Clinique, leader in skin care innovation has announced the launch of its latest skin care moisturizer called New Comfort on Call

Clinique, leader in skin care and make-up innovation, has announced the launch of their latest advance in skin care moisturizer – New Comfort on Call.

Clinique, at the forefront of skin care research, has launched a new innovation in anti aging and allergy relief skin care, with the introduction of New Comfort on Call – Allergy Tested Relief Cream, a moisturiser designed for people with visibly reactive skin.

Clinique’s New Comfort on Call enhances the skin’s ability to protect itself against external irritants such as pollutants and airborne particles. Containing the rare Citrus Jabara Fruit Extract, indigenous to Japan’s Wakayama Prefecture region where it is cultivated, this moisturising cream helps to calm the appearance of irritated skin.

Wakayama villagers believe Jabara can prevent pollen allergies from the region’s abundant trees. The villagers eat and drink it continuously to build their resistance to the onslaught of pollen each spring. Even at the height of pollen season, they report that allergies are rare. Clinique’s New Comfort on Call is the first and only skin treatment to include Citrus Jabara Fruit Extract. It is the heart of Clinique’s unique Enviro-Soothe Complex, including potent anti-irritants Mangosteen and Glycyrrhetinic Acid (licorice extract).

Dermatologist tested, and suitable for even very sensitive skin, New Comfort on Call:

– Gives immediate relief to dehydrated, dry skin and visibly calms irritated skin
– Helps shield and protect skin against extreme weather conditions while maintaining moisture
– Is suitable for all skin types that become very dry and taut when exposed to frigid climates
– Helps reduce skin’s visible reactivity and instances of cracked, flaky or rough skin with continued use

Protecting the skin, especially in colder climates, is critical in maintaining its strength and resilience. Skin becomes more susceptible to the harmful effects of common allergens and environmental pollutants, such as airborne particles, when the skin barrier is impaired.

“Aware of the changes in the environment, we wanted to create a product that would not only assist in helping the appearance of reactive skin, but would help skin to naturally cope with fluctuations in weather and humidity. We incorporated a water-binding protein that improves and rebalances the skin’s moisture, building a stronger, more resilient skin barrier, better able to protect against both extreme weather conditions and harmful external airborne particles.” Commented Dr. Tom Mammone, Executive Director of Clinique Research and Development

New Comfort on Call provides an invisible protective shield to strengthen skin’s moisture and lipid barrier function, helping skin to be less susceptible and reactive to certain external triggers over time. New Comfort on Call helps relieve dry, cracked skin while it softens, smoothes and improves skin’s texture and condition. This intense, luxuriously rich cream-balm moisturiser provides immediate comfort and all day hydration.

New Comfort on Call will be available nationwide from 1 February 2009

About Clinique
Introduced in 1968, Clinique was the first ever dermatologist-created, prestige cosmetic brand. Today, Clinique’s mission remains what it was from the beginning: to provide the highest quality and most effective collection of products to enhance every skin type and tone. The brand’s customised approach and quality products – all meticulously tested and carefully formulated with the latest science – have made Clinique one of the leading skin care authorities in the world. All makeup and Skin Care products are allergy-tested and 100% fragrance free. Clinique offers products for men and women of all ages and ethnicities. Clinique is sold in more than 130 countries and territories, and over 16,000 sales locations.

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Displaysense set to introduce more than 767 shelving products made up from only 27 component items to help budget squeezed companies looking for greater value for money from their purchases

Displaysense to introduce innovative new shelving ideas for cash strapped businesses. During these tricky economic times it is becoming increasingly difficult for businesses to justify purchasing bespoke shop fittings in order to display their products, advertise their services and promote their brand. With this in mind, Displaysense has a simple solution that is not only budget and user friendly, but also more diverse than a Lego set.

With an artillery of 27 components, Displaysense – the UKs leading supplier of shop fittings and wire chrome shelving units -has plans to reveal a total of 767 combinations of retail shelving solutions. This extensive range of shelving will allow customer to adapt and craft unique displays to suit any business environment from caterers to offices and even for the home.

Unlike a number of competitor suppliers of wire chrome components, Displaysense is set to be the first to provide customers with a unique glimpse at the products’ potential usage and combinations. Already boasting an existing range of more than 60 units, Displaysense plan to expand that number further thanks to recent component parts that include clothing rails and sloping brochure holders that open the door for more industries to take advantage of the products’ potential.

Steve Whittle, marketing manager at Displaysense, commented, “We are constantly trying to diversify our product range or create new solutions at Displaysense. You could say it’s in the blood, as we often extend our product range simply by imagining who the end user could be. Our ballot boxes are a perfect example of this as we originally had a limited number of floor standing units. So we designed our own solution by adding two products together and they have gone down a storm with our customers”.

Steve continued, “Our designs enable businesses to buy shelving solutions that can grow and adapt to their business needs, providing them far greater value for money than other shelving and display options out there.”

The company doesn’t plan to stop there with its products either, as Steve forecasts that 2009 is set to be a fantastic year for the business, as more innovative display solutions are introduced to aid the struggling retail sector.

About Displaysense
Displaysense was established in September of 1978 as a manufacturer of quality point of sale displays. Displaysense has a wealth of experience in design and manufacturing and has been able to develop an ever growing standard range of more than 1500 displays. The range is now hugely diverse including acrylic containers, display cabinets, mannequins, modular shelving units, exhibition displays and business card holders.

Displaysense works with a large range of clients including, retailers (multiple and independent), blue chip corporate clients, cafés, bars, restaurants and night clubs, shop and office fitters, marketing and promotions companies, designers and architects, product distributors, exhibition contractors and exhibitors, printers, councils and NHS trusts, charities, schools and universities.

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