Beauty news: Osmosis Skincare’s Catalyst DNA Repair serums receive essential patent

Everyone who knows me - and my skin - well knows that I am obsessed with the transformative powers of Osmosis Skincare. To put it simply - the stuff works. And goes on working the longer you use its incredible range of formulas.
It is top notch when it comes to anti-ageing - or as the company prefers to call their work, “age reversal” - but now it is honoured to announce the brand has secured an official patent on their Catalyst products, the first ever DNA repair serums on the market. Catalyst Plus and Catalyst AC-11 are now patented for "Systems and methods for preventing cancer and treating skin lesions." (Patent # 8,642,655)
I’m a huge user of the Catalyst serums, which offer acceleration in skin rejuvenation and repair, using patented formulations with leading scientific findings that positively impact the recovery of damaged DNA. These formulations can build collagen and elastin in the skin, while improving scarring, skin tags, actinic keratosis (some actinic keratoses may develop into a type of skin cancer) and other skin disturbances that relate to DNA damage. The end result is overall even, radiant skin. Flawless even.
The Catalyst family uses what Osmosis creator Dr. Ben Johnson has called Zinc Finger Technology™ (ZFT) to repair DNA damage and assist in the production of proteins and antioxidants within the cell. A combination of amino acids and key co-factors improve wound healing, lighten pigmentation, reduce visible capillaries, and stimulate collagen and elastin production through a revolutionary process.
Along with amazing feats like rebuilding collagen, Catalyst provides actual sun protection with regular use. Never before has DNA repair been so effective that it actually prevents UV damage to the skin better than any sunscreen. Catalyst can provide the equivalent to an SPF 14 - pretty amazing stuff. It also heals capillaries, prevents scarring and more, making it an absolute essential in my skincare arsenal if ever there was one.


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