NuGene International, Inc. Validates Claims via Independent Study by Princeton Consumer Research

3 July 2015

27th may 2015 – Reduces Fine Lines and Improves Moisture Levels After Eight Weeks

NuGene International, Inc., a developer, manufacturer and marketer of advanced skin and hair care lines utilizing adipose derived human stem cells and stem cell media, has announced the findings of an independent study to evaluate the anti-aging efficacy of NuGene’s Universal Cream compared to untreated skin.

The Universal Cream active site showed a statistically significant improvement from baseline as early as 4 weeks into treatment in all objective and subjective assessments. The conclusion of the study revealed that Universal Cream applied site had a 45.64% reduction of fine lines and wrinkles (expert visual assessment) and 16.32% improvement in the moisture level (corneometer) after eight weeks of treatment.

“It is important as we move forward that we provide our partners and customers with objective third party studies on our products,” stated Dr. M. Saeed Kharazmi, NuGene’s Chairman. “While we have received an abundance of client and professional testimonials, we believe that supporting our claims with independent research is one of the factors that set us apart from our competitors.”

The single-blinded, bi-lateral facial site study on 30 healthy male and female subjects over 35 years old with aged skin was performed to evaluate the anti-aging efficacy of Nugene’s Universal Cream over an eight week period.

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