Medline’s Remedy body cream targets dry, dehydrated skin

Gisselle Gaitan
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Medline’s Remedy Dermatology Series is zoning in on giving dry and dehydrated skin some moisture.

To do that, the brand is launching a new body cream that contains a blend of such botanical ingredients as safflower oleosomes, blue-green algae, green tea, clover flower and soy.

“This new body cream offers welcome relief to people who suffer from extremely dry, cracked and dehydrated skin,” board-certified dermatologist and Medline Remedy consultant, Jeanine Downie said. “Equally important, it's free of 80 of the most common allergens that contribute to rashes and skin sensitivity — so it's both gentle and effective. I also love that it goes on rich and thick but still absorbs readily into the skin with no greasy residue.”

Other ingredients found in the moisturizing cream include humectants, manuka honey, natural oil emollients, ceramides and botanical nutrition, the Chicago-based company said.

Good for sensitive skin, the lotion also aims to soothe and hydrate the skin by being free of common allergens that are possible irritants to the skin.

In addition, the product is dermatologist tested, hypoallergenic, pH balanced, free of parabens and fragrances, and is made without the use of aloe, phthalates, sulfate and petrolatum.

Consumers can find Remedy Dermatology Series Body Cream at physical and digital CVS Pharmacy stores and