New yogurt-based line of skin care, reignited interest in the beauty industry to the role of dairy products in skin care. American line Dairyface on skin care has released such a product in online sale in October, and this month it appears in stores throughout the United States.
The company's founder, Oksana Panasenko, interested yogurt for skin care in adolescence, after a friend recommended her to use mixtures of fermented milk products and herbs for the treatment of acne.
Oksana moved to Canada in 2006, where she, in collaboration with cosmetic chemists and microbiologists created his own line of dairy cosmetics Dairyface.
The debut collection includes nourishing facial mask with green tea from olive, almond, apricot kernel oil and avocado and, of course, with probiotic yogurt.
Prices start from $ 19 for a pack of two creams that have been designed to stay fresh in the refrigerator for up to six weeks.
Currently Dairyface only works in the US, although plans to enter the international market in the near future.
Worth to notice that in the Internet you can find many master classes how to make such masks are useful in the home.