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For years scientists have studied plant stem cells and their regenerative properties.  Inspired by the science of cellular plant cell regeneration, Origins is introducing Raspberry Plant Stem Cell Technology with Plantscription™ SPF 25 Anti-aging cream, a new high performance skincare product that helps reduce the appearance of the signs of ageing. 
By the year 2050, the mean global age will jump from 28 to 40. By 2018, 65-year-olds will outnumber those five and under for the first time in history.  As the population matures, many factors will contribute to the signs of advancing age – including stress, sun exposure, diet, heredity and just the general process of ageing. 
New Plantscription™ SPF 25 Anti-aging cream features Raspberry Plant Stem Cell Technology plus the collection’s signature anti-ageing powerhouse ingredient, African Anogeissus.  The highly-effective face cream addresses four major signs of skin ageing by helping to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles, lifting, smoothing skin’s texture and reviving the look of bounce. After just four weeks, 83% of panelists using Plantscription™ SPF 25 Anti-aging cream showed a reduction in the appearance of lines and wrinkles and an improvement in firmness of skin.
Plantscription™ SPF 25 Anti-aging cream and Plantscription™ SPF 25 Anti-aging oil-free cream are available exclusively at Arnotts in Dublin and via from March 2013 (RRP €62 for 1.7 oz/50m)



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