New CeraVe SA renewing lotion exfoliates to help battle 'chicken skin'
BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — Coria Labs, a division of Valeant Pharmaceuticals North America, is expanding its line of CeraVe moisturizers and cleansers with the new CeraVe SA renewing lotion.
As with all CeraVe products, the newest formulation features ceramides to help restore, repair and maintain the skin barrier. However, this product goes even further with the addition of salicylic acid and ammonium lactate to help loosen and exfoliate dead skin cells. Vitamin D is also present to help keep skin looking smooth and hydrated.
The ingredients work to exfoliate, smooth and soften extremely dry, rough, bumpy skin — like those rough patches often found on upper arms and legs that are sometimes referred to as “chicken skin.”
CeraVe’s patented Multivescular Emulsion technology delivers the ingredients deep into skin layers over time where they can help repair and renew skin. The technology creates a controlled release of key ingredients so skin is continuously being nourished and hydrated throughout the day, the company stated.
The new CeraVe SA renewing lotion has a suggested retail price of $14.99.