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NEOVA’s medically-acclaimed DNA CoFactor products help to boost the skin’s repair and skin protection levels to dramatically reduce the appearance of photoaging and improve overall skin appearance.
      
The novel formulas are so head-turning that in 2016, the United States Patent Office issued protection for all of them for "having demonstrated the formulas' ability to treat sun-damaged skin with a multi-faceted and targeted approach to the cellular aspects of damage caused by sunlight."
 
Scientific studies have demonstrated that DNA repair and copper play fundamental roles in skin health. Without advanced delivery systems, vital nutrients, proteins and enzymes are unable to reach their destination and revitalize the appearance of skin. NEOVA products defend against the signs of skin DNA damage with the newest therapies and most powerful delivery systems available: 

 

DNA Repair Enzymes

The  patented liposome  technology is engineered developed for the transference of DNA repair enzymes to skin cells to support the DNA repair of UV-irradiated skin. The liposome delivery system has been shown in clinical studies* to correct  and improve the visible signs of photodamage and strenghten skin's barrier function.

DNA Repair Enzymes: An Important Role in Skin Cancer Prevention and Reversal of Photodamage ‑ A Review of the Literature;

Yasmeen Kabir MD, Rachel Seidel BA, Braden Mcknight BS, Ronald Moy MD, Department of Internal Medicine, UCLAOV/CedarsSinai, Los Angeles, CA; Georgetown University, School of Medicine, Washington, DC; Keck School of Medicine of USC, Los Angeles, CA

The patented Copper Peptide Complex®

The patented Copper Peptide Complex® delivery system, which utilizes the same protective amino acid transport system for copper that the body uses, has been validated in published  clinical research for more than 2 decades. Studies* have clearly demonstrated that copper plays a fundamental role in skin health by helping to boost the skin’s ability to repair itself.

GHK Peptide as a Natural Modulator of Multiple Cellular Pathways in Skin Regeneration, Loren Pickart, Jessica Michelle Vasquez-Soltero, and Anna Margolina; Skin Biology, Research & Development Department, 4122 Factoria Boulevard, SE Suite No. 200 Bellevue, WA 98006, USA; 2015 Mar 17.