The California-based company,PanaceaNano, Inc., revealed to the public in UAE the commercial availability of its groundbreaking anti-aging skin care product line, NOBLE™, based on Nobel Prize winning technology.
In an exclusive event held in Dubai that was attended by media representatives,skin care industry experts, and doctors, the company revealed more details about its nanotechnology-based anti-aging solution. In a first in the UAE, PanaceaNano speakers included the 2016 Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry,Sir Fraser Stoddart, PanaceaNanoCo-founder and Chief Technology Officer(CTO). In addition, PanaceaNano Co-founder, Chairmanand Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Dr. Youssry Botros.
At the event, the distinguished speakers revealed the scientific basis and mechanism that give the company’s NOBLE™ product line its exceptional performance of being 10 times more effective than comparable anti-aging skin care products available in the market today.
Dr. Botros demonstrated and illustrated in detail the mechanism and functionality of the patented Organic Nano Cube (ONC) technology and how this technology can design and control the release ofactive anti-aging ingredients with molecular precision. The ONC cubes are tiny hollow cubes, each 1000 times smaller than a single red blood cell.They are made of green and edible materials and function as controllable nano-reservoirs.
Dr. Botros stated, “the NOBLE™ luxury anti-aging skin care product line has been scientifically and clinically proven, through extensive testing, to have significantly higher performance (when compared with similar anti-aging products.” “The patented ONC nano-materials allow our solution to work on the skin at molecular precision, in a way that has not been possible before,”Dr. Botros added.
The 2016 Nobel Laureate, Sir Fraser Stoddart, who was received with great excitement by the attendees, stated “It is an exciting moment to witness the birth of commercial products that improve the quality of life of people based on renewable, safe, organic, bio-degradable nanomaterials.”
Sir Fraser, who won the 2016 Nobel Prize for his contributions toward designing and synthesizing the molecular machines, the tiniest machine ever created by human, clarified that the scientific breakthroughs and advancements behind the development of the ONC technology would not have been possible without years of hard work, massive investments in research laboratories and wide collaboration among many researchers.