Mary Kay presents new research on air pollution at SID Annual Meeting

Mary Kay presents new research on air pollution at SID Annual Meeting

THE WHAT? Mary Kay unveiled new research on an antioxidant complex found to reduce the harmful effects of rural pollution and UV radiation at the recent 2022 Society for Investigative Dermatology Annual Meeting.

THE DETAILS Together with the NYU Grossman Medical School of Environmental Medicine, the breakthrough research indicates that Mary Kay’s topically applied novel antioxidant complex may reduce cellular damage due to stressors from both urban and rural environments. The direct sales firm was also sponsor of the event.

THE WHY? The sponsorship and research revealed at SID part of the MLM firm’s efforts to reinforce its long-standing commitment to advancing skin health research and development. Lucy Gildea, Mary Kay’s Chief Innovation Officer, Product and Science, revealed, “Our Research & Development team is always hard at work to develop the next skin care breakthrough or scientific discovery. By partnering with NYU Grossman and other scientific and academic teams around the world, we ensure our company—and our products—are in the forefront of skincare innovation and health.”

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