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AmLactin® Believers aren’t the only ones telling us our alpha-hydroxy acid products are providing serious relief.  They seem to have attracted a certain buzz among the media as well. After all, it’s newsworthy to discover a dry skin treatment that actually works for so many who never thought they’d find one.

As featured in Allure Beauty Insider’s Guide (Special Edition, Fall 2012)

“Heidi Waldorf, an associate clinical professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, likes [...] AmLactin Ultra Hydrating Body Cream [...] with exfoliating alpha hydroxy acid [...]”

As featured in All You December 2012

Winterize Your Body From Head to Toe
“Soften Rough Heels: Coarse patches are due in large part to dead-skin buildup. Use a rich cream with lactic acid, […] to penetrate the thick layers that traditional moisturizers simply can’t…AmLactin Ultra Hydrating Body Cream ($16) at mass retailers”

As featured in Health December 2012

Exfoliate to slough off
Rough, dead skin.

“[…] Try moisturizing your body at night with a cream (such as AmLactin Moisturizing Body Lotion) that contains lactic acid […]”

As featured in WebMD Magazine December 2012

Elbow Grease “If your elbows get super dry [...], use an exfoliating moisturizer like this one a couple of times a day. It contains exfoliating lactic acid to smooth out rough patches, plus emollients and humectants to keep skin soft.”

As featured in Health January/February 2013

For Dry Legs, Milk It ‘“Try a 12 percent lactic acid lotion, like AmLactin Moisturizing Body Lotion ($15, drugstore.com) ‘Cleopatra used to bathe in milk because of the lactic acid,’ Dr. Barba notes. ‘It's an incredibly effective moisturizer, and it also works as a powerful exfoliant […]’”

As featured in InStyle February 2013

How to Score Amazing Legs (30’s)
“Skin cells are starting to turn over more slowly, so stay smooth by upgrading your moisturizer to one with lactic or glycolic acid,” says dermatologist Anne Chapas.

As featured in Good Housekeeping April 2013

Watch Out for Dry, Bumpy Skin
SKIN WOE: Keratosis pilaris, a genetic condition that causes bumpy skin--most often on the upper arms […]

SOLUTION: Use an exfoliating moisturizer daily to get rid of the dead skin creating those bumps. An effective one is AmLactin Ultra Hydrating Body Cream, with more than 12% lactic acid ($16, drugstores).”

REDBOOK May 2013

How can I shape up my arms, fast?
“The Dermatologist says […] ‘To soften flaky or ashy skin […] apply a rich body lotion to damp skin to lock in moisture. Pick a formula with lactic acid to dissolve dead cells on the surface.’ We like AmLactin Moisturizing Body Lotion, $16.”

As featured in O Magazine May 2013

ALPHA HYDROXY ACIDS (AHAs) “To smooth […] your arms and legs, try AmLactin Moisturizing Body Lotion. Lactic acid sloughs off dead skin cells that may be causing the bumps, and helps skin retain moisture.”

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Sunburn Alert: This product contains an alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA) that may increase your skin’s sensitivity to sunburn. Be sun smart: use sunscreen, wear protective clothing, and limit sun exposure while using this product and for a week afterward.

In exchange for allowing us to share their stories, the featured women received a gift basket including AmLactin® products.


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