Dermalogica in the Press: September

Dermalogica is a well-known worldwide brand, and is constantly gaining press highlighting their amazing products, as well as the company’s philosophy, philanthropy, and influence.

Here are some highlights of Dermalogica’s recognition during the month of September:

Maria Menounos is an actress and television host, who’s newest endeavor includes joining the evening entertainment news show Extra as their newest co-host.  A few weeks ago, Maria was interviewed by Allure Magazine for their Allure Beauty Diaries article.  It was there that Maria divulged her skin care routine: “I use DNA Repair Serum.  I will put that on and then go into my closet to figure out what I’m going to wear, get dressed.  Then I’ll put on my Dermalogica toner spray, moisturizer, and eye cream.  I love Dermalogica because I have sensitive skin. I’ve been using it for six years.”

Create your own Dermalogica skin care routine like Maria’s!  Here’s how:

 Dermalogica’s Multi-Active Toner is an ultra-light facial spritz that refreshes and hydrates the skin while smoothing the surface.  It helps condition skin to prepare for proper moisture absorption.  Spray directly over the entire face and throat with eyes closed. Follow with Dermalogica Moisturizer.

 Dermalogica’s Intensive Moisture Balance is an ultra-rich phytonutrient moisturizer designed to combat dry skin and reduce the signs of premature aging.  Apply over damp face and throat with light, upward strokes. Use twice daily, morning and night.

 Dermalogica’s Total Eye Care is an advanced alpha hydroxy eye treatment cream to help protect and repair the delicate eye area while reducing the appearance of dark circles and lines.  After cleansing in the morning, gently pat around the entire eye area, blending inward from the outer corner. is a website dedicated to content on parenting, and all things baby.  Their mission statement is, “to tell the truth about parenting, to bypass the clichés and dig into the magical and maddening reality. Our commitment to readers is to explore the world of parenting on a daily basis with ruthless honesty, and with the humor and lyricism natural to the subject”. Dermalogica’s Daily Microfoliant was chosen as #15 in’s Top 50 Beauty Products for Mothers.

Dermalogica, the world’s preeminent professional skin care brand, is also the founding partner for FITE (Financial Independence Through Entrepreneurship), and has invested all the research and development to make FITE possible. Dermalogica founder Jane Wurwand, created the organization FITE, as a global empowerment platform designed to foster financial independence through small loans, to encourage and help women entrepreneurs worldwide.  These small loans help women start or grow their businesses, while promoting gender equality and helping to stimulate their local economies.  Besides providing women entrepreneurs with these small loans, FITE’s mission is to also help educate the public about the benefits of empowering women entrepreneurs.

Dermalogica takes another title!  American Salon Magazine awarded Dermalogica the title of “Best Skin Care” as part of their 2011 Professional’s Choice Awards.

Dermalogica is heading up in the air as part of American Airlines’ new premium amenity sets for their passengers.  The American Airlines press release explains, “The product additions are designed with the customer’s comfort and convenience in mind and will roll out on select international flights in First and Business Class cabins”.   Their new suite of amenities for First Class passengers include: pajamas, a quilted blanked, slippers, a turndown service, and of course their amenity kit with Dermalogica products and other travel items.  Here’s a sneak peak at the amenity kit:

All in all, Dermalogica once again takes the beauty industry by storm by participating in philanthropic programs, being the favorite product of A-list stars and beauty editors, and partnering in programs to expose more people to the quality formulas that they have to offer.

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