[Sponsored] How To: Fix Crepe Skin

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How To: Fix Crepe Skin

Dear Reader,
Many noteworthy displays of innovation were featured in the past year. 

However, this year’s most talked-about presentation came courtesy of cosmetic surgeons, John Layke and Payman Danielpour (of the Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery Group), who shocked both industry colleagues and members, with an astonishing anti-aging breakthrough

The doctors unveiled an at-home method to reduce the appearance of crepey skin. In user groups, this unusual technique was found to effectively improve the appearance of skin around the arms, neck, chest, legs, and other areas.

According to their research, loose skin adds significantly more years to a person’s perceived age than wrinkles, fine lines, or pigment changes —which is why they trained their focus on this particular situation.

And when the doctors demonstrated just how quickly and effectively it worked, it became clear that their discovery is nothing short of groundbreaking.

While surgery is the benchmark, many users have achieved outstanding improvement in their appearance using a simple process, which patients can self-administer. 

Needless to say, the presentation was met with thunderous applause, and bewildered questions from the audience. 

But the latest development in this story came when the video version of the presentation (put together by Dr. Layke's associates) was made available to the public online. 

As of this writing, the video has over four million views and is quickly becoming a social media phenomenon.

Click here to watch their shocking presentation. 

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