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Please check out Dr. Tony Nakhla’s interview with The Orange County Register!

Posted by Levine Communications Office on June 30, 2012

” ….I don’t think their original formula is worth $600 either, maybe $100 but not more than that.” said Dr. Lorrie Klein, a dermatologist in Laguna Niguel.  “There are always companies willing to take advantage of gullible rich folks who feel that if they spend a lot then the product must be better.”

Dr. Tony Nakhla, director of OC Skin Institute, said, “There is no reason to ever pay that kind of money for any skincare product. The only value is in the platinum packaging, certainly not any active ingredient in the actual product. Even the non-limited edition product worth $600 is beyond excessive and probably only cost $3 to manufacture.

“Seems like another scam in the world of skin care,” said Nakhla, who wrote the book, “The Skin Commandments: 10 Rules to Healthy, Beautiful Skin.”

“Skin care products should not be extremely expensive as they are only intended to modestly improve and maintain the skin,” he said. “There is no such thing as a ‘miracle cream.’ ”

Read the complete article at ocregister.com

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