Natox Anti-Aging Features in OK! Magazine – The Only Alternative to Botox
Natox, the alternative to Botox as the product likes to call itself recently featured in June’s 2012 UK edition where after its launch at Selfridges in London early this year, this latest anti-aging skin care cream seems to be rustling a few feathers among its close competitors.
Endorsed by many celebrities as skin products do, the latest familiar face to jump aboard the Natox bandwagon is international fashion designer Eric Way.
Now fashion design editor for the broadsheet newspaper The Daily Telegraph, his star studied clients include Shirley Bassy, Kristin Davies and Danielle Lloyd.
Having also created the Dream Team, which broadcast on Horizon where they take normal people and transfer them into celebrities, Eric Way got a tip off from the Sun’s beauty editor Sue Moxley and is now a firm subscriber to treating lines and wrinkles with Natox.
Natox specifically targets frown lines like Botox and also under eye wrinkles by delving deeper – it argues, than any other skin care treatment.
Botox was such a hit and still is despite its side effects because the injection is able to reach the nerve endings in muscle tissue that almost all creams can’t.
The technical jargon is that when injected it binds to nerve endings blocking the release of acetylcholine.
Acetylcholine is a signaling neurotransmitter and therefore when the signal for the muscle to contract is blocked by Botox, disabling muscle contraction in essence doesn’t get rid of wrinkles but softens them.
The dermatological scientists behind Natox argue that their pioneering new organic treatment replicates the effects Botox has on muscles by using microscopic particles which are electromagnetically charged which cause the nerve tissue endings to also relax.
If this is true then there is currently no other skin care product anywhere that can claim to match these results.
The jury is still out however as this anti-rhytid cream has barely been on the market for 6 months, but with male and female celebrities jumping on board regardless of financial incentive, it may hold some stock being that a fashion and beauty product designer are willing to recommend it to clients and guests.
100% organic with all trials conducted through 6 years of clinical studies, this product has never been tested on animals unlike Botox; so if you’re not fond of this practice and you are willing to opt for a product that respects the rights of animals and obviously costs far less, then Natox appears the closest alternative as skin care reports suggest.
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