3 Health Care Companies Unlocking the Fountain of Youth

While celebrity Kim Kardashian's cosmetic procedure -- dubbed by the media as the "vampire facelift" -- has courted plenty of controversy recently, it is a reminder that men and women around the world are constantly looking for ways to look younger. Treatments that attempt to smooth, tighten, clean, clear, exfoliate, revitalize, and rejuvenate skin are in high demand -- and investors are wondering if there is a way to play this growing trend.

In the following video, Motley Fool health care analyst Max Macaluso looks at three health care companies that are trying to profit from this market segment and offers his outlook for each stock.

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  • Report this Comment On March 23, 2013, at 11:24 AM, joanofarc13 wrote:

    Who cares for a vampiric mob family fawning in on the fawning reality show phenomenon anyhow? I most certainly do not subset myself to the prefacto faceted norm. Let's all allot a boycott on sucker suckle from E's proffered programming restoring the good name of the quality of the American health system systole. Petitions are in order.

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