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The Breakthrough

At Fox Chase Research Center, a ground-breaking treatment to reduce the signs of aging was the last thing that the Dynamis Diabetes Research Team was expecting. But, scientific serendipity struck while the scientists were seeking a way to prevent glycation, a cause of diabetic complications such as blindness and nerve damage.

But glycation is not limited to diabetic — it happens in everyone's body and is in everyone's skin! The resulting glycated proteins tend to fuse together in a “cross-linking” process, causing a loss of elasticity and hardening of collagen in the skin.

Glycation occurs when sugars in the body react with (and damage) proteins. One of the worst results is the creation of toxic sugars, including 3-deoxyglucosone (3DG), which is responsible for much of the damage.

The breakthrough: The Dynamis scientific team discovered that toxic sugars are produced in skin. They cause inflammation, glycation, and increased oxidative stress in skin. These toxic sugars are key factors in skin aging.

The research scientists discovered a compound that slows the production of toxic sugars – a leading cause of skin aging and wrinkling - in skin. Dynamis has taken its discovery from the laboratory to you with MEG 21 – a unique skin treatment that delivers the compound Supplamine® deep into skin to stop the skin aging process.

MEG 21 products: reverse skin aging and wrinkling; stop glycation, inflammation, and oxidative stress; boost collagen production; target toxic sugars in skin; and even tone skin and reduce age spots.

Result: Younger-looking skin in 28 days or less!

The older we get, and the more sugars we consume, the more glycation damages our skin.

Laboratory research demonstrates that 3DG is present in skin and causes:

  • inflammation
  • decreased production of collagen
  • collagen and elastin cross-linking
  • formation of Advanced Glycation End products (AGEs)
  • oxidative stress and free radicals

Typically, 3DG and other toxic sugars are secreted from skin but some toxic sugars remain behind and, overtime, cause skin damage.