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Health2Go, Inc.

May 02, 2011 19:08 ET

Medical Research Shows DHEA Cream Has Many Beneficial Effects on Skin, According to Health2Go, Inc.

HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwire - May 2, 2011) - A study performed by Dr. Calvo, Dr. Labrie, et al at the CHUL Research Center at Laval University found that DHEA increased production of sebum, better known as "skin oil." Sebum not only contributes to smooth supple skin; it also contains a number of antimicrobial features that protect the skin from infections and irritations.

Dr. Lee, Dr. Oh, and Dr. Kim at Keimyung University School of Medicine show that DHEA switches on multiple collagen producing genes and at the same time reduces genes associated with hardening or toughening of skin that forms calluses and rough skin. The researchers concluded that DHEA could have an anti-aging effect on the skin from stimulation of collagen production and improved structural organization of skin cells. 1

Further medical research done in yet another medical research study done by Dr. Brandner, Dr. Kief and their team at the University Hospital in Hamburg Germany have demonstrated how DHEA also improves skin "brightness" and counteracts the thin "papery" appearance of aging skin that is a noticeable visible sign of aging. 2

Furthermore, DHEA helps reduce risks of both ultraviolet and chemically induced skin cancer. 3

Twist 25 DHEA cream by Health2Go, Inc. is the highest quality bioidentical DHEA cream available. Try it and see -- DHEA the right way.

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1 "New Research Substantiates the Anti-Aging Properties of DHEA" Life Extension Magazine. December 2010

2 Johanna M. Brandner, Sabine Kief, Christine Grund, Michael Rendl, Pia Houdek, Cecillia Kuhn, Erwin Tschachler, Werner W. Franke and Ingrid Moll. "Organization and formation of the tight junction system in human epidermis and cultured keratinocytes" Europen Journal of Cell Biology, Volume 81, Issue 5, May 2002, pages 253-263.

3 Arthur Schwartz, Phd. Department of Microbiology and Immunology. Institute for Cancer Research and Molecular Biology. Temple University School of Medicine

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