RX Systems PF Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Months

Rx Systems PF is promoting breast cancer awareness in September and October by displaying a pink ribbon on each product label and donating 10 percent of its Age Defense Antioxidant Serum C sales to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. According to the company, the product contains L-ascorbic acid (USP grade) to aid skin cell growth and collagen production to repair damaged tissues.

"It should be no surprise that breast cancer, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and medication required create a large free radical burden on the body and skin, in addition to its negative impact on the immune system",

said Lawrence Samuels, the founder of RX Systems PF and a dermatologist.

"The skin relies on antioxidants for protection against free radicals. Since the skin receives the most free radical assault from ultraviolet light exposure, cancer, and the effects related to cancer treatment, replenishing and increasing the antioxidant defense of the skin becomes an attractive strategy for wound healing and photo-repair."

Rx Systems PF’s Serum C, designed for all skin types and to use on any wound, is formulated with 20 percent L-ascorbic acid, as well as other powerful antioxidants. Applied directly on the skin following nightly cleansing, Serum C prevents premature signs of aging, lightens and brightens skin tone, and helps accelerate the healing of skin.

According to Dr. Samuels,

"Once in the skin, studies show L-ascorbic acid stimulates collagen synthesis, provides sun protection, and protects the skin by reducing free radicals,which otherwise would destroy skin cells and its components. The clinical benefits of the antioxidant activity of our Age Defense Antioxidant Serum C improves skin texture, reduces brown spots, improves skin tone, and decreases the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, while helping prevent their formation."

Rx System PF’s Serum C is also packaged in a unique New Age Bloc™ Delivery System to completely protect the product from light and air, which can lead to oxidation and reduced efficacy.

"To produce an effective Vitamin C preparation, we use a temperature and light-controlled room and expel as much free oxygen from the single-use, individual serum packets as possible",

Samuels states.

"When this process is completed, the serum is contained in our single use Age-Bloc Delivery System packet, which is sealed in an air-tight fashion. The vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid) with its optimal 20% free acid concentration and appropriate 2.6 pH can be kept in the Age-Bloc Delivery System almost without concern of oxidation, since the packet offers permanent protection from light and air."

We hope you'll join RX Systems PF in supporting Breast Cancer Awareness in the upcoming two months.

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