COSMEDIX Celebrates 20 Inspiring Years Of Revolutionizing The Beauty Industry With Clean, Clinical, Luxurious Skincare Products

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COSMEDIX launches The Beauty of Living Without to kick off their 20th anniversary celebration for 2019.

“As a pioneer of clean skincare, we wanted to release a video that captures the freedom that customers can feel when they invest in a line that values their overall skin health above all.”- Christine Jackson, Global Director of Brand

COSMEDIX, a globally-recognized professional skincare line at the intersection of luxury and cosmeceutical, celebrates 20 inspiring years of revolutionizing the beauty industry with clean, effective skincare. Founded in 1999, COSMEDIX sparked from the desire to shift the beauty industry with clean, transformative products and has since evolved into a full-spectrum product mix of facials, treatments, metabolic peels and at-home regimens. COSMEDIX is kicking off the celebrations with the launch of The Beauty of Living Without—a branded video capturing the luxury of skincare that’s good for you and the environment.

“20 years is such a momentous occasion and we have so many exciting things coming down the pipeline to celebrate with consumers and skincare professionals alike,” said Christine Jackson, Global Director of Brand at COSMEDIX. “As a pioneer of clean skincare, we wanted to release a video that captures the freedom that customers can feel when they invest in a line that values their overall skin health above all.”

While the chemistry behind the brand may be complex, COSMEDIX’s mission is simple: to create products that deliver rapid visual change to the skin without prolonged healing and extended downtime. Their game-changing technology, including AGP Retinol Complex and LG-Retinex, works to transform the look and feel of skin without unnecessary toxins and chemicals. The Beauty of Living Without speaks to these unique formulas and their ability to support the healthy lifestyle of global consumers.

“From blacklisting petro-derived ingredients to packing our products with plant-based ingredients, it’ our goal to create a line that supports your lifestyle…not compromise it,” said Jackson. “Our brand is tailored to treat all skin types, tones and concerns, so we follow strict formula standards to ensure that need it met.”

As a brand founded by aestheticians, for aestheticians, COSMEDIX now serves the world’s finest spas, skincare professionals, dermatologists and plastic surgeons worldwide with powerful, plant-based products and competitive business opportunities. From seminars and group classes to private classes and interactive online portals, COSMEDIX is changing the way people view skincare.

In 2016, COSMEDIX became the founding sponsor of National Aesthetician Month and National Aesthetician Day™, October 15th, which is a month-long celebration dedicated to giving thanks and shining light on those who work tirelessly to help others achieve the complexion of their dreams.

“Skincare has the ability to completely transform a person’s life, so we’re always looking for fun and creative ways to celebrate and support skincare professionals with their work in the treatment room and beyond,” said Ryan Christopher, Global Education Director at COSMEDIX. “That’s what sparked the idea to create National Aesthetician Day.”

Throughout the year, COSMEDIX will be celebrating 20 years with an ongoing “20” campaign, spotlighting 10 ingredients the brand avoids and 10 ingredients the brand formulates with to provide the most desirable results.

“Fans of the brand can expect new innovations, as well as continued education on our existing sku’s as we shift our focus on the next 20 years,” said Christopher.

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COSMEDIX is a professional skincare line that is formulated with the cleanest, most potent plant-based ingredients, Nobel Prize-winning chemistry and gentle actives to deliver safe, effective results. The entire line is cruelty free and contains no harsh ingredients including parabens, benzoyl peroxide, glycolic acid, petrolatum, hydroquinone, artificial dyes and sodium lauryl sulfates.

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