DADDYHOOD spotlights cosmetic cream that aims to disrupt billion dollar sunscreen market

The creams contain DNA enzymes that clinical trials show dramatically reduce the effects of sun exposure Feature story now on Daddyhood.net
(PR NewsChannel) / April 27, 2015 / BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. 
DADDYHOOD (www.daddyhood.net) features the story of Dr. Ron Moy, Beverly Hills dermatologist and facial plastic surgeon and creator of DNAEGF Renewal DNA Intensive Renewal, pictured here with his wife Lisa Moy.

DADDYHOOD (www.daddyhood.net) features the story of Dr. Ron Moy, Beverly Hills dermatologist and facial plastic surgeon and creator of DNAEGF Renewal DNA Intensive Renewal, pictured here with his wife Lisa Moy.

Just in time for summer, DADDYHOOD , the online magazine for fathers, is out with a story that profiles a Beverly Hills dermatologist and facial plastic surgeon who’s developed a product that clinical trials show reverses the effects of ultraviolet (UV) exposure.

The line of skin-care products, DNAEGF Renewal DNA Intensive Renewal, also dramatically reduce the effects of sun exposure.

The report, written by Vanessa Malagon, looks at the creams and whether they could be a game changer for the industry and disrupt the billion dollar sun care market.

Quotes from Dr. Ron Moy and Lisa Moy

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ON HOW THE PRODUCT WORKS

“The most recent analogy I used is that it’s like knitting. The product stitches [the DNA] back together, so your skin is not just being moisturized, but the missing stitches, or the dropped cells that really need extra TLC, are getting that from the DNA enzyme so that they’re not being dropped,” said Lisa Moy. “They’re not having holes like a bad sweater. Instead, the skin is being enhanced so that the cell is  nourished with the DNA enzyme.”

ON STUMBLING UPON A COSMETIC CREAM

“We didn’t set out to start a skin care line. We started because we treat a lot of patients with skin cancer, and this is a new, molecular and effective way of preventing that,” said Dr. Moy. “We’ve been using antioxidants over the years, and they’re ineffective. The theory of free radicals and antioxidants doesn’t work. That’s how we ended up with a cream.”

HOW SCIENTIFIC DATA OF HIS PRODUCT GOES BEYOND DNA REPAIR

“The stem cells of the skin can be stimulated. The effectiveness of this growth factor is greater than any other cream, and we’ve published to show that it actually works on eye bags and that loose skin around the eye,” said Dr. Moy. “We have other studies published that show it works on acne scars and the bruising of elderly people’s skin and can even measure the increase of the thickness of the skin by ultrasound.”

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