Purigenex in marie claire


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Purigenex in marie claire

  1. 1. S:oul. attributes the obses- and its just stading to crop up sion with flawless skin to royal w on sites catering to Americans. dir,:, aspirations. "Bright skin # Then theres the miracu- nreant that you came from a lously skin-plumping mask noble family. The concept and serum that Schook calls # carries on," she explains. "The demand for whitening helped create new technology treatments, such as lasers and photo facials," adds Dr. one of the industrys greatest breakthroughs. Bennett discovered the highly soluble form ula-fi rst engineered for bone and tissue regeneration- Susanne Bennett, a Korean- F^( American holistic doctor being sold cosmetically in Korea, and quickly snapped who lives in California and up the rights to distribute it specializes in antiaging stateside under the name skincare. (Lee points out that Purigenex. lts the orly topical lasertreatments in Korea are medicaFgrade collagen sold in so omnipresent, they now cost the U.S., and its flown here 80 percent less than they do straightfrom a Korean lab. in the U.S.) But the innovation that You can also walk into a Schook considers the holy grail Korean drugstore and find at is stem cell media skincare- least 15 versions of an Koreans have taken it to over-the-counter crea m j ust radical levels by using actual as potent as a pro-grade media, or extract, of stem cells treatment in the U.S. One such from adult bone marrow and product is Blemish excess body fat tissue, rather Balm cream, better than the synthetic stuff you known as "8.8. magic see in most Western products. cream." Originally Schookjust began selling a formulated in Germany regimen called Beaucell that as a healing ointment she swears takes years off and for patients post-laser "basically makes your face treatments, the look like its had fat injections.,, Koreans took the idea But it doesnt come cheap. and turned it into a A six-week supply of Beaucell unique, more costs 52,000. Korean women, sophisticated version who typically spend about almost a decade ago. Shes that acts as a tinted moistur- 55i;n:.:"J:"Ti:lJ" like our Christopher Columbus izer, zit zapper,su n protectant, $130 a month on skincare, arent fazed. "lts hot right I use are impofted from South to Koreas New World. and antiaging treatment all in now," enthuses Lee. Korea. Theyre about 12 years Forthe past decade, South one. Korean women have been How do you say "Let,s go ahead of the States in terms Korea has been a buzzed- using it for the past four years, shoppingl" in Korean? mc of technology," says Mary about secret among bea _:_, Schook, the beauty guru and diehards. "lts so funn! i-:: New York-based owner of M.S. Americans are only nor,, IApothecary. ln the skincare getting wind of it," says Sa-- -world, South Korea has lm-Propp, a Seoul-borr,become the new France. lts Manhattan-based ha. : :: : :outpacing other countries rn designerwho has nc:= =: -beauty innovation faster than ad campaigns for An: . :: . . :you can say "glycolic peel, a popular Korean cc:^-=: . -(which in Asia is totally brand. (She swears :_. :-- demode, bytheway). TimeResponseSk,r:_-= "Koreans arent about Creme.) But the sec-=: - -stripping the skin until it looks Koreas skinca.e : : . -- -i. ::like something you want back to its famous i::,:.to ice skate on. Theyre into regimens, which. fc - :- =nufturing it. says Schook, average Korean nc^=,,h. a so ntroduced eyelash : . includes roughly 1S . - .:.::-s :-s up, a south per day. Dr. Seunr .-: .. (with. =. -.:ntion) to New york Lee, a dermatolog :: ::,. r{orlagen Mask, not sh6wn;. Sulwhasoo Sno*ii" SiiC;i. lClVj s60. t,4AY 2011 For information on where to buy, see Shopping D