The Skincare Company Launches New Line Of Revolutionary Anti-Acne Products
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 13, 2018
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- This week, The Skincare Company launched a new line of products to treat acne. Founded by a molecular biologist and lifelong acne sufferer, the research-based company has launched three products that effectively treat the symptoms of acne while nurturing the skin.
Building on their reputation to support every ingredient with the latest, peer-reviewed science, The Skincare Company's new range is the fruit of years of formula evolution. Underpinned by research into the underlying causes of acne, their products combine the most potent, man-made molecules with nurturing, plant-based ingredients to treat acne effectively with minimal side effects. Along with a quantified analysis engine crunching near 100 papers on acne and what lifestyle factors affect it to present you with actionable advice - treating acne from the outside is only half the question.
"Our goal is to create the world's most effective over-the-counter solutions to acne and aging. I'm excited to launch the first product line that truly respects the customer, explaining exactly what to expect, exactly what goes into the formulas, and exactly why it's present in each of our products."
"We limit use of Benzoyl Peroxide to acute breakouts where it's still the most effective agent, and build a preventive regimen that nurtures the skin, eliminating the root causes of acne"
- Johan Aardal, Founder of The Skincare Company
Benzoil: The market's fastest-acting spot treatment. A formula with patented micro-milled benzoyl peroxide, tea tree oil and organic grain alcohol treats acne in record speed, while castor seed oil helps prevent excessive drying.
Night: A powerful, anti-aging night cream. A biochemical crime-fighting duo of nitrogen flushed 0.25% retinol & 3% niacinamide effectively target wrinkles, blemishes and uneven skin tone, leaving visibly younger-looking skin in 1 to 2 weeks. Validated by 3rd party testing.
Day: Available for pre-order. A lightweight day cream that evens skin-tone and prevents blemishes. A 2% 4:2:2:1 Cholesterol, linoleic, palmitic and ceramide 3 complex typically only found in formulas 5 times the price moisturize while hyaluronic acid plumps. Vitamins C, B and E plus Zinc Oxide* help prevent and repair UV damage.
CLNS: A mild, coconut-derived cleanser that effectively dissolves dirt and excess oil to reveal soft, hydrated skin. 2% Sea salt and 2% lactic acid mimic the healing power of seawater and provides gentle exfoliation to stop the growth of acne-causing bacteria. Organic green tea adds antioxidant properties.
CONS: With a blend of spot-busting salicylic acid and bisabolol, CONS aids the healing of blemishes while hiding them. High coverage and buildable, CONS quickly reduces redness while tackling congestion.
SALIC: The perfect exfoliator for normal and acne-prone skin. By softening and shedding the outer skin layer, salicylic acid unclogs pores while reducing redness. L-Lactic Acid nurtures the skin barrier by stimulating ceramide synthesis.
*Day is being UV tested later this year to be sold as sunscreen, aiming for an SPF of 15-30,
To celebrate the launch, The Skincare Company is offering a 15% discount on its entire range. Enter the code: BELIEVE
After years of harsh, ineffective treatments, Johan Aardal partnered with Nick Conley, a Stanford PhD chemist, to cure his own acne. By improving a flawed-but-effective product Johan found on eBay, they created a powerful, non-drying formula of micro-milled benzoyl peroxide with a plant-based moisturizer.
Soon, Johan's personal mission to cure his acne grew big enough that he quit his job and launched The Skincare Company. After four years of teaching himself cosmetic chemistry, he now has a product line based on the best available, peer reviewed science, with an evolving range of topical formulas and actionable lifestyle advice.
Long-term, The Skincare Company wants to advance research on tissue aging and aging-related disease by spending 50% of its budget on R&D — precisely the reason Johan studied molecular biology in the first place.
Media Contact: Johan Aardal, The Skincare Company, +447824552634, firstname.lastname@example.org
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