Aging Skin Gets New Life Through 'Death Sauce' Development
What started as an accident experimenting with his famous "Death Sauce," Biocap has emerged as a promising anti-wrinkle treatment.
Blair Lazar, creator of the world's hottest food (his 16 Million Reserve Hot Sauce is in the 2007 Guinness Book of Records) and the effervescent founder of Blair's Sauces & Snacks (ExtremeFood.com), serendipitously discovered that capsaicin, a colorless, odorless, and flavorless phytochemical that puts the "hot" in hot peppers, also has the power to naturally battle the effects of aging on the skin.
Blair, while experimenting to create variations of his infamous hot sauces enjoyed by millions of "chiliheads," rubbed the area around his eye with his fingers still wet with residue from an extremely hot pepper. After a bit of immediate discomfort, Blair noticed something extraordinary: his skin was noticeably smoother, and the wrinkles around his eye had disappeared. Today, Biocap is of course carefully balanced to eliminate the burning sensation Blair unfortunately experienced.
Researching the anti-inflammatory efficacy and natural peptide-producing activity of capsaicin, the dedicated research facility, Blairlab, developed Biocap -- the first topical wrinkle treatment to successfully harness the power of capsaicin as a vasodilator, increasing blood flow to the skin. "This offers direct benefits," says Blair, "and allows Biocap's other active ingredients to work better." "Even Botox doesn't do what this does for skin tone," said Blair in a recent New York Post article.
This intensive anti-wrinkle cream promotes natural collagen production and reduces facial lines. Enriched with soluble collagen and sodium hyaluronate for accelerated plumping and firming benefits, the extra-strength formula (Biocap XS) delivers a double dose of capsaicin to further reduce more defined creases.
In an unpaid endorsement, Dermatologist to the stars, Dr. Laurie Polis of SoHo Skin & Laser Dermatology (New York, NY) said, "I absolutely did see improvement in the tone, texture and clarity of the skin. There was improved hydration and a decrease in wrinkling."