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Location: England
Registered: 26 November 2012
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DR. P, what do you think of using Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair along with the copper peptides?

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Location: England
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I ask because it contains:
bifida ferment lysate is lysate of bifidobacteria, type of gram-positive bacteria found in the digestive system. It can prevent UV-induced damage in epidermis and dermis by stimulating the cell-endogenous enzymatic repair system. But the effect has not been fully proved.

I found this on http://www.nvwah.com/products/...ecovery_complex.html
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Registered: 22 June 2004
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Dear daryanvrm:

Dr. Pickart posted brief information on bifidobacteria at: http://healthyskin.infopop.cc/...=214102354#214102354

He will probably post his comments on this topical cream a bit later when he has the chance.

However, on our Frequently Asked Questions Page we mention the following under "Dr. Loren Pickart's Viewpoint on Other Skin Care Products?"

Dr. Pickart has spent the last forty years researching ways to reverse the effects of skin aging. As a reputable biochemist at the forefront of Copper-Peptides, he has gladly been able to launch Skin Biology, a biotechnology research company committed to developing and patenting new products for skin and hair renewal.

However, Dr. Pickart generally declines to give personal opinion on other skin care products, procedures, or other skin renewal methods. He recommends if one has a question as to the veracity of the proposed effects, to contact the company and ask for independent published studies supporting the claims of the product(s).


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-Skin Biology
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Originally posted by daryanvrm:
I ask because it contains:
bifida ferment lysate is lysate of bifidobacteria, type of gram-positive bacteria found in the digestive system. It can prevent UV-induced damage in epidermis and dermis by stimulating the cell-endogenous enzymatic repair system. But the effect has not been fully proved.

I found this on http://www.nvwah.com/products/...ecovery_complex.html


The two products should work together fine to help your skin.
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