Thursday, April 12, 2007

Man On A Mission To Rid Hollywood Of Botox Beauties

EL PASO, Texas (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – That stiff upper lip you get from too much Botox may soon be a thing of the past.

That’s because the makers of a new line of skin care products is promising to reduce the skin-freezing aspects of Botox via something called “a micro-vibration” system.

Nova Skin Care System spokesman Jack Potts claims the product even works on folks who’ve gone under the Botox needle numerous times.

Potts says the product not only eliminates wrinkles and red blotchiness before they appear on the face, it can also reduce or eliminate trips to the plastic surgeon.

Now, Potts is on a mission to get rid of all of Hollywood’s Botox beauties, by offering free samples to any actress who faxes him a copy of a valid Screen Actors Guild union card.

Jessica Simpson, Angela Bassett and Tatum O’Neal are just three celebs who are using the product but Potts hopes to get in contact with Pam Anderson because he wants to reduce the effects of sun damage from her Baywatch days.

(Contact numbers available only to subscribing media or trial media users. You can request samples at the Wireless Flash web site.)
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