Savvy consumers are becoming more concerned about harsh chemical skin lightening products. We’re very pleased to be able to offer a 99% natural alternative from such an environmentally and socially responsible company.
Gold River, CA (PRWEB) April 12, 2012
SkinStore.com, the nation’s leading e-commerce specialty retailer providing scientifically sound solutions for healing and maintaining healthy skin, has added FEI'D to its assortment of premium products.
FEI’D merged Western science and Chinese medicine to develop a 99% natural skin perfecting cream. Specifically formulated to visibly improve dark marks, age spots, pigmentation and uneven skin tone, FEI'D contains 10 clinically proven key ingredients, including licorice, mulberry and Dianella Ensifolia. It is also free of parabens, mineral oil, harsh bleaches, hydroquinone and kojic acid. It is tested for allergies and irritants, though never on animals.
FEI’D does not spend money on advertising. Instead they allocate their entire advertising budget to helping communities in need, specifically children’s organizations in third-world countries.
Christina Bertolino, Senior Buying Manager at SkinStore.com said, “Savvy consumers are becoming more concerned about harsh chemical skin lightening products. We’re very pleased to be able to offer a 99% natural alternative from such an environmentally and socially responsible company.”
Physician-founded in 1997, SkinStore carries over 200 premium brands of skin care, cosmetics, hair care, beauty tools and fragrances from around the world, including high quality products normally found only in luxury spas, fine department stores and dermatologist offices. Free shipping is applied to all U.S. orders over $49, and an esthetician-staffed call center is available Monday through Friday to answer customer questions. The company is headquartered in Gold River (Sacramento), California with enterprises in Sydney, Australia and affiliates in Hangzhou, China. For more information visit SkinStore.com, SkincareStore.com.au or SkinStoreChina.com.
Denise McDonald, Content & Production Manager