Plazan press reports
READ WHAT THE PRESS SAY ABOUT PLAZAN PRODUCTS
Imagine if someone asked you. Would you like to have today the skin care products that the rest of the world won’t have for another ten years?
"She looks every inch the manicured A-list diva on American Idol and, despite hitting 41 last summer, Jennifer Lopez still looks years younger than some of the hopeless contestants who butcher her tunes on the hit talent show.". Read more
"Now Magazine ", by CLARE O'REILLY
"Pick up any magazine and you will find reams of information on the latest products. It's helpful but limited. We wanted to take things a step further. So we asked ten women, myself included, to test moisturisers, eye creams and anti-aging creams.... We took the task seriously and dutifully used the moisturisers, eye creams and anti-aging creams over six weeks before giving our final verdict."
"Face Forward ", by Danielle Murphy
Pamela Hill received her nursing diploma from Presbyterian Hospital and Colorado Women's College, Denver, Colorado and has practiced as a registered nurse for more than twenty years. Her background includes 15 years of operational and leadership experience in the medical spa, medical skin care and educational sector. Ms. Hill has been instrumental in the growth and development of Facial Aesthetics, Inc., ("FAI") a successful Colorado-based medical spa. An astute results-oriented leader with a proven track record of building and growing companies in the medical appearance sector she has been actively involved in the evolution of the medical spa model as well as the research and development of the Pamela Hill Skin Care product line. Ms. Hill has been active with patient care, the development of policy and procedure and clinician education. Passionate about the education of aestheticians in the medical spa setting, Ms. Hill began a relationship with Milady, an imprint of Delmar Learning, in 2003. This relationship launched Ms. Hill's authoring of the Aesthetician Series; a twelve book series dedicated to the education of medical aestheticians and the must-have information for on-the-job success. Currently six of the books are in print. Ms Hill has appeared on national and regional radio talk shows including "Here's to your Health" and has been quoted in the Denver Post, Rocky Mountain News, and Beverly Hills' 213.
Spa Rewie Series. Plazan Skin Care products for aestheticians
Make your dressing table look like those of a rich and famous with these luxury creams. This scientifically-developed range, created by Alexander Zimnitskiy, a doctor of biological sciences, includes the Diamond Series, and forms just a small part of their extensive range of beauty care products, from breast cream to hair care all containing placenta cells. The series is suited to more mature, normal and dry skins and comprises Day Cream Maximum, Night Cream Maximum and Evening Cream Maximum (£60 for the set), which stimulates cell functions and has a mild lifting and brightening effect on the skin. Apparently J-Lo uses their face mask.
"Looking good with Ilia Georgiou", Seven Magazine
...When her face was scarred in a kitchen accident..
"Second Annual Report: Beauty Breakthroughs,"
by Elizabeth Graves, Self Magazine.
It would be impossible to estimate how many new beauty products will hit stores in the next few months. Some will be bunk, but others will be real breakthroughs. SELF sifted through the lot to bring you the truly promising discoveries: first-of-their-kind ingredients, powerful new treatments and advances in skin, hair and soul care. Some of these innovations you can try today. Others may be months away - but they’re worth waiting for. You can bet your makeup bag on it.
Smoother skin through human what?! Although you may have heard of placenta products, incorporating human placenta components into face creams and masks is a new twist.
Sound too gross to be good?! Not to everyone. When her face was scarred in a kitchen accident, Russian model Ludmila Llich began using a human placenta-rich cream developed by a Russian space research laboratory to treat burned astronauts. ‘My doctors said I’d always have marks and discoloration because the tissue damage was so deep,’ says Llich. But after applying the cream every day for a month, she noticed her scars looked better. It appeared that the placenta – rich in biologically active ingredients, including antioxidants, proteins and amino acids – was rejuvenating her skin, something it does for the unscarred as well. Don’t worry, there’s nothing sinister about the source: they’re collected form volunteer donors (after they’ve given birth to healthy babies).
--by Elizabeth Graves
"where there's less resistance to the word placenta""Trend Alert: Cosmetic Placenta," by Julie Rawe, Time Magazine.
TREND: Beautifiers that use parts of human or animal placenta to rejuvenate skin are coming out of the closet.
HOW IT STARTED: Cosmetic companies bought into the organ's healing power decades ago, but few advertise its use.
JUDGMENT CALL: Gross, but would you rather have your facial muscles paralyzed with Botox? Cosmetic companies usually love to trumpet their "miracle" ingredients. But placenta - the embryonic tissue formed in pregnant mammals and used for decades as a wrinkle reducer - is one beautifier that has long been kept under wraps. That may be changing: a 59-year-old aesthetician in Beverly Hills , Calif. , says she gave up Botox injections a month after she started using the skin smoother. "The lines are just staying away," she says."The lines are just staying away," she says. Dozens of cosmetic companies have informed the FDA of their use of human placenta, but most have been afraid to advertise it because consumers are squeamish about the substance as well as its source. Mila is supplied by Russian maternity wards, but Shiseido is very secretive about the plac ental extract in its popular Revitalising Cream; the Japanese company won't even say what kind of animal it comes from. Progressive Beauty Brands executive David Blum admits his Placenta Plus products sell best overseas and in Hispanic communities, "where there's less resistance to the word placenta."
--by Julie Rawe
Oz Garcia. A big part of OZ Garcia's research
Oz Garcia. The work they're doing in life extension takes your breath away". A big part of Garcia's research includes traveling to other countries. He says that in Russia and parts of Europe , especially Germany and Switzerland , there are anti-aging therapies, such as the use of animal stem cells, that have no comparable approach in America . "I think the Russians are way out in front in this field," says Garcia. "They're already using - get this - human stem cell extracts reduced from human umbilical cords and placenta that have been refined and are currently being used both inside and outside Russia. In many ways this is the future. In my travels through Russia I met the leading researchers in this field, The work they're doing in life extension takes your breath away".
Dr. Oz Garcia