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NONFOODS NEWS By Rebekah Marcarelli
The Itch Eraser has introduced three skin-healing products. The
products are formulated to address skin woes including poison ivy,
oak and sumac; hives, rashes and redness; insect bites; sunburn; and
minor cuts and scrapes.
Available in a gel, cream and
spray, all of the products fight
itch with a steroid-free antihistamine and other skin calming properties. The soothing
formulas boast natural healing
ingredients including aloe, vitamin E, tea tree oil, baking soda
and oat beta glucan.
“We see an opportunity in
the market to innovate with a full line of skincare healing products
that stop the itch from various reactions,” says Frank Meyer, chief marketing officer at Littleton, N.H.-based Tender Corp., parent company
of the Itch Eraser. “The difference in the Itch Eraser is in the super healing formulations and instant skin soothing. All three products should
be an essential in a family’s arsenal of first aid and skincare products.”
For more information, visit tendercorp.com.
Trilipiderm’s new Ultra-Hydrating All-
Body Oil is a 100 percent natural, plant-
derived face and body oil that helps restore and
prevent dry skin. The product also has qualities
that are desirable to consumers such as non-
GMO, non-comedogenic and fragrance-free.
The oil is made from a blend of squalane
derived from olive, meadowfoam and abys-
sinian oils, and antioxidant-rich vitamins A,
C and E. Squalane is an antioxidant that helps protect skin from UV
damage and age spots, promotes cell growth and is antibacterial.
“Because of its multitude of benefits, squalane is known as the ultimate anti-aging secret weapon,” says Frank Fanning, founder and CEO
of Jackson Hole, Wyo.-based Trilipid Research Institute. “It was important to us to incorporate olive derived squalane, into the body oil’s formula to keep providing skincare solutions that are specially crafted
with nature’s best ingredients.”
For more information, visit trilipiderm.com.