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Needing Scar Removal Could Stop You Becoming An Astronaut

Posted Nov 19 2009 10:03pm

Wednesday 5th August 2009

News emerging from China about ‘superhuman’ candidates wanted for the country’s space programme details how applicants are now required to have no scars, allergies, runny noses or even halitosis!

Whilst unfortunately we cannot provide any solutions to the latter problems (although if possible stay away from cats, keep a pack of Kleenex to hand, and use Listerine regularly), scar removal can be performed by the therapists at SkinGenesis.

At risk of bleeding during acceleration according to officials at one of the astronaut health-screening hospitals, and also more of an aesthetic issue if like me you’re not currently considering a career in aeronautics, scars have long been believed to be there for life.

However SkinGenesis treatments have been shown to relieve the appearance of imperfections on the skin, including scars.

The secret to re-training the skin to be smooth and flawless again lies in the powerful and safe combination of scar removal treatments. These are used to stimulate the skin to become plumper and more elastic, whilst also tackling the memory of the scar in the shrunken connective tissue between the surface of your skin and the deep layers.

So if you really are keen on applying for the Chinese space programme or just curious to hear about the scar removal treatments on offer why not visit www.skingenesis.co.uk for more information?

Wednesday 5th August 2009

News emerging from China about ‘superhuman’ candidates wanted for the country’s space programme details how applicants are now required to have no scars, allergies, runny noses or even halitosis!

Whilst unfortunately we cannot provide any solutions to the latter problems (although if possible stay away from cats, keep a pack of Kleenex to hand, and use Listerine regularly), scar removal can be performed by the therapists at SkinGenesis.

At risk of bleeding during acceleration according to officials at one of the astronaut health-screening hospitals, and also more of an aesthetic issue if like me you’re not currently considering a career in aeronautics, scars have long been believed to be there for life.

However SkinGenesis treatments have been shown to relieve the appearance of imperfections on the skin, including scars.

The secret to re-training the skin to be smooth and flawless again lies in the powerful and safe combination of scar removal treatments. These are used to stimulate the skin to become plumper and more elastic, whilst also tackling the memory of the scar in the shrunken connective tissue between the surface of your skin and the deep layers.

So if you really are keen on applying for the Chinese space programme or just curious to hear about the scar removal treatments on offer why not visit www.skingenesis.co.uk for more information?

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