AT HOME for release July 2011 BY DESIGN H1: Looking for a fountain of youth? Jason International Inc. launched a new form of hydrotherapy called MicroSilk. Similar to an air bath, this one generates billions of oxygen-rich bubbles and negatively charged ions that neutralize free radicals that cause cells to age. So the company says the bubbles can clean without soap, leave the skin feeling like silk, plump it as the microbubbles enter pores, kill bacteria and promote healing. The company says MicroSilk creates therapeutic levels of anions, which boost serotonin, helping to relax the mind and body. Plus, the tiny bubbles help retain heat in the water. Suggested retail starts at $3,900.
AT HOME for release July 2011 BY DESIGN H1: Looking for a fountain of youth? Jason International Inc. launched a new form of hydrotherapy called MicroSilk. Similar to an air bath, this one generates billions of oxygen-rich bubbles and negatively charged ions that neutralize free radicals that cause cells to age. So the company says the bubbles can clean without soap, leave the skin feeling like silk, plump it as the microbubbles enter pores, kill bacteria and promote healing. The company says MicroSilk creates therapeutic levels of anions, which boost serotonin, helping to relax the mind and body. Plus, the tiny bubbles help retain heat in the water. Suggested retail starts at $3,900.
AT HOME for release July 2011 BY DESIGN H1: Looking for a fountain of youth? Jason International Inc. launched a new form of hydrotherapy called MicroSilk. Similar to an air bath, this one generates billions of oxygen-rich bubbles and negatively charged ions that neutralize free radicals that cause cells to age. So the company says the bubbles can clean without soap, leave the skin feeling like silk, plump it as the microbubbles enter pores, kill bacteria and promote healing. The company says MicroSilk creates therapeutic levels of anions, which boost serotonin, helping to relax the mind and body. Plus, the tiny bubbles help retain heat in the water. Suggested retail starts at $3,900.

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