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Revolutionary Technology That’s Changing the Face of Transdermal Skincare

How NEXGEL is Pioneering Skin-Friendly Patches

Skincare may not seem like an exciting investment until you meet the company that’s rapidly changing the way the world thinks about transdermal medication delivery.

Meet NEXGEL. Touting themselves as “your skin-friendly patch company”, NEXGEL is using their own proprietary hydrogel technology to create one-of-a-kind skin patches to suit a whole host of needs.

As an experienced medical device manufacturer, NEXGEL is not new to the game, but they are bringing new technology to consumer products for the first time. They’re filling a niche that’s never been accommodated before, and it’s working. Month over month, they continue to profit, grow, and develop new products, making NEXGEL an investment opportunity that is beyond appealing.

 

Flawless and Groundbreaking

The First of Their Kind

A pioneer in skincare, NEXGEL has recognized a need for a different type of transdermal delivery system – one that was highly effective while remaining gentle enough to be used on any type of skin. This drive led them to develop the hydrogel technology they’re still using today. Free from harmful chemicals and adhesives, NEXGEL’s patches have been implemented by major players in both the medical and skin care industries, and more companies are jumping on board every day.

A Unique Process

Hydrogels are gel-like or colloidal substances created by combining water with various solids. There are plenty of companies that use hydrogels, but most create theirs via chemical cross-linking. NEXGEL implements electron beam cross-linking to create a product that’s gentle and can be easily combined with medical and/or cosmetic active ingredients. It’s also a process that makes it easier to incorporate “green” and vegan products into the mix. It’s this innovative approach to hydrogel creation that makes NEXGEL’s products so appealing to companies, investors, and consumers alike.

Exponential Growth

All you have to do is look at NEXGEL’s most recent financial results to see why they’re crushing the industry. Their first-quarter revenue for 2021 came in at approximately $267,000 and in just three months, that grew into a second-quarter revenue of $417,000. With plans to increase consumer and whitelabel sales, the future sure does look bright for NEXGEL.

A Team of Experts

While passion certainly drives this company, it’s also being propelled to greatness by a team of industry experts who aren’t shy about breaking the mold. From a CEO with over 34 years in capital markets and direct-to-consumer sales to a scientific advisory board packed with medical professionals spanning a wide range of specialties, NEXGEL has the resources to continue developing high-quality, effective products.

Rapid Expansion

In the years since NEXGEL’s inception, they’ve developed an impressive 200+ unique formulations with a combination of OTC, cosmetic, and natural ingredients. This repertoire has caught the eye of many in the medical and cosmetic fields, as well as consumers. In fact, their success during the second quarter of 2021 is due, in large part, to new customer orders for custom label products. These whitelabeling efforts, combined with the recent launch of their direct-to-consumer sales campaigns bode well for NEXGEL’s financial future.

Road to Innovation 

We live in a world where most people are becoming increasingly concerned about what they put in and on their bodies. Sure, they want to use products that are efficient and effective, but they also want them to come along with labels like “all-natural”, “organic”, and “safe”. It’s important to a lot of people, and it’s no wonder why given that it seems like nearly everything we eat, drink, or use is, in some way, not good for us.

Consumers, cosmetology professionals, and medical professionals alike would complain that the existing patches were too uncomfortable, too sticky, too itchy, and so on and so forth. They dried out the skin and left red, splotchy irritation in their wake. Not to mention that many of these products were filled with all kinds of additives and chemicals. They just… weren’t great.

Enter NEXGEL. They decided that they would be the great skin patch company that the world deserved. And, so far, they are.

Now, NEXGEL is manufacturing new products at an astonishing rate. Their innovation has gone a long way toward their success and has been instrumental in developing their proprietary hydrogel technology. It’s allowed them to develop a process for creating skin patches that don’t come paired with a bunch of needless ingredients. In fact, NEXGEL doesn’t use chemical cross-linking agents or chemical adhesives at all.

Instead, NEXGEL uses an electron-beam cross-linking process to set their gels into a solid, usable form. And, because they can add additional ingredients at any point throughout this process, this futuristic technology makes NEXGEL’s products highly flexible and customizable.

Something For Everyone

Because just about anything can be added to the hydrogels, medicated or otherwise, NEXGEL’s products have proven to be appealing to professionals in a wide range of industries. They’ve worked with major companies, we’re talking Fortune 500 level companies, to create specialized drug delivery patches.

They’ve worked with startups to create cosmetic solutions that are gentle and safe for any type of skin. And now, they’re starting to offer their products directly to the consumer. That’s right. As of late, consumers can find certain NEXGEL products, like Fever Cool and Nip Defense, on Amazon. Consumers can also purchase products like Hexagel, a deionized water and aloe patch designed to soothe irritation, and SilverSeal®, a hydrogel dressing for minor burns and wounds.

They’re also breaking into the field of custom products and are offering more and more whitelabel solutions to private brands, allowing businesses to help formulate their own products and rebrand under their own company name. These “designer formulations”, if you will, have and surely will continue to boost NEXGEL’s bottom line.

Prime Products

In addition to the custom solutions that NEXGEL is working to provide various companies, they also have a range of products that have become staples throughout their time in business.

Take their facemask for example. If you’ve ever worn a facemask, you know there are good ones and bad ones. The bad ones are made of wet, unpleasant cloth that slips off your face, makes your skin tingle (not in a good way), and produces strong odors that burn your eyes. The good ones, well, they do none of those things.

NEXGEL’s facemasks stay where they’re placed, and they don’t incorporate chemicals that can irritate the skin. They’re made of 90%+ water, and feature soothing ingredients like aloe vera and hyaluronic acid that leave consumers with skin that feels fresh, cool, and hydrated.

Okay, so you may not have a need for facemasks, but we’re betting that you’ve had at least one blister in your lifetime. NEXGEL’s Hexagel patches not only provides a barrier between your skin and shoes that rub a little too much, but they can help heal blisters if the damage has already been done. They stay on for 12 hours, are low profile, and are so comfortable you won’t even know they are there. When you take them off, you’ll find skin that’s ultra-hydrated and free of sticky residue, making it a truly dynamic product.

Then there are OTC products to consider, like NEXGEL’s Fever Cool. Designed to deliver fever-reducing OTC medications right to where they’re needed, these patches also help cool and soothe hot skin. No fever? No problem. Fever Cool is also a great choice for those who suffer from headaches or migraines which, let’s face it, is most of us.

There’s also SilverSeal. This hydrogel dressing harnesses the natural power of silver to soothe burns and prompt scar reduction. It’s also a great choice for helping to heal minor superficial wounds, minor lacerations, and even minor abrasions, and has been used in hospital settings for over a decade.

It’s Time to Invest

As a company that’s historically experienced exponential growth month over month, investing should be a no-brainer. After all,

NEXGEL is one of only three electron-beam hydrogel facilities in the United States,

so calling them unique or special would be somewhat of an understatement.

Not only that, but they truly do offer something for everyone. Whether you’re a working parent with a sick kid, an elderly individual looking for products that won’t tear your skin, a cosmetologist searching for the best skincare products to share with your clients, or a Fortune 500 company that needs a partner for transdermal drug delivery patches, NEXGEL really does have something for you.

Fortunately for investors looking to spice up their portfolios, NEXGEL is about to enter the market, and they’re looking forward to shaking things up.

NEXGEL CEO Adam Levy shared some of the company’s upcoming plans with a hearty dose of optimism and assuredness, “It is great to see that our new product offerings are being met with excitement from the market. We have partnered with some of the industry’s leading beauty and consumer health companies to develop fully customizable products that leverage our ultra-gentle, high-water-content hydrogels. Our custom label business represents a significant commercialization opportunity going forward, while we continue to gain traction from our e-commerce proprietary consumer health brand, Medagel, with plans to launch our beauty & cosmetics brand, Lumagel, in the Fall of 2021.”

Whether you want to learn more or simply want to keep tabs on NEXGEL’s future, you can find everything you need to know at NEXGEL.com.

 

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Management

Adam Levy

CEO

34 years of expertise in capital markets, consumer products, marketing, television/radio advertising, and direct-to-consumer sales. Led the successful turnaround of several financially distressed music companies as CEO of Warlock Records.

Gregory J. Robb

VP, Operations

Greg has 30 years of experience in the electron beam processing industry backing him. He has spent the last 23 years producing electron beam cross-linked hydrogels. Mr. Robb designed the layout, coordinated, and supervised the construction of the NEXGEL facility.

Kelly Knobeck

Director of Consumer Products

6+ years of management, product coordinating, and project planning experience. Creative lead and manager of all marketing efforts.

Jason Cattell

Production Supervisor

Manjari Valia

Quality Assurance Manager

May Dechaphaithunsuk

Production Assistant

Daphnee Elysee

Sr. Chemist & Manufacturing Supervisor

 

Scientific Advisory Board

Dr. Stephen Brigido

Dr. Brigido is an accomplished surgeon and entrepreneur with seventeen years of experience in foot and ankle surgery, regenerative medicine, and product development. In his role as a foot and ankle surgeon, Dr. Brigido has served as Chief of the Foot and Ankle Section at Coordinated Health for ten years and has been the Director of the prestigious Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Fellowship for 9 years; with each of his fellows moving on to some of the most revered institutions in the country. In 2013, Dr. Brigido was named Professor of Surgery at the Geisinger Commonwealth Medical College and has over 100 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters in his name. He’s been featured on numerous media outlets for his research in biomaterials and regenerative scaffolds as well as Total Ankle replacement surgery. In 2019, Dr. Brigido was named President of the Functional Regeneration Division at Celularity, a multi-platform cell therapy company in Warren, NJ.

In addition to his role at Celularity, Dr. Brigido serves on the Board of Directors of Plazmology4, is a managing partner and founder at Venel Holdings LLC, and partner in BBHP Medical LLC, a healthcare incubator company. Dr. Brigido has commercialized over 40 orthopedic implants and biomaterials and has numerous patents in the field of orthopedics and regenerative medicine. He received his Bachelor of Science from Randolph-Macon College and his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine from Temple University.

Dr. Jerome Zeldis Chair

Dr. Jerome B. Zeldis was Chief Medical Officer and President of Clinical Research, Regulatory, and Safety at Sorrento Therapeutics. He was Chief Executive Officer of Celgene Global Health and Chief Medical Officer of Celgene Corporation. Prior to that he was Celgene’s Senior Vice President of Clinical Research and Medical Affairs and had been at Celgene since February 1997 before joining Sorrento. He attended Brown University for an A.B., M.S., followed by Yale University for an M.Phil., M.D., Ph.D. in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry (immunochemistry).

Dr. Zeldis trained in Internal Medicine at the UCLA Center for the Health Sciences and Gastroenterology at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He has been a board member of several start-up biotechnology companies and is currently on the board of the PTC Corporation (PTCT), Soligenix, Trek Therapeutics, and Bionor Pharma. He has published 122 peer-reviewed articles and created 43 US patents.

Dr. Steven Banco

Stephen P. Banco, MD is a board-certified, fellowship-trained Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon. Dr. Banco received his undergraduate degree from Lehigh University. He attended Jefferson Medical College and completed his residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and The Rothman Institute. Dr. Banco completed a spinal surgery fellowship at The New England Baptist Hospital in Boston

Dr. Banco is currently on the Editorial Review Board of Clinical Spine Surgery and has recently authored two book chapters in The Spine.  He has published original research articles in The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Spine and Current Opinions in Orthopedics.

Dr. Banco is the President of Keystone Spine and Pain Management Center. He is President-Emeritus and a founding member of Keystone Orthopedic Specialists and maintains active privileges at The Surgical Institute of Reading and Penn State Health/St Joseph’s.  Dr. Banco has been a practicing orthopedic spinal surgeon for 14 years.

 

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