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  • MLM Scam Alert: Nerium AD Causes Massive Oxidative Stress that Kills Cells.
    MLM scams are common and nearly everyone loses money... So what's he harm, right? Other than bankruptcy, most MLM scams are seldom harmful. One new contender for MLM Scam of the Year goes beyond financial ruin... It has it's victims putting dangerous toxins on their face and skin. Worse than bankruptcy, their scam products can KILL you.
    Nerium AD is a dangerous scam product. The scientific explanation follows, but here's what you need to know:
    Nerium uses their victims/consultants to spread viral marketing propaganda on the Internet, If someone types a Google search for "Is Nerium a scam." the first doezen pages of results will be web sites claiming to expose Nerium as a fraud. When one clicks on any of these fake pages, they turn out to be a promotion of Nerium AD by one of their many gullible victims. By doing this, Nerium has used their victims to spread false information in such overwhelming quantity that any true results are pushed so many pages down that they are seldom seen. Talk about unethical.
    Nerium provides an ample supply of "before and after" photos to prove the efficacy of their scam product. The problem is that anyone with any experience in Adobe Photoshop can easily identify the signs of digital manipulation. In other words, these photos are nearly all photoshopped fakes. But Nerium doesn't publish the fake photos for public view... They sucker their victims into posting the photos and making the false claims on their behalf. Later on, when the FDA and law enforcement crack down, the fat cats at Nerium have clean hands while their "business consultant" victims take the heat and financial loss. Nice people, these Nerium crooks.
    Nerium is a classic pyramid scheme. False promises based on a quack product... Modern day snake oil. The early organizers become millionaires. 98.2% of participants will lose money. Many will go broke.
    As with any MLM or Pyramid Scheme, caveat emptor... Buyer beware.
    The Science:
    The Nerium website includes claims that oleandrin, when applied to the skin in the formulation being marketed, does not result in blood plasma levels of concern. In other words, these huckster claim the amount of oleandrin that is reaching the systemic circulation is well below the threshold required to cause toxic consequences. That would be a good thing if proven true... But it has not been proven true. In fact, the best research indicates otherwise.
    We know that oleandrin is very likely easily absorbed through the stratum corneum of the skin because: 1) it is lipophilic (“fat loving”), and 2) it has a low molecular weight of only 576 daltons, just above the 500 dalton threshold where penetration starts to become affected by molecular weight. So what is being put on the skin is in all likelihood getting through. That would be a good thing if oleandrin actually enhances skin cell survival and function. There is information on the Nerium website that indicates this is probably not the case. Remember, oleandrin kills cancer cells. There’s a reason for that, as published by Dr. Newman.
    Newman RA et al: “Oleandrin-mediated oxidative stress in human melanoma cells”; Journal of Experimental Therapeutics and Oncology, Vol. 5, pp. 167-181, 2006
    While certain cardiac glycoside compounds such as oleandrin, bufalin and digitoxin are known to be associated with potent cytotoxicity to human tumor cells, the mechanisms by which this effect is produced are not clear. We now demonstrate that incubation of human malignant melanoma BRO cells with oleandrin results in a time-dependent formation of reactive oxygen species (ROS). Use of Mito-SOX and dihydroethidine dyes revealed the presence of oleandrin-mediated superoxide anions. Formation of superoxide anions correlated with a loss in cellular viability, proliferation and cellular defense mechanisms such as GSH content. Oleandrin also resulted in an unusual time-dependent mitochondrial condensation in BRO cells that could be blocked with use of N-acetyl cysteine (NAC). NAC was also shown to block ROS formation and partially prevent oleandrin-mediated loss of cellular GSH. Taken as a whole, the data suggest that exposure of human tumor cells such as BRO to oleandrin results in the formation of superoxide anion radicals that mediate mitochondrial injury and loss of cellular GSH pools. These mechanisms play a role in cardiac glycoside mediated tumor cell injury. Conversely, incubation of NAC, a precursor to GSH, largely prevents oleandrin mediated inhibition of proliferation and mitochondrial structural changes.
    There is nothing in here to suggest that this is specific to melanoma cells, or cancer cells in general. In fact the metabolic pathways are present in all cells. So, the odds are that the oleandrin in the product may well be doing harm rather than benefiting skin cells.
    The Ingredients of Nerium AD Snake Oil
    Nerium AD:
    Ingredients: NAE-8™ Proprietary Blend (Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Liquid, Nerium Oleander Leaf), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Liquid, Proprietary Protein (Plant derived: Collagen, Elastin, Glycosaminoglycans), Glycerin, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Oil, Stearic Acid, Glyceryl Stearate, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, C14-22 Alcohols, C12-20 Alkyl Glucoside, Cetearyl Glucoside and Cetearyl Alcohol, Vegetable Oil, Dicaprylyl Ether, Sodium Borate, Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan) Powder, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Sodium Isostearoyl Lactylate, Dimethicone, Sodium PCA, Proprietary Blend (Caprylyl Glycol, Glycerin, Glyceryl Caprylate, Phenylpropanol), Fragrance, Sodium Hydroxymethylglycinate, Tocopherol (Vitamin E)

  • I watch before and after picture have great difference.

  • I am huge on what goes onto my skin, and working or not, I would NEVER put something with that many ingredients in it on my skin! YUCK! Talk about toxic overload. May as well eat it too since that is what your skin is doing.

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    I am huge on what goes onto my skin, and working or not, I would NEVER put something with that many ingredients in it on my skin! YUCK! Talk about toxic overload. May as well eat it too since that is what your skin is doing.

    A lot of people actually get more sick from their beauty products than they do from their diets! Scary right?


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