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Ceramide Skincare Market Has A New Player

January 10, 2018: 12:00 AM EST
Personal care company ESN Group has entered the ceramide skincare market with its Ceramedx line of formulations, including a cleanser, moisturizing cream, and body lotion. The products feature a “plant-based ceramide technology” known as Riceramide-3 Complex. They are fragrance-free and made without parabens or petrolatum. Ceramide-based skincare products entered the market with the launch of Nestlé subsidiary Galderma’s Cetaphil product line, which now includes formulations for men. Another major competitor for California-based ESN Group is L’Oréal, which paid more than a billion dollars to acquire the Valeant skincare brands, which include CeraVe. In the Ceramedx press release, a dermatologist noted that the new product line offers “a more natural alternative for patients of mine with dry skin who need a therapeutic product.” [Image Credit: © Ceramedx]
Deanna Utroske, "A New Competitor Enters the Ceramide Skin Care Space", | USA, January 10, 2018, © William Reed Business Media Ltd
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