IN THE NEWS - PRINT
Shape, March 2009, “Skin-Saving Powders”
Powders like Speedy Recovery Nighttime Blemish Powder are featured as a good purchase because they last longer than lotions.
Allure, March 2009, “Fresh Powder”
Allure editors review powders that improve skin, like Speedy Recovery Nighttime Blemish Powder which unclogs pores and treats break outs.
Latina, February 2009, “Face Savers”
Speedy Recovery Nighttime Blemish Powder is recommended for treating break outs with ”aloe and other botanicals to prevent dryness and irritation.“
InStyle, February 2009, “10 Ways to Great Winter Skin”
For cold weather, InStyle recommends upgrading to a more hydrating moisturizer like Hydra Healer - which has a “cucumber scent and rich but non-greasy feel.”
Self, January 2009, “Instant Energy Kit” (use same cover as above).
Self editors recommend Private Nurse Recovery & Repair as a “radiance-reviving essential” to hydrate and build collagen.
Self, January 2009, “Smart picks from Scrubs scene-stealer Christa Miller”
Christa Miller from Fox´s Scrubs uses Medi-Matte Oil Control Lotion to keep her matte “all day”.
Prevention, January 2009, “Goal: Banish Breakouts”
Medi-Matte Oil Control Lotion recommended as the essential daytime product in a skincare makeover for someone with oily skin who is prone to breakouts.
Oprah Magazine, December 2008, “We Tried It (and You Might Want To)”
Oprah staffers try Instant Wrinkle Write Off and recommend it for a “smooth and polished” face.
Health, November 2008, “SOS: Save Our Skin”
Editors select Hydra Healer as an essential treatment for battling winter skin. This “might moisturizer” can fight extreme dryness day and night.
Ladies Home Journal, October 2008, “Keep It Clear”
Speedy Recovery Acne Treatment Nighttime Blemish Powder selected as a must-have solution for the acne that is “all too common for women over 40”.
Elle Magazine, October 2008, “The Pick-It Line”
Elizabeth Hayt explores the dark side of your complexion and the urge to pick blemishes. Article notes that Cosmedicine Speedy Recovery Acne Treatment Nighttime Blemish Powder creates “a seal over each spot, inhibiting the urge to meddle.” Talk about a face saver!
Seventeen Magazine, October 2008, “Your Clear Skin Routine”
Editors recommend Cosmedicine Speedy Recovery Acne Treatment Nighttime Blemish Powder as the perfect overnight treatment. “On days when zits get really bad, try a strong spot treatment with a powder formula - it won’t rub off while you sleep.”
WWD Beauty Biz, October 2008, “Overnight Sensations”
The beauty insiders at WWD Beauty Biz review the newest and coolest products on the market. “These new powders give new definition to a familiar form. Cosmedicine Speedy Recovery Acne Treatment Nighttime Blemish Powder: Containing 2 percent salicylic acid and other bacteria-and-sebum-reducing ingredients, the powder form allows for precise application on troubled spots.”
WWD Beauty Biz, September 2008, “Overnight Success”
Editors rave about one of our newest product’s Cosmedicine Speedy Recovery Acne Treatment Nighttime Blemish Powder: “This soft powder formula, packaged with zit-zapping salicylic acid to unclog pores and cornstarch and bentonite to draw out bacteria, helps make spots disappear faster. Dust it on before bed and wake up to clearer skin”
Oprah Magazine, August 2008, “Love That!”
O beauty editors fall for the perfect summer multi-tasker. They write “Cosmedicine Medi-Matte Tint SPF20 reduces excess oil and curbs shine for up to eight hours.”
Ladies Home Journal, July 2008, “125 Beauty Boosters”
Our newest launch Cosmedicine Instant Wrinkle Write Off makes the list of the best things to boost your beauty quotient. “Twist, click and (temporarily) brush away your fine lines and wrinkles.”
Metro NY, July 8, 2008, “Beauty Picks”
City savvy editors appreciate the multi-tasking wonders of our daytime lotion. They share, “When it comes to searching for skin care products, most of us really want a miracle. Instead we will happily settle for efficiency. Cosmedicine’s Primary Care Multi-tasking Moisturizer with SPF 20 does kind of everything: hydrates skin, smoothes out fine lines and protects you from damaging rays.”
Southern Beauty, Summer 2008, “Deep Cleansing”
Editors pick Healthy Cleanse as a great way to wash away winter skin. “It quickly melts makeup without irritation, eliminates debris and soothes skin while maintainingg skinâ€™s normal pH levels. Zero sensitivity.”
Alive, June 2008, “Beach Bunny Beauty”
Medi-Matte Spray is a top pick to “make you look hot in humid weather”. “A little spritzâ€¦.is all you need to keep oil and shine at bay”.
Fitness, June 2008, “Summer Skin Savers” .
Fitness Beauty Director picks the Sephora Sun Safety Kit, which includes Cosmedicine Medi-Matte, as a sun essential.
Family Circle, June 2008, “No-Sweat Beauty”.
“Instead of laying out foundation or pressing blotting papers against skin to soak up shine, simply spritz Cosmedicine Medi-Matte Oil Control Spray over your face before going outside. It minimizes the appearance of pores and mattifies your T-zone for hours. Slick skin, be gone!”
Town & Country, May 2008, “Time to Toss It?”
Chief formulator for Cosmedicine, Mark Potter, recommends throwing out foundation after one or two years. “Pumps or tubes are ideal; however, products are only as clean as the fingers they come in contact with.”
People Style Watch, April 2008, “Easy!”
People Style Watch editors choose Cosmedicine Full Benefits Lip Plumper, Hydrator and Exfoliator as a great multi-tasker because “it exfoliates with beta hydroxyl acid and plumps with hyaluronic acid.”
Self, April 2008, “Eye Rescue”
For readers battling dark circles, Self recommends looking for a cream “with caffeine (such as Cosmedicine Opti-mologist Eye Cream with Light Diffusers) to constrict blood vessels.”
Alive, March 2008, “High Tech Beauty”
“At-Home Boost: Cosmedicine Full Benefits Lip Plumper, Hydrator and Exfoliator is a three-in-one solution to make lips look fuller and smoother.”
Shape, February 2008, “Complexion Correctors: Foundation-free ways to perfect your skin” .
“For acne: Cosmedicine Medi-Matte Oil Control Spray sops up grease so it can’t get trapped in your pores.”