As advancements are made and a whole new class of drugs and treatments become available, the need for Lindi Skin products has only increased. “We’ve passed the point of being a company that sells something,” says Snider. “We’re positively impacting the lives of people who, more often than not, have very little reason to be optimistic.” Read full article at http://www.mainlinetoday.com/Main-Line-Today/October-2010/Women-on-the-Move/
When we hear, "alcohol" most people think of rubbing alcohol (isopropyl) or alcoholic beverages (ethanol). When employed in personal care products, it is often erroneously assumed that all alcohols are drying to the skin.