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Innovation & New
Technology is Our
Core Strength!

Centennial draws its world class research and development experience from its partnership with Medical Doctors’ Research® (MDR®). The MDR team is responsible for outstanding scientific breakthroughs in nutrition and beauty under the guidance of Chief Scientist, Dr. Patricia Riley (Founder). Their 50,000 square foot, state-of-the-art, OTC/FDA approved production facility is located in Sunrise, FL.

Beauty Breakthroughs

1979:

First oil-free moisturizer

1982:

First to use antioxidants (Vitamin E, C, A & Superoxide Dismutase) as a "defense" against "oxidative aging", in skin care and nutritional formulas.Today free radicals are recognized as a key factor in aging and many diseases.

1983:

First with Nutrients to beautify skin, hair and nails from within

1985:

First to introduce AM/PM dosages for vitamins for improved absorption

1992:

First to use Beta Carotene in skin care

1995:

First to use Phytoestrogens in skin care to address hormonal changes with aging

1996:

First to use Pine Bark, Grape Seed and Coenzyme Q-10 in skin care

1997:

Patented anti-aging technology from the Lotus Flower

1999:

Patented AM/PM nutritional formula with nutrients vital for prevention of coronary heart disease, the primary cause of death in America

2000:

First skin care formulas with Lycopene & Lutein

2001:

First with natural sources of Resveratrol in skin care. Resveratrol was touted on Barbara Walter’s "Living to 150 Special" in April 2008, as the agent in red wine linked to longevity.

2002-06:

Numerous patents and novel technologies in the US & Europe to fight the signs of aging

2007:

Cofounded the first International Workshop on Stem Cell Therapeutics at the University of Miami

2008:

Advanced technology introduced with anti-wrinkle neuropeptides, elasticity promoters, MMP inhibitors, powerful antioxidants, and newly discovered SIRT cell longevity enhancers

2010-12:

Anti-aging stem cell research in progress