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Makers of ‘Novuhair’ launch anti-aging food supplement

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Makers of ‘Novuhair’ launch anti-aging food supplement

By: - Content Strategist / @gcatolicoINQ
/ 08:34 AM March 08, 2017
In the photo are Sheila Mae Velilia, President and CEO

Nutramedica on Tuesday, March 7, 2017, launched a revolutionary anti-aging food supplement, Novuskin Lift, in Dusit Thani Hotel, Makati City. Novuskin Lift is a naturally derived food supplement with anti-aging and skin-brightening powers that can bring back one’s youthfulness. In the photo are Sheila Mae Velilla, president and CEO of Nutramedica Inc. and Dr. Cecilia Catapang, aesthetics and rejuvenation Expert.  PHOTO by Gianna Francesca Catolico/INQUIRER.net

Nutramedica Inc., the company behind the ultra-popular anti-hair loss product Novuhair, has unveiled its innovative anti-aging food supplement called Novuskin Lift on Tuesday at the Dusit Thani Hotel in Makati City.

Piled up with 18 natural anti-aging and skin-lightening extracts, Novuskin Lift aims to rejuvenate one’s youthful glow and beauty. “Novuskin Lift provides multiple dermatological as well as health benefits including skin protection and restoration. It is more than just a beauty product,” Dr. Cecilia Catapang, aesthetics and rejuvenation expert, explained.

Aging, known to many Filipino women as a “nightmare” upon reaching senior-citizen status, is a natural human process projected by fine lines and wrinkles on the skin. Aside from wrinkles, other signs of aging include sagging muscles, memory loss, gray hair and scarcity of memory and energy. Yet, collagen, a bountiful protein in the human body, antioxidants and regular intake of vitamins are not sufficient to curtail human aging.

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Novuskin is clinically tested to supply the important ingredients to enhance collagen production, combat skin inflammation and shield the skin against harmful ultraviolet radiation.

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In photo (from left) are  Inter Thai Pharmaceuticals industry partners Chanadda Juengwongsa, Business Development Section manager; Benjamas Janjamsai, Sales and Marketing Division head; Sinmonnad Pramongwattana, business intelligence officer; and Edwin Palacios, general manager of Nutramedica Inc.  PHOTO by Gianna Francesca Catolico/ INQUIRER.net

“We take great care in making sure that our ingredients are sourced naturally. We believe that by combining the power of nature with sophisticated technology, we can create high quality and innovative products that can enrich lives,” Nutramedica President and CEO Sheila Mae Velilla said.

Novuskin Lift contains 18 natural extracts including marine fish collagen, tomato extract, horsetail extract, green tea extract, grape seed extract, L-Glutathione, ascorbic acid, Korean ginseng extract, Pine Bark extract, manganese sulfate monohydrate, yeast extract, zinc gluconate, soy protein isolate, coenzyme Q10, d-alpha tocopherol acetate, Oryza ceramide, selenium amino acid chelate and copper gluconate. The superstar of these ingredients is marine fish collagen, which has a similar collagen structure to that of humans and helps heal bones and wrinkles. Contrary to others’ claims, L-Glutathione, which is in every human cell, neutralizes free radicals and regenerates immune cells.

“Our skin needs the combined effect of antioxidants, collagen, and vitamins and minerals to restore it to its youthful suppleness,” Catapang elaborated, adding that they tested the Novuskin Lift samples in Thailand before testing it in the Philippines. “Novuskin does this by eliminating free radicals in the body, cleansing it with toxins and stimulating collagen production.”

Novuskin Lift is sold in packages containing 30 tablets and is now available in pharmaceutical stores nationwide.  /ra

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TAGS: Anti-aging, Marine Fish Collagen, Novuhair, Novuskin Lift, Nutramedica
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