Skin requires protection against damaging UV rays every day, not just when basking at the beach or next to the pool. Encouraging consumers to be mindful of preventing sun-damage as an everyday health practice, Dermalogica introduces New Protection 50 Sport SPF50 with oleosome technology, and the recently renovated After Sun Repair. Both sun-care products, which can be used for both face and body, are part of Dermalogica’s Daylight Defense system, developed for everyday protection against detrimental solar exposure.
New Protection 50 Sport SPF50 is a broad-spectrum sunscreen which utilises lipid-rich Oleosome microspheres that boost sun protection (SPF50!) and antioxidants to help defend the skin. The formula includes a blend of essential oils to soothe irritation from UV exposure, while Hyaluronic Acid binds moisture to the skin without greasiness. This new product is water-resistant for up to 40 minutes and is a must-have for extreme sport enthusiasts who are frequently practicing and attending sporting events outside. Protection 50 Sport SPF50 can be used for both face and body, making sunscreen protection easy for busy people on-the-go.
After Sun Repair instantly reduces redness and cools sunburned skin with Chamomile, Clove, Cucumber, Szechwan Pepper, Lavender and Yucca. This soothing balm also contains extracts of Japanese Alder which scavenges free radicals and accelerates the repair of UV-induced DNA damage after sun exposure.
The recommended retail price for both Protection 50 Sport SPF50 (150 ml) and After Sun Repair (100 ml) is R445 incl. VAT. Both products will launch at accredited Dermalogica skin care centres and spas across South Africa during the course of October 2013.
Dermalogica® revolutionised the skin care industry when it emerged into the marketplace in 1986 with innovative formulations, which excluded common irritants, including SD alcohol, lanolin, mineral oil and artificial colours and fragrances. Jane Wurwand developed the products to better support the advanced curriculum she had developed a few years earlier for The International Dermal Institute, which she also founded. Wurwand led the company’s growth from an idea to the world’s most-requested professional skin care brand.
Dermalogica® today is sold in more than 80 countries worldwide. Dermalogica products are available in select skin care centres on the recommendation of a qualified professional skin care therapist. Dermalogica® is made in the USA, with its global operations based in Carson, just south of Los Angeles. To learn more about Dermalogica®, please visit www.dermalogica.co.za