Skin care brand Murad has announced the launch of its new Skin Smoothing Polish, a twice-weekly exfoliating scrub that works to remove embedded impurities and relieve clogged pores, providing a deeper clean for the skin.
Quest Products has announced the national launch of its ProVent Eczema and Psoriasis Spray, a spray formulated to help minimize the appearance of skin conditions often associated with eczema and psoriasis.
Launching exclusively for iOS devices is a new mobile app that applies big data technology to conduct skin analysis of a user’s Facebook photos to measure changes in facial features, makeup, aging and hair to help them better understand their own skin and suggest the best products for them to buy.
Skin care brand derma e has teamed up with Vitamin Angels, a nonprofit organization that distributes vitamins and minerals to at-risk children and mothers in need, to donate $5,000 in 2014, supporting Vitamin Angels on its goal of providing lifesaving and life-changing micronutrients to 40 million children worldwide.
Quest Products on Wednesday announced the national launch of ProVent Rosacea Moisturizing Creme, a creme formulated to help reduce the appearance of skin conditions often associated with rosacea and other skin conditions, including skin redness, age spots, facial rashes, dry skin and sun-related damage.
Surrey, England-based Forme Laboratories, which specializes in menopause dermatology, has brought its Stratum C skin care line developed for peri-menopausal and menopausal skin to women in the United States.
Women who use at-home skin care devices report high levels of satisfaction with these high-tech gadgets; however, the penetration rates remains largely because of a lack of awareness, according to new research by consulting and research firm Kline & Co.
Looking to change sunscreen habits for those with darker skin tones, La Roche-Posay and the Women's Dermatologic Society have teamed up to take a stand by not just raising awareness, but encouraging true behavioral change through educating on two key motivators.
Unilever’s Simple Skincare range of facial products has kicked off the “Kind to City Skin” — a global initiative designed to help women understand the impact that city living — both environmental and lifestyle-related factors — can have on their faces.