NEW YORK, Jan. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Gerald Imber, the internationally recognized plastic surgeon and best-selling author of The New Youth Corridor, has harnessed the age-fighting and skin-repairing benefits of antioxidants to create Antioxidant Boost(TM) Skin Serum, a breakthrough antioxidant delivery system that has become the cornerstone of his new Youth Corridor(TM) skin care regimen. Dr. Imber's conviction that diligent daily care can help retain the health, firmness, radiance and overall beauty of the skin is the foundation of his Youth Corridor(TM) concept.
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Dr. Imber created Antioxidant Boost(TM) for his patients using extensive scientific research indicating that a combination of Vitamins C, E and melatonin is far more effective than vitamin C or E alone or any two in combination. The three together deliver antioxidants deeper into the skin with far greater anti-inflammatory and anti-aging effects for more youthful looking skin. Antioxidant Boost(TM), and the rest of the Youth Corridor line that was created to support and intensify its actions, are now available to the public at www.YouthCorridor.com.
Antioxidant Boost(TM) Skin Serum is able to deliver large doses of antioxidants into the deeper layers of the skin due to the unique properties of melatonin. Most known for its regulation of important body functions, melatonin is a very powerful antioxidant in its own right, and its lipophilic nature helps Vitamins C and E penetrate through the keratinized layer where they can have the most impact. The antioxidants can directly target the harmful inflammation caused by the sun and free radical damage which, left untreated, has been shown to lead to collagen degradation and elastin cross-linking, the prime causes of wrinkling and sagging skin. Vitamin C is crucial for healthy, beautiful skin, but if it can't get in it can't work.
Dr. Imber's thorough approach to anti-aging strategies, skin care, and less invasive surgery including the importance of antioxidants, is outlined in The New Youth Corridor, the patients' guide to maintaining youthful good looks throughout adult life.
More information on Dr. Gerald Imber, the Youth Corridor skin care line and The New Youth Corridor is available at www.YouthCorridor.com.
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