ReJuviance Announces Free Gift Wrap on 11 Products
12/09/2012

ReJuviance Products Corp Announced Free Gift Wrap on 11 Products including the 3 Pain Relief products all using ReJuviance transdermal technology on all orders through December 15, 2012.

Online PR News – 09-December-2012 – Sarasota – ReJuviance Gift Wrap --- In addition to Gift Wrap on 11 products all are topical anti-inflammatories combining ReJuviance’s optimized transdermal delivery. Three pain relief products are included. They are highly effective to relieve pain often caused by arthritis in knee joints, elbows, fingers, thumbs and large toes. The “U-make Ibuprofen Cream” product is optimized by the user blending pills he or she now takes directly into the cream. “This is the only product available using such technology. The 3 pain relief products as well as the entire ReJuviance 11 product line were developed containing topical herbal ingredients that have been validated by western science to be effective in improving skin and hair, with early results very positive.” said John Edwards, Co-founder and President of ReJuviance Products Corp.

ReJuviance Products Corp develops, manufactures and sells rejuvenating topicals that can safely deliver the herbals across the outer skin barrier to the foundation cells that need them. The product family includes rejuvenating topicals that support conventional skin resurfacing surgery, novel topicals that help the body renew skin or hair without triggering the traumatic wound response mechanism, and the 3 products “U-make Ibuprofen Cream,” “Better than Ibuprofen Cream,” and “Joint Relief Cream” used to relieve joint and muscle pain.

Pilot Study -- In 2010 a clinical study was performed by a research lab on 20 patients for two weeks using an experimental topical Ibuprofen cream. (That study was not performed on the ReJuviance product which was developed later.) That pilot study showed that treatment of chronic knee pain with the topical ibuprofen preparation of their study (which included 4% ibuprofen) provided comparable clinical efficacy and patient satisfaction as oral ibuprofen in that study. (Pain Physician 2010; 13:457-467)