating skin-care products -- and captures it in THE NEW SCIENCE OFPERFECT SKIN: Understanding Skin-Care Myths and Miracles for Radiant Skin atAny Age (Broadway Books Hardcover Original; On Sale: May 6, 2008; Price:$23.95; Availability at bookstores nationwide. For more information,www.agiderm.com).

"Despite the gains made by the newest wave of skin care advancements,there's never been more confusion and uncertainty about which products deliverresults, and which are a waste of money," said Daniel Yarosh, Ph.D. "I wrotethe book so consumers have a practical skin care reference guide that helpsthem make smart choices."

Divided into four sections, THE NEW SCIENCE OF PERFECT SKIN advisesconsumers on how to slow down the aging process differentiate which productswork ... and which don't:

ABOUT THE AUTHOR DR. DANIEL YAROSH: Daniel B. Yarosh, PhD, is Presidentand Chairman of the Board, AGI Dermatics. He served as a National ScienceFoundation Fellow at Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, New York, and thena Staff Fellow and Cancer Expert at the National Cancer Institute of theNational Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland. In 1985, Dr. Yarosh foundedAGI Dermatics, with an emphasis on the commercial application of DNA repair.He is the inventor of Dimericine(R) (T4N5 liposome lotion), which is aliposomal DNA repair enzyme for the prevention of skin cancer. The drug is nowbeing tested in patients with high skin cancer risk, patients with organtransplants and those with the genetic disease xeroderma pigmentosum.-- In Part One (The Basics) Dr. Yarosh takes us back to school with Skin Care 101; -- Part Two (Packaging and Ingredients) provides a comprehensive overview of products labels and ingredients, so that consumers can make informed decisions when shopping for skin care cosmetics; -- Part Three (Cosmetic Products) highlights the latest innovations in skin care and sun care products and treatments, and physicians' treatments; -- Part Four (Regimens and Recommendations) answers the question, "What is a good skin care regimen?" With this book, readers will be able to: -- Learn and understand the purpose and power of key skin care ingredients -- Decode product labels and differentiate between products that work, and those that only offer "hype" -- Use the latest, proven innovations -- including DNA repair -- to address common skin care issues like wrinkles, acne and even skin cancer -- Streamline skin care routines by using "smart" products that contain multiple active ingredients

SOURCE AGI Dermatics

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