Stiefel expands skin treatment offerings with launch of Revaleskin line
CORAL GABLES, Fla. Skin care company Stiefel Laboratories, whose brands include an acne treatment line called PanOxyl and a dry skin line called Impruv, is expanding its Revaleskin collection with three new products.
The Revaleskin line, which is an aesthetic physician-dispensed line, is formulated with CoffeeBerry extract, a potent super-antioxidant derived from the whole coffee fruit. The products have been clinically proven to improve the skin’s appearance in as few as 11 days, according to Stiefel.
The new products include replenishing eye therapy, intense recovery treatment for dry/damaged or post-procedure skin and chest/decolletage rejuvenating treatment for the neck and chest areas.
The replenishing eye therapy, which launched in August, retails for $80. The chest/decolletage rejuvenating treatment ($120) and the intense recovery treatment ($130) will be available in 2009.
Pantone selects color for 2009
CARLSTADT, N.J. So what’s the color of the year for 2009? Mimosa, an engaging yellow that exemplifies the warmth and nurturing quality of the sun and an expression of reassurance and hope that will likely be welcomed in today’s economic uncertainty and political change, according to color authority Pantone.
Mimosa, best illustrated by the flowers of the Mimosa tree and the sparkle of the hued cocktail, is a versatile shade that has appeal for men and women. It translates to both fashion and interiors. Given this, it is likely the color will pop up in the beauty and fashion world in 2009.
“The color yellow exemplifies the warmth and nurturing quality of the sun, properties we as humans are naturally drawn to for reassurance,” stated Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute. “Mimosa also speaks to enlightenment, as it is a hue that sparks imagination and innovation.
Pace joins Drom Fragrances
MUNICH, Germany Drom Fragrances has announced the addition of Theresa Pace to its personal evaluation team.
Pace brings eight years of evaluation experience to her new role and will be working out of the company’s Towaco, N.J.-based facility. Previously, Pace worked at Belmay and Takasago.
Drom Fragrances has been creating and producing fragrances since 1911. It is based in Munich and over the years has spread throughout Europe, Asia Pacific, The Middle East and The Americas. Drom is now managed by the third generation of family members: Dr. Ferdinand Storp and Dr. Andreas Storp.