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Eucerin launches DermatoCLEAN 3 in 1 Micellar Cleansing Fluid in Brazil

Eucerin, one of the leading and most trusted global brands in the skincare business, is bringing its DermatoCLEAN Micellar Cleansing Fluid 3 in 1 to Brazil. According the brand, the product is ideal for those seeking a fast but deep and cleansing of their face.

"With the new Eucerin DermatoCLEAN Micellar Cleansing Fluid 3 in 1 anyone can maintain a daily practice routine and complete its daily care and cleaning, with the quality of a dermocosmetic product," explains Tatiana Ponce, Eucerin marketing director in Brazil.

Eucerin DermatoCLEAN Micellar Cleansing Fluid 3 in 1 is free from perfume, ethyl alcohol, colorants and parabens. The product is available in the main drugstore chains in Brazil at the suggested price of R$ 58.00.

Eucerin, a brand of the German group Beiersdorf, has been in Brazil since 2003.The brand offers products in eight categories: moisturizing, anti-aging, sensitive skin, dry skin, oily skin, hypersensitive skin, hyperpigmentation and sun protection.

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