A new line of anti-aging skin care products is being introduced at Southeast Alabama Medical Center Tuesday evening.
The L'athene products were developed by two nurses who worked in a burn unit at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
The cosmetic line is 99 percent chemical free with maximum nutrients to promote skin health, which in turn helps skin look younger.
Nan Brown, CEO of L'athene, says, "We wanted a pure alternative for skin care. It makes a huge difference to put pure vitamins on the skin when you're looking for maximum anti-aging results."
The medical center is hosting a seminar on the products with tips on ageless beauty from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.
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