SkinCeuticals Launches Phyto Corrective Essence Mist

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SkinCeuticals Launches Phyto Corrective Essence Mist
SkinCeuticals Launches Phyto Corrective Essence Mist
Skincare brand SkinCeuticals has made its debut in the essence category with the launch of a hydrating, easy-to-layer mist solution called the Phyto Corrective Essence Mist.

The soothing formula features SkinCeuticals popular phyto botanical blend, which is effective in reducing the look of redness while strengthening the skin’s barrier. The mist can be used daily with or without makeup for a light, hydrating finish to any skincare routine.

“The launch of Phyto Corrective Essence Mist joins our lineup of efficacious corrective and brightening solutions and is an entirely new format for us,” said Amy Sloan, head of SkinCeuticals U.S.

“The launch was highly requested by our skincare professional partners. We delivered on gold standard science and innovation in an easy-to-use mist that can be used at-home or in combination with clinical procedures in-office.”

In a study of 26 subjects, SkinCeuticals found that:

  • redness was visibly reduced by 31%,
  • hydration was increased by 69%,
  • hydration increased by 35% after 8 hours,
  • found to be safe and effective post-non-ablative fractional laser

“This new product is revolutionary for strengthening skin’s barrier, increasing hydration, and limiting redness, which is particularly key post-procedure,” remarks SkinCeuticals Partner Physician, Dr. Rachel Reyes-Bergan.

“I use with my patients following laser treatments and they notice an immediate difference in visibly reduced redness. It fits seamlessly into my practice.”

SkinCeuticals Phyto Corrective Essence Mist is available for $67 at partner skincare professionals nationwide.

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