NEW YORK, April 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Harvey Tauman, CEO of Greyson International, Inc. (OTC Pink Sheets: GYSN) is back in stride as he takes his Trilexon® message directly to Wall Street on www.Wall-Street.com with the same robust style that made him one of QVC's most prolific presenters, setting $100 million sales records.
Tauman's video presentation debuts today on Wall-Street.com in which he explains how the Trilexon Delivery System can save pharmaceutical products from cascading off "the patent cliff." Wall-Street.com recognizes exceptional microcap companies and is a premier financial center for information.
"I want Wall Street to know what we have here," says Tauman enthusiastically, explaining how Trilexon can extend patent life by adding the revolutionary transdermal delivery system to products.
Tauman's message is fresh on the heels of his announcement last week that one of the leading interactive multi-channel retailers in North America, The Shopping Channel of Canada (tsc.ca), will offer for sale Greyson's innovative new skin care line containing its patented transdermal delivery system Trilexon (www.greysonintl.com).
"We now have a way for pharmaceutical and anti-aging ingredients to be released in the skin for extended periods for maximum effectiveness.
Greyson line includes Perfect Balance Moisturizer, which minimizes fine lines and wrinkles, lifts skin and strengthens the barrier layer on skin by keeping pH at 4.5-5. In this pH range barrier layer repairs itself and the skin readily accepts the active ingredients. Also a Clean Complex Foaming Cleanser and Pore Diminishing Toner, providing foundation of a cleanser and toner engineered to clean without stripping the essential oils from our skin, balances the pH to prepare the skin to readily accept the moisturizing ingredients.
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