Herbalix Restoratives to Attend American Academy of Dermatologists Annual (AAD) 2012 Conference

March 5th, 2012 by admin Leave a reply »

–Dermatologists will learn about Herbalix skin care products and its exclusive non-aluminum deodorant, a nighttime detox deodorant–

Port Ludlow, WA (March 5, 2012) – Herbalix Restoratives, LLC today announced that the company will be exhibiting at the American Academy of Dermatologists (AAD) 70th Annual Meeting March 16-20th, at the San Diego Convention Center.in San Diego, California. At the meeting, Herbalix will officially announce its clinical trial. HR has contracted the Western Institution Review Board (WIRB) to review, approve and monitor this process. Using a novel approach, women between the ages of 21 and 60 participate in a three month clinical trial for a new all-natural health product designed to promote healthy breast tissue and cleanse women’s breast tissue of substances that may contribute to added pain, discomfort and swelling of the breasts. The company received a grant for partial funding of the clinical through the NWTAAC – Trade Adjustment Assistance for Firms and are administered by EDA. With the use of thermal imaging, enhancement in breast lymphatic flow will be revealed.

Popular topics to be addressed at the meeting include Melanoma Protection 2012; Safety of Biologics: The Real Story; Vitamin D Controversies: How Derms Decipher D Dilemma; Drug Reaction Update 2012; Alopecia Areata: Genetic Insights And Their Implications; Acne: What’s New; Laser Rx of Onychomycosis: Fact or Fancy; and Health Care Reform: What’s Ahead For Dermatology.

“The dermatology community is important to Herbalix because they understand how important skin care health is and what can affect the delicate balance of body chemistry and health.” said Michael Fessler, Herbalix founding partner and vice president. “We are looking forward to educating the doctors attending this conference about our non-masking no added fragrance skin care line, and our non-aluminum nighttime Cleansing Detox Deodorant™, which can assist their patients in ridding their bodies of years of accumulated aluminum from use of traditional antiperspirants.”

Herbalix Restoratives is recognized and recommended by medical practitioners nationwide, including dermatologists and naturopaths. The company only uses packaging that is safe, ingredient-protective, and environmentally sound. All plastic is free from Estrogenic Activity, including BPA free and leach-free so products remain free of phthalates and other second-hand synthetic chemicals. The Herbalix Restoratives product line is also identified and accepted for recycling.

About AAD (www.aad.org)

The American Academy of Dermatology was founded in 1938. It is the largest, most influential and most representative dermatology group in the United States. With a membership of more than 17,000, it represents virtually all practicing dermatologists in the United States, as well as a growing number of international dermatologists.

About Herbalix Restoratives (http://www.herbalix.com)

Herbalix Restoratives, LLC was founded in 1999 and is located in Port Ludlow, Washington, on the pristine Puget Sound. In addition to its Cleansing Detox Deodorant™, an aluminum free deodorant, the company manufactures daytime deodorants, Nubian goat’s milk soaps, skin moisturizers, shampoos, salves and more. Herbalix products are synthetic chemical and petroleum-free without parabens, phthalates, fillers, emulsifiers, synthetic fragrance or color, or anything derived from petroleum. Herbalix is suitable for the chemically sensitive and anyone concerned about chemicals in their personal care products. Every organic skin care product contains the Herbalix™ Botanical and Sea Vegetable Blend and eliminates the need for any synthetic preservatives.

Kristin Gabriel
MarCom New Media
E: kristin@marcomnewmedia.com
O: 323.650.2838; C: 213.840.6978
E: kgabriel@marcomnewmedia.com
Headquarters: Herbalix Restoratives, Inc. Mike or Liz Fessler
E:info@.herbalix.com; O: 866-387-4222

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