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Pharmapele launches Opaque Color, a base that helps controlling oiliness

Pharmapele has developed Opaque Color, a liquid extra-dry base that helps to better control face oiliness, besides promoting a silky feeling and a younger and healthier skin appearance.

Opaque Color is a liquid extra-dry base that helps to better control face (...)

Opaque Color is a liquid extra-dry base that helps to better control face oiliness.

Opaque Color has been developed using a polymeric microsponge technology that absorbs oiliness and reduces excessive shine. Its formulation also includes Refynil, an active that reduces the appearance of dilated pores, controls the production of sebum and strengthens the structure of collagen. "This is an innovative active that reduces pore size by up to 62%, resulting in a smoother and more uniform skin," explains Luisa Saldanha, the company’s pharmacist.

The product is available in three shades: peach, beige and bronze. The liquid foundation, besides preparing the face for the makeup, promotes hydration and is a good option for any type of skin, especially for the more oily ones.

Pharmapele is a network of pharmacies with 30 years of experience in custom medication and cosmetic treatment. The network currently features more than 60 stores all over Brazil.

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