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Pharmagel's Daily Express Regimen To Go

Web Editor | July 10, 2011 | 7:23 PM

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Pharmagel's Daily Express Regimen To Go

Pharmagel has packaged its Daily Express Regimen and three anti-aging products to go.

Pharmagel, the pharmaceutical-grade skin care line containing botanicals, herbs and vitamins, has packaged its Daily Express Regimen and three anti-aging products into a see-through travel bag that meets airline carry-on requirements.

The kit includes a 3-oz size Hydra Cleanse facial cleanser; Botanical Tonique toner and Firma Derm moisturizer; 2.5-oz Enzyme Ex-Cell scrub; 4-gram Beta-C facial refirmer, DN-24 Hydracreme treatment; and Glyco-8 alpha hydroxy acid facial firming complex.

For information on Pharmagel skin care, visit www.pharmagel.net.

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