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A Novel Platform for Skin Revitalization Based on Unique OxyGeneo Technology

  title={A Novel Platform for Skin Revitalization Based on Unique OxyGeneo Technology},
  author={A. I. Levenberg and Uri Shpolansky},
Introduction: Aesthetic skin treatments are a common practice among women and men throughout the globe, crossing borders of culture and socio-economic status. Facials and skin treatments on various body areas have been popular throughout the ages and documented as early as ancient Egypt and Greece. A variety of treatments are currently available for exfoliation and infusion of skin enhancement products and there is a growing demand for skin oxygenation treatments. The innovative geneO+ Skin… 
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