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Carmex maker announces winners of ‘Share the Tingle’ video contest

BY Michael Johnsen

MILWAUKEE Carma Laboratories, makers of Carmex lip balm products, on Monday announced the winners of the “Share the Tingle” video contest.

A video entitled, “Share the Tingle with Caution,” created by Ryan Leer of Eden Prairie, Minn., took the grand prize. The winning video, selected from a total of 70 entries, used a Star Wars-like theme featuring the fictional “Carmex light saber.”

“We were thrilled with the variety and quality of the videos we received,” said Paul Woelbing, president of Carma Laboratories. “Contest participants showed us that Carmex is more than just a lip balm when it comes to our most ardent customers. There were many terrific, creative submissions and I especially enjoyed the winning video with its visual wit and attention to detail.”

Contest participants were asked to answer the question, “How do you share the Carmex tingle?” Judges looked for videos that had an entertaining premise, were filled with originality and were simply fun to watch.

As the top winner, Leer received a $5,000 grand prize, plus a Canon VIXIA HF100 flash memory high-definition camcorder and a five-year supply of Carmex lip balm.

In all, Carmex awarded nine prizes to video contest participants. In addition to the grand prize, three first-prize winners received a check for $500, a Canon VIXIA HF100 flash memory high-definition camcorder and a five-year supply of Carmex lip balm. Five second-prize winners were awarded a Canon PowerShot SD1000 Digital Elph Camera and a five-year supply of Carmex lip balm.

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National Eczema Association accepts Theraplex skin treatment products

BY Michael Johnsen

MEMPHIS, Tenn. The National Eczema Association on Tuesday awarded its Seal of Acceptance to Theraplex Emollient and Theraplex Clear Lotion.

“These products met our criteria for having no irritating ingredients and being suitable for people with eczema,” said Julie Block, NEA vice president. “Our Review Panel members considered the clinical studies carefully. … Theraplex received an EASE rating of 5 out of 5 possible points because these products do not contain known irritants to eczema or sensitive skin at any level.”

The NEA Seal of Acceptance is part of the association’s Eczema & Sensitive-Skin Education program, which is intended to improve the quality of life for people who suffer from eczema and sensitive skin.

“We are very proud of this special designation because it recognizes our products’ effectiveness in restoring the skin’s moisture,” commented Michael Pietrangelo, managing partner of The Theraplex Company. “Clinical studies have shown that Theraplex stops and prevents the vicious cycle of persistent dry skin by delivering moisture deep into the epidermal layer to restore skin to good health so it can resist moisture loss,” he said.

Theraplex moisturizers are available from pharmacists behind the pharmacy counter at stores Walgreens, Rite Aid, CVS/pharmacy, Costco and several independent pharmacies, Pietrangelo said.

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Palomar receives FDA approval for wrinkle treatment

BY Michael Johnsen

BURLINGTON, Mass. Palomar Medical Technologies on Friday announced that it received a 510(k) over-the-counter clearance from the Food and Drug Administration for a patented, home-use laser device indicated for the treatment of wrinkles around the eyes.

“This FDA clearance for a laser to treat wrinkles in the home opens up a tremendous opportunity to tap into the multi-billion dollar consumer skin care market with our patented technology,” stated Joseph Caruso, Palomar CEO. “The professional treatment of fine lines and wrinkles using lasers has been well established and proven to be safe and effective for years in the doctors’ office using large and expensive lasers. With this breakthrough, consumers will be able to use similar technology in the privacy of their own home for a fraction of the cost.

The device was developed by Palomar and completed together with Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies under a previously announced agreement to develop light-based anti-aging devices.

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