SkinCareRx Releases Innovative Skin Care Catalog With Top Brands Like Obagi And Murad

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SkinCareRx releases their new innovative 'Skin Essentials' catalog. Skin Essentials contains brands like Murad, Obagi, and Remergent along with many more, but is organized by skin condition and type.. Rather then there being a Murad section products are arranged under categories like 'Rosacea' to better serve the customer.

SkinCareRx has just released their first "Skin Essentials" catalog. This catalog carries all of the top names in skin care in one convenient catalog. Just like people, skin is individual, and what works for one may not work for all. With this philosophy SkinCareRx has produced a convenient way to view all your options for Murad,Rosacea relief, Obagi, and Remergent in one catalog.

SkinCareRx spent a lot of time researching and analyzing other existing catalogs and then worked to develop a catalog that would be a cut above the rest. One of the features they implemented to achieve that was organizing their catalog by skin type and conditions rather then brand, making it easier to compare and locate exactly the product you need. The entire focus of the catalog is skin care essentials and so they worked to make those essentials easily accessible for customers.

When you put brands like Obagi and Murad together in topic specific sections rather then as opposing literature they can work together for the individual customer's needs. "Skin Essentials" offers a variety of brands but unlike other catalogs they are organized by skin type and condition which facilitates finding the product that will work best for you.

SkinCareRx has opened up the world of skincare with their 40 page, "Skin Essentials" catalog. Existing customers received their catalog this past month and can begin ordering at any time they wish. To receive this catalog also simply go online and request one or call one of their skincare consultants and they can easily set you up.

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