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Two Launches from ZO Skin Health

August 26, 2014

Pair of new products address pigmentation concerns.

ZO Skin Health, Inc. has created two new products: ZO Medical C-Bright 10% Vitamin C Serum and ZO Medical Brightalive Non-Retinol Skin Brightener.
 
ZO Medical Brightalive uses a multi-vectored skin pigment management approach using clinically proven alpha-arbutin and bio-engineered plant phytotechnology to inhibit melanin production. Ultra-stable vitamin C and an advanced exfoliating enzyme help reverse uneven pigmentation and encourage epidermal renewal for even skin tone and texture. A combination of the latest advances in peptide science, along with hexylresorcinol, soy and licorice root, help block skin's biochemical messengers to control melanocytes, the skin cells responsible for skin pigment development.
 
Suitable for all skin types, ZO Medical Brightalive is ideal when strong bleaching is not indicated. It reduces the appearance of brown spots, evens skin tone and prevents new pigmentation, has an exclusive 12-hour time-release antioxidant complex (vitamins A, C and E) which provides continuous protection against oxidative stress, restores hydration to replenish skins vital moisture balance and encourages the natural DNA repair process.
 
ZO Medical C-Bright 10% Vitamin C Serum provides a potent dose of pure vitamin C that is stabilized to brighten and re-texture the skin. This water-free formula instantly self-activates upon contact with skin's natural water content, maximizing exfoliation and brightening effects to reveal radiant, even-toned skin.  It uses the power of pure vitamin C, which rapidly exfoliates the skin's surface. Advanced vitamin C ester goes one step further below the skin surface to prevent new melanin pigment from forming. Powerful antioxidants help defend against environmental triggers that can initiate inflammation. Natural occurring lipid hydrates and supports skin barrier restoration. It also minimizes the appearance of wrinkles.

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