Feb 23, 2009

Cancerous Protein May Be An Answer To Your Facial Wrinkles And Botox

When Eva Turley, an oncology professor, and Mina Bissel, a cell biologist at Berkeley Lab, joined hands together, there was really something big in their mind.

Their research has brought in one of the most amazing natural fashion products till now, as far as the face care products are concerned.

Researching at the Berkeley Lab, they came out with a startling revelation that a protein so far notorious for spreading a variety of cancers may put the aging of a woman's facial skin on hold.

Mina Bissel announced this innovation saying, “This technique could be developed as a means of providing a non-surgical approach for normalizing skin appearance after reconstructive surgery, for wrinkle reduction, and for face lifts and figure enhancement.”

Thus, this deadly protein widely known as RHAMM, if concentrated in a controlled manner by an expert, can remove or reduce the facial wrinkles putting all the signs of your aging to an end. Thus there would be no more those painful session of injections and facial surgery.

It should be noted that it is the same protein which causes a variety of cancers damaging colon, stomach, breast etc if its concentration crosses a safe limit. So far the manfully controlled concentration of this protein on some mice by Bissel and Turley has given satisfactory result. This body care product is yet to be tested on a human being.

According to the researchers, the proper regulation of fat cells or adipocytes as they are called, which decreasing quantum brings unwanted lines and wrinkles on a woman's face, by controlling the concentration of RHAMM can sustain the beauty of a woman for a longer period.

If this latest innovation turns out to be a real one and helpful enough, a woman would be free from the fear of not only getting older, she would not have to face to the dire consequences of Botox either. It should be noted that Botox and other age related surgeries contort or diminish facial expressions paralyzing the facial muscles more often.

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