New Skin Care Products Released by Aloe Leader

Lametco International offers a new 100% all-natural aloe enzyme skin exfoliator that replaces Retin-A, Alpha Hydroxy, glycolic acid.

September 20, 2004 -- Most people think that all skin care products are the same. While it is true that the majority of age-defying, wrinkle-reducing creams and lotions contain most of the same ingredients, these products can be harmful to the skin if they contain acids.

Lametco International announces a new line of non-acidic, aloe-based skin care products. Because they contain aloe enzymes and not acids, Lametco’s ‘New You’ line of exfoliating creams can promise natural-looking skin without any harmful side effects. New You Skin Care products can be used to help reduce lines and wrinkles, clear up acne, and reduce the size of pores.

Human skin naturally replenishes itself in a constant process. As dead skin cells fall off, new cells work their way to the surface. If a person uses an acidic skin care product, the acid will burn away dead skin cells as well as attacking new, living cells. Not only that, but the dead cells are not removed immediately, making the skin dry, tight, and flaky until the cells fall off over the next few days.

With New You Skin Care, the aloe enzymes locks onto dead cells, but when they approach a living cell, the enzyme becomes dormant, due to the living cell’s moisture. This allows for natural, healthy skin exfoliation to completely rebuild skin in as little as 8-10 weeks.

New You Skin Care kits can be ordered online at

About Lametco International:
Based in Castle Rock, Colorado, Lametco International built its business 14 years ago on the principles of having the highest standard of products in the industry and not “fad” products. Since then, the Company has continued to set new standards of excellence in the nutritional and skin care industries.

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Lametco International

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