SOURCE: Organoderm

March 11, 2008 14:22 ET

Plastic Surgeon Goes Green for Skin With Launch of New Organoderm Skin Care Product Line

NEWPORT BEACH, CA--(Marketwire - March 11, 2008) - Organoderm Skin Care is launched by highly acclaimed plastic surgeon Dr. Edward Domanskis in Newport Beach, CA. "I am excited to introduce my natural organic skin care products. They purposely contain fewer but more concentrated effective active ingredients in elegant formulations," said Dr. Domanskis.

Organoderm contains certified organic ingredients and natural botanical actives to help repair damaged skin and keep it healthy no matter what age. "As a plastic surgeon, I couldn't accept traditional skin care with its synthetics and chemicals," continued Dr. Domanskis.

Organoderm products display the USDA logo, certified as containing at least 95% organic ingredients, or the prestigious Circle of Green certification or both. This earth friendly natural skin care product line boasts of eliminating wasteful exterior packaging and cartons. Instead, all feature fully recyclable green conscious packaging. Each of the regimens' products is oversized. Not only do the larger dimensions add value, but help build an awareness of the need to reduce the number of containers cluttering the environment.

Dr. Domanskis points out that Organoderm skin care also introduces a unique online recycling program for all product purchases. Prices for Organoderm range from $12 to $42, with a portion of sales donated to breast cancer research.

"The time couldn't be better for launching a product line of this type," says Dr. Domanskis. "Currently, the skin care industry is experiencing phenomenal growth." Packagedfacts.com, a division of Market Research Group, which provides essential insights on consumer markets, projects annual revenues of skin care products to reach $7.2 billion in the U.S. alone by 2010.

A major contributor to this boom is organic skin care products. Cosmeticsdesign.com reports that this sector is expected to hit $10 billion in international sales by the end of this decade. Even during periods of economic downturn, skin care products invariably hold their own according to research provided by Referenceforbusiness.com. Therefore, the current recession is not expected to have a serious impact on sales. People simply want to look their best, even if the economy does not.

Organoderm will be exhibiting at the Natural Products Expo, the largest natural and organic trade show, in Anaheim, CA, on March 13. For further information, visit www.Organoderm.com.

"Organoderm. Good for your skin. Good for the earth."

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