Cellular health company ASEA announced the results of a Dermatest GmbH Institute study in which RENU 28 skin gel (disodium phosphate, sodium chloride, sodium magnesium silicate) effectively improved the appearance of cellulite as a result of the reduction of adipose lobules. The gel also significantly improved skin elasticity.
The study included 30 women (age 18 and over) with cellulite who used RENU 28 twice a day for a 12-week period. In the cellulite test area, ultrasound measurement showed improvement in the thickness and density of the skin. Participants also experienced a 15.81% reduction in the appearance of cellulite after the application period. Cutometer sensor measurements revealed that participants had a 20.91% increase in skin elasticity as well.
“While other treatments for cellulite employ inflammation and the use of fillers for a temporary effect, RENU 28 works with the body’s natural cellular communication to actually reduce the adipose lobules,” said Charles F. Funke, CEO of ASEA.
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