Salcura’s New Antiac Range For Acne
This New Year, stop covering and start clearing with Antiac’s ‘no nasties’ Daily and Activ range which includes the Antiac Activ Spray, voted ‘best acne treatment’ on Channel 4’s Embarrassing Bodies. Other products in the portfolio include the Antiac Daily Face wash and Face Wipes and the Antiac Active Gel Serum.
Salcura are so confident in their all-natural anti-acne collection – which deeply cleanses, soothes irritation, and prevents infection to clear mild to maddening breakouts – that they offer a 30-day money back guarantee on all the Antiac range. And, with over 90% of 18 to 34 year olds and 80% of 35 to 54 year olds suffering from mild to severe acne,[i] it’s time to do something about it and get a fresh face for 2014.
Antiac’s star ingredient in the range is Sea Buckthorn, a champion of skincare, containing 25 times more vitamin C than an orange! Sea Buckthorn is rich in omegas and skin essential vitamins and this natural super-ingredient targets infection to leave your skin refreshed and revitalised.
Your skin requires extra special attention this New Year so nourish it with Antiac and notice the difference in just 30 days.
Offers at 2 for £10 are available via the Salcura website, where you will also find the Antiac Personal Skincare Indicator which guides you to the products best suited for your skin.
To find out more about the range and to order your personal products follow the link below to visit the Salcura website. After 30 days with Antiac will you #spotthedifference?
Salcura was originally developed in the 1990’s by German bio-scientist Dr Martin Schiele, to treat the skin problems of factory workers handling chemicals.
Dr Schiele’s unique combination of natural ingredients proved highly effective in soothing difficult to treat skin complaints.
After a decade of research and improvement, this unique blend of ingredients launched as ‘Salcura’ – a range of products offering relief for those wanting an effective, natural alternative to chemical based products.
Acne affects 80% of the UK population at some point in their lives.[ii] Acne is most prevalent between the ages of 12 and 25, with 9 in 10 teenagers developing some degree of the skin condition. However, it is estimated that about 3 in 10 teenagers have acne bad enough to need treatment to prevent scarring.[iii]
[i] Toluna QuickSurveys, Acne General Market Survey, and Toluna QuickSurveys, Antiac Customer Insight Survey
[ii] Acne,Patient [Online]. Available able www.patient.co.uk/health/Acne.htm
[iii] Light at the end of the tunnel for acne suffers. [Online] Available at www.pressjournal.coc.uk/article.aspx/2689497