February 15, 2008, Newsletter Issue #84: The Wonders of Maple Serum and B. Kamins Skin Care

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If you've ever been to Canada in the winter you know how harsh the season can be. The air is frigid and dry and can be damaging to the skin. One winter, while fishing in Northern Canada, a chemist named Ben Kamins took notice of something very curious—the sturdy maple trees surrounding the fishing lake appeared to be the only vegetation that survived the winter elements. On a hunch Kamins began studies immediately.

What he found was that the serum within the trees was rich in life-sustaining resources such as antioxidants, minerals, polysaccharides, alpha-hydroxy acids and preservatives. In addition, the serum had a high moisture content and was not greasy, making it the perfect material from which to make skin care products. Soon after these findings B. Kamins skin care products were born. And, all consumers can buy with confidence as these natural products are dermatologist recommended and are not ever tested on animals.

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