Breathing oxygen into skin care collection

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US company Robanda has formulated a night-time treatment structured
around the patented ingredient Saccramyces Lysate to include an
oxygen-focused product in its collection.

US company Robanda has formulated a night-time treatment structured around the patented ingredient Saccramyces Lysate to include an oxygen-focused product in its collection.

According to Robanda the 'Oxygen Boost Night Therapy' is a fast-absorbing, weightless cream to provide 'maximum anti-aging benefits'.

"We have harnessed the necessary ingredient that boosts the cell's energy and encourages it to work at an optimal level,"​ said Dr. Jerry Whittemore, biochemist at Robanda anti-aging skincare.

"By stimulating the cell's respiration process through utilising the oxygen that already exists in the cell, this product provides energy for cell growth and repair,"​ he added.

Keen to bring an anti-aging oxygen-focused product 'scientifically proven to work effectively' David Leib, president of "Robanda​ said that 'Oxygen Boost Night Therapy' was created as 'a serious anti-aging product, not as part of a fad.'

The formulation for the new product also included, among others, the ingredients mandarin orange peel and gotu kola to smooth the skin's texture, horsetail extract to strengthen skin, and coneflower and comfrey to soothe skin.

Related topics: Formulation & Science, Skin Care

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