Popular Japanese Skin Care Brand Arrives in the United States
This barrier prevents water from evaporating from the skin allowing the skin’s water content to rise. It actually decreases the appearance of fine lines on the face and body caused by dehydration. While petrolatum has received some bad press recently, the bottom line is that it is hypoallergenic, noncomedogenic (does not clog pores) and nonacnegenic (does not cause acne). Its major drawback is its inherent greasiness. Other options do exist, however, and some manufacturers have substituted other ingredients to replace it.
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This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. ORCHARD PARK, N.Y., Sept. 19, 2013 — /PRNewswire/ — The Mentholatum Company , a division of Japan’s Rohto Pharmaceutical Co ., Ltd., announces the U.S. launch of its best-selling Hada Labo skin care range, Hada Labo Tokyo this fall in the U.S. Hada Labo launched in Japan in 2004 and has experienced significant growth across South East Asia, where a bottle of Clear Liquid Hydrator is sold every 2 seconds. Hada Labo Tokyo is a new generation of lightweight, deeply hydrating, anti-aging skin care promising a beautifully radiant and youthful complexion. The range features Super Hyaluronic Acid , a powerful proprietary combination of three types of hyaluronic acid for multi-layer, long-lasting moisture to effectively restore and strengthen skin’s natural hydrating ability that depletes with age and sun exposure.
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“Skin Care in the US” Now Available at Fast Market Research
As in 2011, demand for premium skin care products was responsible for skin care’s growth in 2012. Higher-income consumers responded to the improving economy and product innovation from premium skin care manufacturers by turning to premium skin care products. The recovery of the US economy and a rising stock market led to higher consumer confidence among high-income consumers. Product innovation in premium products, such as Clarins…
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