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Christina Cosmeceuticals launches Comodex treatment and product line
22 Dec 2017 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
Comodex is a four-step treatment designed to renew the skin and decrease comedones
Christina Cosmeceuticals is proud to announce the launch of the Comodex treatment and product range.

Comodex is the ultimate in the made-to-measure treatment of oily and blemished skin and blends the best of nature and science.

The treatment relies on four well-defined steps:

Step one: cleansing and purifying, uses antimicrobial and antiseptic ingredients to fight bacteria in affected pores.

Step two: moderating sebum secretion, uses highly active ingredients to minimise sebum accumulation to prevent clogged pores and breakouts. Antioxidants are used simultaneously, to decrease sebum oxidation.

Step three: exfoliation and renewal, unclogs pores to decrease the spread of bacteria.

Step four: prevention of post inflammatory hyper-pigmentation, reduces inflammation and melanin production, lightening the skin and leaving it smooth and healthy-looking.

The uniquely comprehensive treatment has both short and long-term benefits for the skin. Short-term benefits include: a decrease in sebum secretion, softened comedones, prevention of bacterial proliferation and a reduction in shininess and redness.

Long-term benefits include: skin renewal, a decrease in comedones and a reduction in scarring.

Other benefits include an increase in skin’s elasticity and the prevention of hyper-pigmentation, leaving skin evenly toned with a uniform texture.

The product range is designed to address the primary causes of oily skin and blemishes, and is free from SLS, parabens, propylene glycol, petrochemicals and triclosan.

The range incorporates potent active ingredients with an innovative, technological delivery system, that aims to stabilise, protect, mask and target skin concerns, while the products are designed to purify and balance the skin, and speed up the healing process, to prevent further damage, whilst restoring the skin to its healthiest condition.
 


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Christina Cosmeceuticals launches Comodex treatment and product line

Comodex is a four-step treatment designed to renew the skin and decrease comedones
Christina Cosmeceuticals is proud to announce the launch of the Comodex treatment and product range.

Comodex is the ultimate in the made-to-measure treatment of oily and blemished skin and blends the best of nature and science.

The treatment relies on four well-defined steps:

Step one: cleansing and purifying, uses antimicrobial and antiseptic ingredients to fight bacteria in affected pores.

Step two: moderating sebum secretion, uses highly active ingredients to minimise sebum accumulation to prevent clogged pores and breakouts. Antioxidants are used simultaneously, to decrease sebum oxidation.

Step three: exfoliation and renewal, unclogs pores to decrease the spread of bacteria.

Step four: prevention of post inflammatory hyper-pigmentation, reduces inflammation and melanin production, lightening the skin and leaving it smooth and healthy-looking.

The uniquely comprehensive treatment has both short and long-term benefits for the skin. Short-term benefits include: a decrease in sebum secretion, softened comedones, prevention of bacterial proliferation and a reduction in shininess and redness.

Long-term benefits include: skin renewal, a decrease in comedones and a reduction in scarring.

Other benefits include an increase in skin’s elasticity and the prevention of hyper-pigmentation, leaving skin evenly toned with a uniform texture.

The product range is designed to address the primary causes of oily skin and blemishes, and is free from SLS, parabens, propylene glycol, petrochemicals and triclosan.

The range incorporates potent active ingredients with an innovative, technological delivery system, that aims to stabilise, protect, mask and target skin concerns, while the products are designed to purify and balance the skin, and speed up the healing process, to prevent further damage, whilst restoring the skin to its healthiest condition.



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Christina Cosmeceuticals

With more than 350 products in the market, Christina has a proven track record of more than 30 years addressing different skin conditions for every age group. It has pioneered in increasing the synergy of professional treatments with home care that provide customers with amazing results in over 55 countries. There is no need for guess work with Christina products as each one is accompanied by easy to follow step-by-step protocols for use by the professional in the spa or salon and the client at home. Christina stands behind each of its products with a full support system ready to help with everything from responding to questions about treatment to assisting in training and marketing.

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