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Product Details

MFIII Total Skin Rejuvenation
& Revitalisation Program (VP TSRRP)
The World's leading skin care program; suitable for all skin types and women and men of all ages.
In November 2007, Laboratories Dom AVMM AG (Swiss Registration No. CH-; pioneers in Research & Development & specializing in in-depth Live Cell Therapy and Placental Therapy) went a step further by introducing an additional Vegetal Placenta in 'Cosmeceutical Form' to complement its existing 'Supplement Form' (MFIII VP Advanced Formula Softgels).

This New Cosmeceutical Range was researched, developed, manufactured and approved in Switzerland under stringent Swiss GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices), under the name of MFIII of Switzerland Total Skin Rejuvenation & Revitalization Program.

MFIII of Switzerland Vegetal Placenta Total Skin Rejuvenation & Revitalization Program (or MFIII VP TSRRP) is manufactured according to a state-of-the art, molecular fractionation technology process. This unique process is performed at a controlled temperature with sophisticated ultrafiltration units, to allow for the selection of specific molecules and to ensure the maintenance of their potency. The manufacturing steps are performed in accordance with the current provisions for Swiss Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), ensuring a very high quality product.
The Swiss Difference
The closely-guarded Swiss MFIII Vegetal Placenta extraction method (Cold Processing) and special manufacturing process maintains the bio-activeness of the Vegetal Placenta, unlike traditional or conventional methods.

Traditional methods require constant drying and grounding into powdered form, posing a risk of the collection of heavy metals. Modern conventional methods of lyophilization utilize the application of strong vacuum suction pressure to squeeze water contents. However, this damages the cell membrane of the placenta. Pasteurization or sterilization methods which relies on higher temperatures heats up to 125ºc and causes changes to the structure of the molecules that dramatically reduces the efficacy of the placenta.
MFIII of Switzerland Total Skin Rejuvenation & Revitalization Program
maintains the highest levels of bio-activeness and also has the following key features:
Supports Healthy MMP (see below for details) activity that enhances the metabolic activity of skin cells and proteins, thus effectively reducing wrinkles, sagging and decreasing scar tissue

Lightening or toning effects on skin pigmentation, which is made possible due to the existence of Glutathione (GSH) found in VP TSRRP

Boosts your immune system and metabolism and helps detoxification, which are natural properties of GSH - giving you a more healthy, beautiful and firm body
MFIII VP TSRRP provides amazing skin rejuvenation and anti-aging benefits. In an internal physiological scientific study conducted on human volunteers, the cellular turn-over was measured by the DHA method (or the disappearance of the skin's artificial color), allowing the measurement of the rate of exfoliation and corneocytes turn-over. After using the product diluted at 50% for 11 days, the cellular turn-over had been increased by a minimum of 26%.

MFIII VP TSRRP comes in sets of 10 ampoules (which are 5 ml each) and may be applied on the skin directly (particularly on the face and neck area).
MFIII VP TSRRP is a composition that will work, as anti-MMPs consolidate the extracellular matrix (ECM) and amino acids are used to produce new proteins (such as collagen) in the very specific way that skin is structured.
What are Matrix Metalloproteinases (MMPs)?
Proteins (such as collagen and elastin) are linked with other macromolecules (such as glycoaminoglycans) to form the extracellular matrix (ECM) components of all solid body tissues. Examples of these tissues include cartilage, the fibrous sheaths of muscles, tendons and ligaments, and the dermal layer of the skin. The ECM components are in constant renewal, or turnover, which is a process based on an equilibrium between synthesis and degradation. Collagen fibers are synthesized by cells (such as skin fibroblasts).
In addition to their anabolic activity, chondrocytes and fibroblasts also produce and secrete enzymes known as collagenase or matrixmetalloproteinase (MMPs). MMPs represent a special class of enzymes that target and cleave the fibrous proteins of the ECM. Almost paradoxically, chondrocytes and fibroblasts also produce inhibitors of MMPs. These inhibitors are important in restraining the degradative action of MMPs. A balance must therefore exist between these two opposite cellular activities, in order to maintain or restore matrix tissue integrity.

MMPs are capable of degrading all kinds of extracellular matrix proteins, despite their role in maintaining the integrity of the skin and other tissues. MMPs have also been shown to be involved in angiogenesis (blood vessel formation), which usually accompanies the growth of malignant tissue.
With aging, and in various other conditions
the metabolic activity of cells (such as fibroblasts) may become disturbed. Such a disturbance may affect the equilibrium between production and breakdown of extra cellular matrice (Murphy and Reynolds, 1993). In these conditions, the balance between MMPs and inhibitors of MMPs is no longer respected. In most cases, the enzymatic activity of MMPs predominates. Aging and long-term sunlight exposures are all factors associated with increased enzymatic activity of MMPs (Fischer, 1997). This activity eventually leads to the degradation of the collagen fiber meshwork.
Before Treatment

After Treatment
Age-related degradation of the extra-cellular matrix is closely associated with skin wrinkling and sagging. The effects of age-related increase in the activity of MMPs and collagenases is most observable on the skin.

In addition, the premature appearance of wrinkles and sagging are linked to long-term sunlight exposure (Fisher, 1997) and cigarette smoking (Kadunce, 1991).

Aging is a natural and inevitable process. However, the damages caused by age-related degeneration of extra-cellular matrix can be modulated, if attempts are made to reestablish and maintain the equilibrium between extra-cellular matrix production and the enzymatic activity of MMPs.
Has Some Lightening Effects
on Pigmentation
What is GSH?
GSH is the most powerful, naturally-occurring antioxidant in human beings. It has multiple roles. GSH protects your vision, boosts your immune system, helps turn carbohydrates into energy, and prevents the buildup of oxidized fats. Many clinical studies have shown that GSH may address some of the major health issues of today (such as diabetes, heart disease, strokes, asthma, and hepatitis) and the diseases associated with aging (such as Alzheimers and arthritis).

GSH, a small molecule found in almost every cell, is a compound classified as a tripeptide and is composed of three amino acids: L-cysteine, glutamic acid, and glycine. Each and every cell in the body uses these raw ingredients to manufacture GSH and the GSH in each cell has numerous functions. The three most important jobs are antioxidation, immunization boosting and detoxification. GSH is also found in every part of the body - especially the lungs, intestinal tract, and liver. The body produces and stores the largest amounts of GSH in the liver, where it is used to detoxify harmful compounds, so that they can be removed from the body through bile. The liver also supplies GSH directly to red and white blood cells in the bloodstream, keeping red blood and white blood cells healthy, to maximize the disease-fighting power of the immune system. GSH also appears to have an anti-aging affect on the body. GSH levels decline with age, and a lack of glutathione has been shown to leave the body more vulnerable to damage by free radicals, thus speeding up oxidation (deterioration) of the body.
Cellular Aging, Disease, Death
MFIII VP TSRRP has the best available raw form of GSH and is specially blended with two other active ingredients in a proprietary concoction, under specific temperatures and conditions, to attain optimum effectiveness with minimum application of heat.
Main Ingredients
 Fresh Vegetal Placenta
 comprises L-Asparagine
 L-Glutamic Acid
 Sodium Chloride
 Riboflavine Hydrochlorure
 Methylparaben  puried water.
For Severe Skin Conditions
We recommend 2 boxes of 10 ampoules (vials) each and suggest starting with 1 vial per week (or at least 4-5 day intervals). Gradually increase this up to 2-3 vials per week, so that your body has time to absorb the product. Your doctor can administer most of one ampoule and use the rest to apply on the skin with a make-sponge or light cloth, as each ampoule is quite large at 5 ml.

Normal Skin Condition
We recommend 1 box of 10 ampoules (vials) and suggest starting with 1 vial per week (or at least 4-5 day intervals). Gradually increase this up to 2-3 vials per week, so that your body has time to absorb the product. Your doctor can administer most of one ampoule and use the rest to apply on the skin with a make-sponge or light cloth, as each ampoule is quite large at 5 ml.
Please note: Due to the potency of the MFIII VP TSRRP formula, it does have a strong smell. Therefore, we recommend applying it before going to sleep. Unused, open ampoules should be sealed with cling film and stored in a cool area. The MFIII VP TSRRP should be used soon after being opened.
Swiss GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice)
Swiss medic Certification No. 06-1258

Swiss Approval No: 07-0371-001 Approval Name: MFIII Total Skin
Rejuvenation & Revitalisation
Program under Swiss Testing STS 347 Swiss Inspection SIS 077
MFIII VP TSRRP is originally manufactured and packed in Switzerland, with full conformity to international stringent standards of GMP
(Good Manufacturing Practice) and was tested and approved by Swissmedic and obtained the Swiss Public Health Authorities approval.