- Volume 20 - Issue 4 - April 2012
- Posted: 4/9/2012 - 1:50pm
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Cetaphil Launches DermaControl Line for Acne-prone Skin
Cetaphil has announced the launch of its new DermaControl line of products, formulated for acne-prone skin. According to the company, the line is the first of its kind designed to complement an acne regimen.
The two products in the Cetaphil DermaControl line are the Foam Wash and the Moisturizer SPF 30. The Foam Wash is a new-generation surfactant cleanser that uses advanced zinc technology and is gentle enough to use with prescription acne treatments. The Moisturizer SPF 30 utilizes patented Oleosome technology to provide broad-spectrum UV coverage and sun protection with fewer chemicals.
The DermaControl line can be purchased at selected retailers nationwide.
For more information, please visit www.cetaphil.com.
Miracle Skin Transformer Introduces Treat and Conceal
The latest concealer from Miracle Skin Transformer is a 3-in-1 product. Treat and Conceal hydrates, enhances and protects the skin with an array of ingredients, including naturally derived silicones, vitamins K and F, plant-derived collagen and ceramides.
Treat and Conceal is offered in three shades and is formulated to hide and treat skin imperfections, blemishes and discolorations for a “flawless finish,” according to the company.
Treat and Conceal sells for $36.
For more information, please visit www.miracleskintransformer.com.
New Sunscreen from La Roche-Posay Comes in Aerosol Spray Format
The Anthelios Ultra Light Sunscreen Lotion Spray comes in an aerosol format that is alcohol-free. The Lotion Spray goes on in a visible format to allow users to easily determine where application is complete and, in addition to being alcohol-free, is also free of parabens, fragrance or isobutane.
Anthelios Ultra Light Sunscreen Lotion Spray has a suggested retail price of $35.50 and can be purchased at select physicians’ offices, select CVS, Ulta, Walgreens and Duane Reed locations
and online at www.larocheposay.us.
For more information, please visit www.laroche-posay.us.
Glytone Rosacure Treats Redness, from Mild Flare-ups to Rosacea
A new three-step system from Glytone includes Rosacure Cleansing Milk, Rosacure Soothing Tonic Lotion and Rosacure Cream Gel. Each product in the line features Methyl Sulfonyl Methane (MSM), which is clinically proven to reduce the signs of intermittent to permanent redness and relieve itching and stinging, according to the company.
Glytone Rosacure products are all fragrance- and paraben-free. They can be used separately or as a three-step process. The Cream Gel can be purchased for $55, the Cleansing Milk for
$29 and the Calming Tonic Lotion for $27, or the kit can be purchased altogether for $98. The line is available through select physicians’ offices or online at www.dermstore.com.
For more information, please visit www.glytone-usa.com.
Obagi Introduces Two New Products
The Eye Complete Complex Serum should be used twice daily for the best results, Obagi reports. The serum is formulated with caffeine, malonic acid and a bi-mineral complex. The Eye Complete Complex Serum is delivered with a stainless steel rollerball applicator.
The second new product from Obagi is the CLENZIderm MD Normal to Oily System, clinically proven to deliver clearer, healthier skin in 2 weeks, according to the company. The Normal to Oily System includes a Daily Care Foaming Cleanser (2% salicylic acid), Pore Therapy (2% salicylic
acid) and Therapeutic Lotion (5% benzoyl peroxide).
For more information about these products, please visit www.obagi.com.