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Skincare product updates

Dermatology TimesDermatology Times, August 2019 (Vol. 40, No. 8)
Volume 40
Issue 8

In this on-going article, we plan to highlight new skincare products as they are released. Bookmark this page to stay up-to-date as we will update it every month.

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In this on-going article, we plan to highlight new skincare products as they are released. Bookmark this page to stay up-to-date as we will update it every month. To send in product information, please contact our editorial team. Note: the content of this page is not sponsored. 

August New Products

Avène launches reef-friendly sunscreen
Mineral Sunscreen Fluid SPF 50+ has been added to the Avène sun protection line of products, the company recently announced. This daily sunscreen provides protection against UV rays, 80 minutes of water resistance, and is non-comedogenic.

The formula contains 100% mineral sunscreen filters, which are biodegradable. It does not include octinoxate and oxybenzone, which makes the product safer for marine life. Titanium dioxide and zinc oxide provide UVA and UVB protection, and pre-tocopheryl (a vitamin E precursor) protects against free radicals.

According to the company, the sunscreen also contains Avène’s patented thermal spring water, which 150 studies
have shown soothes, softens and calms skin. A tinted version, which provides sheer coverage, is also available.

The sunscreen is chemical filter-free, fragrance free and paragon free, and can be used on all skin types.

CBD bath soak for sore feetVital Body’s CBD Epsom Soak is formulated with hemp-derived CBD; essential oils such as lavender, bergamot and rosewood; and mineral compounds designed to relieve foot pain. The product contains magnesium and sulfate, which help to relax sore muscles and calm nerve inflammation as well as itchy, dry skin.

When Beauty launches antiaging lineWhen Beauty has announced an anti-aging line that features products made with seanol, a derivative of brown algae. Seanol has anti-inflammatory benefits, protects against free-radicals, and promotes cell health, according to the company.


The line includes:

Toner Mist with Marine Complex: This product is a mist containing sea water to moisturize and calm the skin barrier while supporting cell function. The toner also contains hydrolyzed collagen to plump and improve the look of damaged skin.

Pure Five Serum with Seanol: This fragrance-free serum is meant to improve the look of dull, tired skin.

Ultimate Cream with Seanol: This cream is designed to moisturize and brighten skin while reducing fine lines and wrinkles.

New lip duo exfoliates, hydrates skiniS Clinical recently launched their first products dedicated to promoting healthy lips. The products work together to gently exfoliate and minimize the look of dry lips, according to the company.

The Lip Polish: This product is meant to both exfoliate and hydrate. It contains antioxidants from vitamin C and E, as well as botanical butters.

Youth Lip Elixir: This lip cream contains botanical extracts and antioxidants, including hyaluronic acid, vitamins C, E, and B5, shea and cocoa butter, as well as iS Clinical’s proprietary combination of extremozymes. The product hydrates and plumps the lips, according to the company.

At-home treatment for brightening, exfoliatingLira Clinical’s Pro Anti-Aging Pads are designed to help brighten and correct skin tone before and after in-clinic treatments.

The product uses kojic, azelaic, salicylic, lactic and glycolic acids, as well as Lira’s peptide delivery system. According a company new release, this combination of ingredients aids cellular turnover, which can decrease the appearance of wrinkles and lighten dark spots.

The pads also contain antioxidant botanicals and topical probiotics to support skin health. They are safe for all skin types, including oily and acne-prone skin.

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