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Sederma Launches Pacifeel For Sensitive Skin

June 2, 2014

With approximately 50% of women and 30% of men claiming to have sensitive skin, Sederma targets the needs for this skin type with its new ingredient, Pacifeel.

It is a plant-based active ingredient that addresses both the signs and causes of sensitive and reactive skin. In addition to alleviating skin discomfort and visibly fading redness, Pacifeel improves skin’s resilience against aggressions to provide a long-term, reinforced protection for sensitive skin.

Through its dual-action, Pacifeel effectively pacifies the skin, leaving it feeling and looking more beautiful, a valuable promise for those men and women suffering from sensitive skin, according to the company.

More info: www.sederma.com
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