Nitric oxide has become one of the most studied molecules in human physiology.  The 1998 Nobel Prize-winning discovery triggered an eruption of research that now confirms nitric oxide's natural ability to prevent clotting, regulate inflammation, revitalize tissue, kill invading microorganisms, and even eradicate cancer cells. Click through the primer above to learn about nitric oxide and its essential role in the body.

 

The documented ability of nitric oxide to regulate inflammation, revitalize tissue, increase local blood flow and kill bacteria, make nitric oxide an ideal dermatological therapy.

The Role of Nitric Oxide in Dermatology

Nitric Oxide as an Antimicrobial

Nitric Oxide as an Anti-Inflammatory



Few active ingredients, if any, have the potential to affect as many disease pathologies as nitric oxide. But as a gaseous and highly reactive substance, nitric oxide has been limited by the inability to stably store and safely deliver the right amount, to the right location, at the right time...

Until now.

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