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Mass skin care is on the upswing, but the antiaging category will be the year ahead’s big challenge.
Procter & Gamble’s Olay, newly helmed by former SK-II executive Markus Strobel, is unleashing a Millennial-minded update to moisturizers in its key franchises: Regenerist, Total Effects and Luminous. L’Oréal Paris has caved to consumer demand for natural ingredients with clinically proven efficacy, and is launching an antiaging product that blends pro-retinol with an ingredient common in Chinese medicine.
Neutrogena’s new Deep Clean Purifying Range is a Millennial-minded update to the brand’s original Deep Clean franchise. Deep Clean Purifying consists of innovative delivery vehicles like a cooling gel scrub and whipped foam cleanser, with updated ingredients like clay and microbubbles.
Olay’s new Cleansing Infusions are formulated to draw out impurities without stripping skin of moisture. The product comes in two variations — deep sea kelp and aloe extract and micropolishing crushed ginger and citrus extract.
Formulated with a blend of pro-retinol and centella asiatica — aka tiger grass, an ingredient common in Chinese medicine — answers consumer demand for natural ingredients and clinically-backed efficacy.[caption id="attachment_98050" align="aligncenter" width="438"]
Olay is introducing its new Whip formulation across three of its key franchises: Regenerist, Luminous and Total Effects. Whips are designed to harness the cocoon-like hydration of a cloud cream with the most lightweight feel possible.
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