The first entry for the 2015 Pharmaceutical & Cosmetic Review New Product Competition is the Hannon Skin Care range, developed over a period of eleven years in association with leading cosmetic and chemistry engineers from both the University of the North-West and the University of South Africa. This cosmeceutical skin care range targets and penetrates the regenerative basal layer of the skin, and is thus much more than a cosmetic range that merely covers the skin.
Entries for the 2015 New Product Competition, hosted by Pharmaceutical & Cosmetic Review, are now open. Entry forms are now available here.
Using vitamin C internally and externally is a vital anti-ageing practice due to the fact that the vitamin stimulates the dermal fibroblasts to make collagen and offers anti-oxidant protection against environmental factors – which remains a key element of any anti-ageing arsenal.
At the 2014 PHARMACEUTICAL & COSMETIC REVIEW/Symrise New Product Competition (NPC) awards evening held at Olives & Plates in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, Kalahari Lifestyle’s Retail Product Range took the top prize as overall winner.
Inspired by an extraordinary journey that started in the vast open plains of the Kalahari Desert in Africa, Kalahari Lifestyle has created a range of world-class skin and body products that captures not only the earthy goodness of nature, but also the unique, sensory experience of the continent.