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Lamy Cosmetics offers new line of skincare for face mask wearers

Lamy Cosmetics' skincare products and face mask / Courtesy of Lamy Cosmetics
Lamy Cosmetics' skincare products and face mask / Courtesy of Lamy Cosmetics

By Kim Jae-heun

Lamy Cosmetics has introduced a new line of skincare products called, "Doctor 3," for people suffering from dermatological problems after wearing face masks for extended periods of time during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Face masks have become mandatory in public to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. But this measure has also led to an increase in skin problems like rashes and pimples.

Doctor 3 products were developed based on input from doctors, pharmacists and skincare specialists, as well as following clinical tests focused on easing skin problems. The "GOOD BYE-trouble" makeup products, which are part of the Doctor 3 label, help soothe hypoallergenic skin and acne, according to Lamy Cosmetics. No chemical ingredients, animal-derived raw materials or artificial dyes were used. Also, no animal testing was done during the development of the products.

All Doctor 3 cosmetics include tea tree extract, which helps keep skin smooth, and pennywort extract, which restores dermatological balance. Green apples were also used for their anti-oxidation effects to help slow the effects of aging.

The GOOD BYE-trouble products are recommended for people with oily skin or acne. Lamy Cosmetics said that the products are mild and hypoallergenic and can be used on daily basis even by teenagers.

Lamy Cosmetics also introduced antibacterial products to meet increasing demand during the COVID-19 pandemic. Its hand sanitizer sterilizes 99 percent of germs without being sticky.

The hand sanitizer was approved by the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety after being found to sterilize colon bacillus, bacillus pyocyaneus, staphylococcus aureus, bacillus cereus and food poisoning bacteria.

"Doctor 3's GOOD BYE-trouble and hand sanitizer products are the fruits of years of development efforts. They are perfect for those who are looking for safe skincare products during the COVID-19 pandemic," Lamy Cosmetics CEO Park Hye-rin said.


Lamy Cosmetics' skincare products and face mask / Courtesy of Lamy Cosmetics
Lamy Cosmetics' skincare products and face mask / Courtesy of Lamy Cosmetics

By Kim Jae-heun

Lamy Cosmetics has introduced a new line of skincare products called, "Doctor 3," for people suffering from dermatological problems after wearing face masks for extended periods of time during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Face masks have become mandatory in public to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. But this measure has also led to an increase in skin problems like rashes and pimples.

Doctor 3 products were developed based on input from doctors, pharmacists and skincare specialists, as well as following clinical tests focused on easing skin problems. The "GOOD BYE-trouble" makeup products, which are part of the Doctor 3 label, help soothe hypoallergenic skin and acne, according to Lamy Cosmetics. No chemical ingredients, animal-derived raw materials or artificial dyes were used. Also, no animal testing was done during the development of the products.

All Doctor 3 cosmetics include tea tree extract, which helps keep skin smooth, and pennywort extract, which restores dermatological balance. Green apples were also used for their anti-oxidation effects to help slow the effects of aging.

The GOOD BYE-trouble products are recommended for people with oily skin or acne. Lamy Cosmetics said that the products are mild and hypoallergenic and can be used on daily basis even by teenagers.

Lamy Cosmetics also introduced antibacterial products to meet increasing demand during the COVID-19 pandemic. Its hand sanitizer sterilizes 99 percent of germs without being sticky.

The hand sanitizer was approved by the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety after being found to sterilize colon bacillus, bacillus pyocyaneus, staphylococcus aureus, bacillus cereus and food poisoning bacteria.

"Doctor 3's GOOD BYE-trouble and hand sanitizer products are the fruits of years of development efforts. They are perfect for those who are looking for safe skincare products during the COVID-19 pandemic," Lamy Cosmetics CEO Park Hye-rin said.


Kim Jae-heun jhkim@koreatimes.co.kr


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