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09-21-11 | Posted by


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Rosacea, irritation and other forms of redness can really put a damper on your self confidence and also be quite uncomfortable. Neocutis comes to the rescue with the launch of Pêche Redness Control, a serum that contains the brand’s patent pending Rosaplex, formulated to help manage skin redness for a more balanced complexion.

Featuring dextran sulfate, zinc, caffeine and glycerin, Rosaplex helps minimize the appearance of blotchiness, blemishes and improve  skin tone. Overall, Pêche works to visibly diminish the appearance of skin redness, restore the skin’s natural moisture balance, improve the appearance of skin blotchiness and limit the appearance of blemishes, all the while soothing and comforting.

Pêche is formulated for morning and evening application and can be used in addition to medication or as part of any regimen for the management of skin redness. Use of an SPF product such as Neocutis’ Journee Bio-restorative Day Cream SPF 30 is recommended to protect your skin from the sun’s rays during the day.

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