Doctors Puzzled Over Successful Organic Treatment Developed By 26-Year-Old

His recent discovery has officially made costly skin procedures safe and affordable, stumping doctors worldwide.

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Hollywood, CA, Aug. 15, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- It's reported that consumers spend hundreds of millions annually around the world in hopes of dipping into the fountain of youth. Cosmetic surgery has hit a steep incline within the past two decades, with consumers in every country spending more and more annually for face-lifts, chemical peels and brow lifts.

The 26-year-olds organic alternative to laser scar removal and chemical face peels has now brought the luxury of cosmetic surgery to the everyday consumer. Priced at pennies-on-the-dollar compared to a doctors visit, the new treatment has proven more successful than the in-office procedures, with no down time or side effects. Already winning awards around the world, being named the top product by major beauty magazines and pulling in consumers globally, the 26-year-old has found himself in the global spotlight.

26-year-old Ryan Zamo has officially stumped doctors with his alternative to laser scar removal and chemical peels. Suffering from acne most of his adult life, Zamo decided he needed to find a new way to to win his battle over cystic acne, he said "I've literally tried everything, the expensive products on TV, the prescription creams, and all the pills a doctor can prescribe. The only difference I ever noticed was that my wallet was shrinking rapidly, and I was losing hope fast, I never thought I would be able to clear my skin."

Recently out of college, and looking for a job, Zamo decided to try one last time to triumph over his harsh acne condition, the 26-year-old said "I didn't want to admit it, but listening to my parents was the last option I had, and that's not easy for a stubborn kid like me." Ryan Zamo would soon find out that turning to his parents for help, and taking their advice, may have been the wisest decision the young entrepreneur has ever made.

Ryan Zamo was raised around organics his entire life, his father being a native of Budapest, Hungary and his mother studying exotic plant biology and horticulture of ancient cultures worldwide. Not seeing it then, to the 26-year-old was primed for his future success, he mentioned "They used to chase me down and rub me with weeds from the backyard if I had a bug bite, a burn or any other issue on my skin. I used to think they were just off their rockers, but thinking about it now, it did usually help".

The new treatment has skyrocketed Zamo to an international success story, with the given sales and applause received by doctors globally, the 26-year-old seems to have a bright future ahead of him. 


Ryan Zamo, CEO