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How is Bio-MapleTM used to treat skin?

Ben Kaminsky
Dermatology
Bio-Maple™ is a natural physiological humectant/moisturizer that includes mono- and polysaccharides, amino acids, polyphenols, malic acid, isoflavones, and minerals (calcium, potassium and phosphorous), among other plant growth substances. Bio-Maple™ is non-toxic and contains a mixture of water-attracting molecules, nutrients, naturally occurring AHA, anti-wrinkle anti-oxidants, and moisturizing anti-aging amino acid peptides.
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