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Is PYNOCARE safe?

Does PYNOCARE have any side effects?

How soon can I expect to see results?

Can I take PYNOCARE on long-term basis?

What is the recommended dosage for PYNOCARE?

When taking PYNOCARE, should I apply sunblock when going out?

After getting satisfactory results, should I stop taking PYNOCARE?

Can PYNOCARE be taken during pregnancy?

Can men take PYNOCARE?

I do not have pigmentation, should I take PYNOCARE?

  

 

 

Is PYNOCARE safe?

• Yes. PYNOCARE is completely safe

• 100% natural formulation without any added preservatives or harmful substance

• No accumulation of harmful residues from daily intake

 

 

Does PYNOCARE have any side effects?

• In very rare cases PYNOCARE may cause minor stomach discomfort

• Take PYNOCARE with a meal to avoid this problem

 

 

 

 

How soon can I expect to see results?

• With continuously use of PYNOCARE, it's possible to see visible results in eight weeks

• Results vary from person to person

• Surface pigmentation (epidermal type) responds better, while deeper pigmentation (dermal type) will begin to lighten after several months

• Those with epidermal pigmentation can expect to see faster and more visible results compared to those with primarily dermal type

 

 

 

 

Can I take PYNOCARE on long-term basis?

• Definitely, PYNOCARE is all natural and completely safe

• No serious adverse effects have been reported in long-term use of PYNOCARE

• In fact, the longer you take PYNOCARE, the more your skin will benefit from it

• Owing to its powerful antioxidant properties, PYNOCARE even helps reduce visible signs of aging

 

 

 

 

What is the recommended dosage for PYNOCARE?

• It is suggested that one capsule of Pynocare be taken twice daily after meals.

 

 

 

 

When taking PYNOCARE, should I apply sunblock when going out?

• Exposure to the sun is the leading contributor to skin pigmentation.

• Sun protection is essential for effective treatment of pigmentation

• A combination of internal and external protection for your skin will provide a better result and help you to achieve your desired appearance

 

 

 

 

After getting satisfactory results, should I stop taking PYNOCARE?

• The main objective of treating pigmentation is to lighten it and prevent its recurrence

• Recurrences are quite common, particularly after re-exposure to the sun

• Extra benefit of long-term use: PYNOCARE delays the natural skin aging process

 

 

 

 

Can PYNOCARE be taken during pregnancy?

• Pigmentation may develop during pregnancy.

• Although Pynocare is proven to be safe, as a general precaution it should not be taken during pregnancy and within first three months of lactating

• However, it will be advisable to discuss with your doctor before you consume any medications in your pregnancy or during lactation.

 

 

 

 

Can men take PYNOCARE?

• Yes, PYNOCARE caters to all skin types

• Research has shown that about 10% of skin pigmentation cases occur in men

• PYNOCARE provides the ideal solution for men to solve their skin pigmentation problem

• A plus point for men: The convenience of not having to use any topical creams or lotion

 

 

 

 

I do not have pigmentation, should I take PYNOCARE?

• Of course! It's advisable to prevent rather than to treat pigmentation. Taking PYNOCARE early, will keep your pigmentation at bay

 

 

 

Bibliography (Published references)

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• W. Stahl and H. Sies., Protection against solar radiation-protective properties of antioxidants In: Sun protection in man. Elsevier Science. USA . 2001. p. 563-570.

• Peter T. Pugliese, MD, Pigmentation, in Physiology of the skin , USA : Allured Publishing Corporation(1996) p 39-50

• Gerard J. Tortora and Sandra Reynolds Graboeski, The Integumentary System, in Introduction to the Human Body , Fifth Edition, USA : John Wiley & Sons, Inc.(2001) p 99-112

• Ribaya JD., Garnym M., Glichrest BA. And Russel RM., Skin lycopene is destroyed preferentially over beta-carotene during ultraviolet irradiation in humans. J Nutr. 125:1854-1859, 1995.

• Pearl E. Grimes, MD, Melasma Ethiologic and Therapeutic Considerations' Arch Dermatol . 1995; 131:1453-1457.

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