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Three Questions for Garnier Director Jean-Louis Réfrégier

 
Jean-Louis Réfrégier, Director of Suncare and Self-Tanning Product Development, Garnier - Three Questions for Garnier Director Jean-Louis Réfrégier
Jean-Louis Réfrégier, Director of Suncare and Self-Tanning Product Development, Garnier

Jean-Louis Réfrégier, Director of Suncare and Self-Tanning Product Development, Garnier

Q:  Is it possible to achieve a natural-looking tan with self-tan?
A:  It is now, we’ve come a long way since the orangey fake tans of ten years ago, self-tanning technology has come along in leaps and bounds.  We know much more about the active DHA molecule, at the heart of every product for better colour quality.

Q:  What’s so good about the latest products?
A:  Aside from a near-perfect colour, they are really becoming real skincare products, containing moisturizing ingredients, emollient agents, anti free-radical ingredients to combat premature aging, AHA-derived perfecting agents for the skin’s surface to eliminate irregularities and light-reflecting pigments for an immediate glow.

Q:  Are they easier to apply?
A:  We’ve made huge steps in terms of texture.  Gels, milks and creams are all non-greasy, transparent and fresh.  They are easy to use as they dry more quickly and more comfortable for the skin, it they don’t drag on application.




  
  


Sarah Horrocks
2006/05/25
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