delray beach, fl (PRWEB) March 26, 2012
Skin Virtue, a line of products that help people achieve healthier, younger-looking skin, will now be available on Amazon.com.
Known worldwide for its technological breakthroughs in highly effective skin care formulas, Skin Virtue (http://skinvirtue.com) offers consumers proven ways to address issues like acne, aging skin, discoloration and more. The brand is distributed by Nutritional Products International (NPI).
“We are very pleased that our products will now appear on Amazon.com, the world’s largest and most robust ecommerce platform,” said Nina Gajic, CEO of Skin Virtue. “This is an opportunity for us to really showcase the wide range of benefits that our products offer to consumers. It’s a great step forward as we expand our distribution in the American marketplace.”
Skin Virtue, based in Australia, features products that are of the highest quality, backed by the company’s strong commitment to effective and healthy skin care for each of its customers. Its team leverages the latest technologies and the best ingredients available to help calm sensitive and problem-prone skin.
The company’s products, which are developed in Italy, include three different “ranges” of skin care, each with its own set of benefits for users. Its Super Clear Range utilizes vitamin-rich ingredients and plant extracts to protect skin from environmental conditions like acne. The Pure Anti-Age range helps to reduce the signs and symptoms of aging skin, eliminating wrinkles, under-eye circles and discoloration while protecting the skin from environmental factors. The company also recently launched its Future Advanced range, which works to rejuvenate the skin using a proprietary blend of beneficial ingredients.
“Skin Virtue is a very innovative line of skin care products that is really unmatched by any other brand,” said Brian Gould, Director of Operations for NPI. “This is great news, and we look forward to further expanding the scope of Skin Virtue in the near future to other online and retail outlets across the U.S.”