Vitalife Serum ™ is a blend of algae, cinnamon, soluble iron (Vitron-C), and Lycopene. This proprietary formula is not approved by the FDA for treating cancer or any other disease or illness; however, it could help.
This is a long term treatment intended to stave off the sudden death factor of cancer and allow one more time with their loved ones once they have been diagnosed or wish to use the supplement for preventative maintenance.
Presented are the ingredients of the chemical composition of a luxury French cosmetic($30-50 per 90 ml); I didn’t do any real magic here other than explain what is publicly available on reliable Web sources (Dermatological/Scientific community feel free to chime in, in the comments below and disagree). Hopefully this will give a better idea of the “signature” of this blend.
Aqua (Water), H^20
Paraffinum Liquidium (Mineral Oil),
Sorbitol (Sugar Substitute),
Why is this in body lotion? It is used as a thickener
Sodium Acrylates Copolymer, Depending on who manufactures it, there are various claims about it’s effectiveness again as an emulsifier/thickener
Essentially this is what I will call in my own Chemistry, YAE, or Yet Another Emulsifier; however, this one also functions as a very specific emulsifier with a conditioning agent as well. How this is achieved is proprietary.
Used as a preservative and anti-aging chemical
Although it sounds like a time-period a paleontologist would use; it is actually used as an acidic-based preservative (and anti-aging component)
Preservative that has anti-wrinkle properties
This is an anti-microbial agent; perhaps to keep the product “fresh”, which does not affect viscosity
Humectant (keeps skin moist, and not in a Dane Cook way)
This could be anything, essential oils, synthesized scents, real flower extracts, this is where the “magic” comes in in my opinion
Why this is at the end baffles me, still.
Reverses the effects of aging; wrinkles.
Surfactant (Reduces surface tension, or makes the lotion “smoother”, in my consumer opinion, not scientific.
Sort of a jack-of-all-trades chemical it seems (and only one Patent holder it seems currently), solubilizer as well as dispersing agent of vegetable origin
Enhances color and emulsifies
Mainly used as UV protection; although the product does not claim to be SPF (Sunproof)
Please see my other posts on Algae; this is used as a thickener most likely as well as scientifically proven skin-nutrient-enriching abilities
Juglans Regia (Walnut) Shell Extract
Hypericum Perforatum Extract
St. Johns Wort Extract (A flower/herbal supplement)
I propose a stock exchange for the West Coast in Los Angeles to interface better with trade domestically with Hawaii and Alaska and Internationally with Asia, Central and South America, Australia, Australasia, Singapore.
The Los Angeles Stock Exchange (screenshot art). Copyright 2016 MDS Holdings Corporation, Inc. (under new management). Trademark; All rights reserved. Tomorrow’s proposal for the Los Angeles Stock Exchange, otherwise known as the LOSASE, or conventionally the LosASE, will be published at an opening bell here on this website. (Under a California Corporation).
Based on research done in 2013 with PhD researcher Krzysztof Zając at the University of Poland, we calculated that it is possible to achieve sustainable lighting using pyrocystis algae specifically to achieve sustainable lighting and cooling simultaneously; excellent for underground cooling that needs to “live”.
Low energy usage
Produces Oxygen, eliminates toxins from the air
Produces beautiful lighting using slight agitation
Can live in relatively low temperature and still produce beautiful light
The most beautiful light in the world
High cost of implementation (by our co. preferably)
Note: This is the engineering / industrial plan in part for our product and service; please tread lightly with our I.P..