Under the covers.

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 People StyleWatch November 2014

$18.99 AmLactin’s Body Lotion “Great for dryness, it has a high concentration of lactic acid to slough off dead skin and ceramides to lock in moisturize.” AmLactin Cerapeutic Restoring Body Lotion; target.com

As featured in Women’s Health Magazine October 2014

“BEST FOR: super-dry skin and keratosis pilaris (small flesh-tone or pink bumps often found on the back of the arms and thighs)… Treat keratosis pilaris with a daily cream, such as Amlactin Ultra Hydrating Body Cream”

As featured in Us Weekly September 1, 2014 Issue

“Immediately postshower, slather on a lactic acid-laced lotion, such as AmLactin. […] according to Olivia Palermo’s NYC dermatologist Dennis Gross. ($17, walmart.com)”

As featured in InStyle Magazine August 2014

“Tiny skin growths called keratosis pilaris, the results of small amounts of protein forming plugs with hair follicles, often pop up now, as skin begins to dry out, says N.Y.C. dermatologist David Colbert. Banish pesky nubs with a twice-weekly dose of moisturizer containing exfoliating lactic or glycolic acid […] AmLactin Ultra Hydrating Body Cream (with lactic acid) $16; at CVS.”

As featured in MORE July/August 2014

Calluses […] can be smoothed with a pumice stone three times a week. […] Daily application of an exfoliating cream, such as AmLactin Foot Cream ($10; drugstore.com), which contains alpha-hydroxy acid, can also help.”

As Featured in Elle April 2014

The 2014 Genius Awards: Body, The Shape-Shifter
AMLACTIN Cerapeutic Restoring Body Lotion "contains lactic acid, which is a great exfoliator."

As Featured in Dr. Oz The Good Life March-April 2014

Top Picks for Your Body
“AmLactin Cerapeutic Restoring Body Lotion ($19, drugstores) is absorbed quickly and exfoliates away stubborn flaky patches with alpha hydroxy acids.”

As Featured in InStyle February 2014

AmLactin® Moisturizing Body Lotion contains ingredients like lactic acid that work to "exfoliate the top layer of dead skin for a more even look."

As Featured in RedBook February 2014

Soften Up While You Sleep
“Got dry, ashy arms and legs? 'Before bed, rub on a body lotion that contains lactic acid, which gently dissolves dead skin,' suggests Gohara, who likes Amlactin Moisturizing Body Lotion, $16.”