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Dermalogica Turns Popular Liquid Product into a Wipe

November 4, 2013

PreCleanse, one of Dermalogica’s most popular liquid products, is now offered as a biodegradable wipe. PreCleanse helps to dissolve layers of excess sebum oil, sunscreen, waterproof makeup, environmental pollutants and residual products that build-up on the skin throughout the day. PreCleanse Wipes contain aloe and apricot kernel oil; which attract sebum and instantly dissolve even the most stubborn mascara, waterproof lip stains and sunscreens; and apple amino acids, which gently loosen surface debris, such as industrial pollutants.  A pack of 20 pre-moistened towelettes with a suggested retail price of ($18) will roll out in December.

More info: www.dermalogica.com
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