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Jennifer Greyson facial care with synthetic phospholipids designed by ex-Hydron head.

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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ASPIRATIONS BY JENNIFER GREYSON SKIN CARE SYNTHETIC PHOSPHOLIPID DELIVERY SYSTEM is "naturally compatible with the skin, creating an ideal delivery system that not only delivers moisture to the skin -- it actually helps prevent moisture loss," Boca Raton, Fla.-based Greyson International said. Phospholipids, which are found naturally in the skin, are depleted as time passes and skin cells die, the company explained. The technology delivers moisture and nourishment to the epidermis through the synthetic lipids by providing "recognizable" and "compatible" properties similar to those of natural phospholipids, according to Greyson. The delivery system "puts back something the skin was born with and something the skin is comfortable with," the company said.
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