Woman’s eyes open to new beauty product after years of chemical abuse
A woman’s eyes have opened to the possibility of a new beauty drug after years spent on chemical abuse, a new product company has revealed.
Imam cosmetics says its new product, Moo, will be tested on monkeys and the company has launched an online campaign to help people get more information.
Its products, including cosmetics and hair care, are designed to treat and prevent conditions such as psoriasis, macular degeneration, retinitis pigmentosa, maculopapular degenerative disorder and macular hyperpigmentation.
The company says its products are 100 percent natural and contain no synthetic ingredients.
In addition, the company said the products have been tested on the animals for 10 years and that they are safe for human consumption.
Its website said the company had been “working on this project for over a decade”.
“Our research and development has been very intensive and we have been able to develop this breakthrough drug for people who suffer from all kinds of cosmetic and hair conditions,” the website said.
“This breakthrough drug will change the way people look and feel and we believe that it will bring about a better future for people with all types of cosmetic problems.”
Imam says the drug, which has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration, is being developed for dermatologists, cosmetic surgeons, dermatologists general, pharmacists and dermatologists.
The drug, known as moo, has been on the market since 2008.
Its popularity in the United States has grown in the past decade, with sales of the new product soaring from $15.3 million in 2016 to $58.3 billion in 2020, according to data from Euromonitor International.
The new drug is marketed as a natural alternative to prescription painkillers and has been available since last year.
Imams cosmetics has more than 5,000 stores in more than 90 countries.