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May 5, 2008

Pharmagel, the pharmaceutical grade skin care line that repairs skin damage and reverses signs of aging, has packaged its Daily Express Regimen with three anti-aging treatments in a take-along zippered cosmetic bag that's idea for travel. Each is approved by the TSA for packing in airplane carry-on bags. The kit ($39.50) includes a 3-oz. Hydra Cleanse foaming gel facial cleanser; 3-oz. Botanical Tonique gentle alcohol-free facial toner; 2.5-oz. Enzyme Ex-Cell gentle exfoliating facial scrub, 3- oz. Firma Derm fast-acting, intense, age-defying hand and body moisturizer; 4-gram Beta-C dual-action facial refiner; 4-gram DN-24 Hydracreme intensive vitamin treatment and 4-gram Glyco-8 alpha hydroxy acid facial firming complex.

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