“Of the many anti-aging skin care products I’ve tested during the last year, a handful have stood out as exceptional performers. Erasa XEP30, formulated with ingredients similar to those of Botox, is one, so I wasn’t surprised to learn that it recently won Allure magazine’s coveted “Best of Beauty Breakthrough” Award for 2015!” said Geri Brin, founder of FabOverFifty.com
Erasa’s signature ingredient, XEP 30, is a patent-pending anti-wrinkle neurotoxin that helps block the receptors that relay messages for face muscles to contract. Other significant anti-aging ingredients include argireline, a powerful peptide to relax wrinkles; creatine, which provides energy to the skin cells and stimulates collagen production, and glabridin, an anti-inflammatory and skin brightening ingredient found in licorice root extract.
“This formula delivers the neuropeptides into the skin, so they have somewhat of a Botox-like effect,” explains David H. McDaniel, the director of the McDaniel Institute of Anti-Aging Research, on the Allure website. “I haven’t seen anything else act this quickly. We are seeing data that looks quite remarkable,” adds Amy Forman Taub, a dermatologist and an assistant professor of dermatology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, and an Allure judge.
Erasa is best applied twice a day with a thin layer on the face. It takes just a couple of weeks to see a dramatic improvement in fine lines, wrinkles and dark circles around the eye.
“It feels very luxurious on my skin. You just need a small amount each day, so the bottle will last you awhile!” Brin said. “The results are off the charts,” an Allure editor notes.
“Erasa XEP 30 is the single most technically advanced, anti-aging concentrate in the high-end professional product performance arena. It has been created to deliver a total activity of anti-aging benefits, normally requiring three or more products,” claims Jules Zecchino, who spent 18 years leading the innovation and research teams at Estée Lauder, before leaving to develop Erasa.
Unlike most cosmetic brands, which do not conduct clinical trials and make unsubstantiated claims in their advertisements, Jules asserts, Erasa has studies and data to back up its promises.
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