Beiersdorf rosacea products feature licorice root derivative

February 21, 2005

Beiersdorf Inc. is demonstrating its new Eucerin Redness Relief sensitive skin line with licochalcone A for patients with rosacea.

Beiersdorf Inc. is demonstrating its new Eucerin Redness Relief sensitive skin line with licochalcone A for patients with rosacea.

Licochalcone A, a compound derived from the root of licorice plants, has recently been shown to demonstrate antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, according to the company.

The Soothing Cleanser is a soap-free formula that gently cleanses redness-prone skin.

The Daily Perfecting Lotion has an SPF of 15 and provides a light, all-day moisture that subtly conceals red, blotchy skin.

The Tone Perfecting Cream contains green concealing pigments and can be used under makeup.

The Soothing Night Cream is an intensive moisturizer with glycerin and lipids.

Each product is fragrance-free, oil-free, non-comedogenic and non-acnegenic.

Visit Beiersdorf Inc. at www.eucerin.com.