Game-Changing Anti-Aging Skincare From Iceland [Pics]

Game-Changing Anti-Aging Skincare From Iceland [Pics]
Arts & Culture

From the land of the midnight sun comes a revolutionary all organic anti-aging product with medically proven results.

Laura Feinstein
  • 21 october 2011

When you think of Iceland, there are certain things that come to mind. The blue lagoon, black sand beaches, pre-historic geysers- these are all natural wonders somehow magically contained on this one tiny island. However, for health and wellness fans one might have to add a new wonder to the list of all things Icelandic: fountain of youth. More specifically, a new anti-aging product called BIOEFFECT. Made from barley plants, it manages to harness Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF), and has been proven to stimulate skin growth, in the process noticeably reducing the usual signs of aging like lines and dark circles. BIOEFFECT has also been shown to hydrate while increasing elastin and collagen production, ie. is a safer and more face-friendly way of reducing facial lines (as opposed to using injectable fillers like Restylane or Botox).

While there are more than a few anti-aging cremes and serums on the market claiming to turn back time, this one actually comes with the credentials to back it up: Dr Moy, President of the American Academy of Dermatology, has touted BIOEFFECT as the most effective anti-aging serum he has seen in his 30 years of practice.

However, one of the more dramatic statements about its effectiveness is how widespread this relatively new product already is: based on current sales volumes it is estimated that 1 in 5 Icelandic women over the age of 30 is already using BIOEFFECT.

For naysayers out there wondering “just how does this miracle cure work” the answer is actually relatively simple. As stated above, the key ingredient found in BIOEFFECT is Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF), a substance which occurs naturally in human skin and has the ability to speed up the rate of cell turnover. What makes this EGF component so special is how it’s been developed and grown inside barley seeds, all in state of the art sci-fi perfect Icelandic greenhouses. So far, no other facial serum on the market contains a plant-derived EGF at this concentration and level of purity. However, one of the best parts of BIOEFFECT is that it’s completely safe and entirely organic, the sum total of the rest of its ingredients including:

  • Glycerin: for its moisturizing effect.
  • Aqua: pure, fresh Icelandic spring water.
  • Sodium hyalunorate: the salt of hyaluronic acid with intensely moisturizing properties.
  • Tromethamine: a natural buffering agent with an effective pH range of 7.0-9.2.
  • Alcohol (less than 0.9%): for improved texture.
  • Calcium chloride: a stabilizer to enhance the efficacy of the EGF.
  • Sodium chloride: a stabilizer to enhance the effectiveness of the EGF.
  • Hordeumvulgare seed extract: our active barley botanical extract.
  • EGF (Transgenic barley sh-oligopeptide-1): the biologically active protein that stimulates cell renewal.

For those of you curious about BIOEFFECT and want to try it for yourselves, the company has generously decided to offer 100 free samples to our readers. All you need to do is input the unique code ( CP-TD851-7SNYRL9 ) and your email to the redemption page here. The first 100 users will then be able to redeem a free 3ml trial sample of BIOEFFECT, worth aprox $70 and lasting 2-4 weeks.


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