Gold River, CA (PRWEB) October 10, 2013
SkinStore.com, the nation’s leading e-commerce specialty retailer providing scientifically sound solutions for healing and maintaining healthy skin, has added the Dr. Dennis Gross Root Resilience hair care line to its assortment of premium products.
Recognizing that anti-aging doesn’t stop at the hairline, Dr. Dennis Gross formulated his clinical Root Resilience hair care line with a blend of amino acids, peptides and antioxidants. Specifically designed to target aging, the products help strengthen, nourish and protect the hair follicle and root. The line is a complete anti-aging hair care system that promotes scalp health and strong hair at its source. Dr. Dennis Gross Root Resilience Anti-Aging Scalp Serum nourishes and anchors the hair follicle, creating an optimal environment for the growth of stronger, thicker hair.
Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare is excited that SkinStore is offering their hair products because the SkinStore consumer is highly informed when it comes to the newest and greatest skincare innovations; they know that they will love these products.
Christina Bertolino, Senior Buying Manager at SkinStore.com, said, “Dr. Dennis Gross is a trusted name in skin care. His clinical hair care line will be very well-received.”
Physician-founded in 1997, SkinStore carries over 250 premium brands of skin care, cosmetics, hair care, beauty tools and fragrances from around the world. With over 6,000 products to choose from, SkinStore is a leading online resource for clinical and dermatologist-recommended skin care products. Customers receive free shipping on all U.S. orders over $49, and an esthetician-staffed call center is available Monday through Friday to answer questions and offer product recommendations. The company is headquartered in Gold River (Sacramento), California with operations in Sydney, Australia and an affiliate in Hangzhou, China. For more information visit SkinStore.com, SkincareStore.com.au, or SkinStorechina.com
Denise McDonald, Content & Production Manager