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For nearly five years ASEA has planted itself firmly as a solid growth company in the network marketing industry. This past weekend in Las Vegas the company held its annual convention where it announced a new breakthrough product in the arena of Redox Signaling.
RENU 28 is a topical gel for the skin using the power of redox signaling molecules and nano technology.
RENU 28 encourages the strength and resiliency of your skin cell reproduction in partnership with your body’s natural efforts to keep your skin healthy. The powerful science behind RENU 28 delivers gentle, effective treatment to repair and comfort aging or damaged skin. Through Redox Signaling technology, this unique gel provides essential support to the all-important cellular mechanisms that are the foundation of your skin’s structure. Vital to the health of living cells, RENU 28 provides critical connections and communication between cells with Redox Signaling molecules to ensure optimum renewal and replenishment.
Dermatest, one of the leading dermatological research institutes in the world, gave RENU 28 its coveted 5-star clinically tested seal. In clinical trials, twenty women used RENU 28 for 28 days. In addition to standard dermatological tests, digital scans were made of individual features such as wrinkles and skin texture.
Redox Signaling Molecules are naturally created within every cell of the body. They are vital to your immune system and to the cellular healing mechanisms of your body. A proper supply of Redox Signaling Molecules enables cellular healing throughout your
body. As you age, your cells make fewer and fewer of these molecules and your body’s ability to combat everyday ailments and the effects of aging diminishes.
In order to keep the cellular mechanisms of your body performing properly, it is essential that you supplement and replenish these Redox Signaling Molecules. The only way that you can do that is through ASEA—the world’s only source for Redox Signaling Molecules.