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SPF PLUS VITAMIN D
Trilipid Research Institute has added Broad Spectrum SPF 30
Sunscreen with Vitamin D to its Trilipiderm line of pharmacist
recommended hydrating, all-body moisturizing products that
promote both the repair and reconstruction of damaged, dry skin.
The Broad Spectrum SPF 30 Sunscreen with Vitamin D uses a
lipid-balancing formula made of all-natural ingredients—mead-
owfoam, olive, chamomile, calendula, jojoba, beta sitosterol and
abyssinian—intended to hydrate the skin holistically while pro-
viding an SPF product that offers the user the additional vitamin
D required for healthy skin metabolism.
Trilipiderm contains a specific combination of active ingredi-
ents that was scientifically engineered to mimic skin cell structure and re-establish
the skin’s natural barrier to water loss. Each ingredient was chosen based upon its
ability to work together synergistically and enhance the product’s overall benefits.
The Broad Spectrum SPF 30 Sunscreen with vitamin D helps facilitate the heal-
ing of skin inflammations and ulcerations as well as accelerates the production of
new collagen for anti-aging benefits. It also contains vitamin E to leave the skin
soft and smooth, free of a rough and flaky surface.
Trilipiderm products are paraben, mineral oil, titanium dioxide and petrolatum-
free. They are not tested on animals.
For more information, visit trilipiderm.com.
NONFOODS NEWS By Lindsey Wojcik
Premier Brands of America has launched a complete line of Foot Care products
under the Arm & Hammer brand. The lineup of insoles, sprays and powders features superior product performance and innovation in the area of comfort and
odor mitigation, say officials for the Mount Vernon, N. Y.-based company. A key
feature across all products is Fresh Guard technology, which combines proprietary odor neutralizing ingredients with the power of Arm & Hammer Baking Soda.
The Foot Care line is being introduced under a licensing agreement with
Church and Dwight Co. and will be supported by significant media and promotional spending. —Craig Levitt
For more information, visit premier-brands.com.