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Dr. Gross Alpha Beta Glow Pad Earns Patent

July 2, 2014

The United States Patent and Trademark Office has awarded a patent to Dr. Dennis Gross related to his Alpha Beta Glow Pad, an anti-aging and exfoliating self-tanner.

“I applied scientific principles to achieve a self-tanner that enhanced the health of the skin, not just the appearance. I wanted my patients to have access to the best of both worlds,” said Dr. Dennis Gross.

The pad uses an “unrivaled” ingredient blend: active vitamin D2 (Ergocalciferol), microencapsulated DHA, and skin-restoring extracts, according to the company.

“This patent is further testimony to the authority our brand holds in the skin health and beauty market,” said Carrie Gross, CEO and president of Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare.
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