Ranella Hirsch, a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology (FAAD). "Dry skin is ผลิตภัณฑ์ บำรุง ผิว หน้า a pervasive problem that can manifest as redness, itching and uncomfortable tightness," says Dr. Hirsch. "It was such a wonderful opportunity to be able to help create a product line that specifically addresses these core concerns while delivering an exceptional user experience. I'm delighted to partner with Dove on the DermaSeries line and to have these products to recommend to my patients as a beautiful way to alleviate dry skin symptoms." The elegantly packaged Dove DermaSeries contains clinically-proven ingredients that alleviate the symptoms of dry skin conditions and deliver a beautiful sensorial experience. These ingredients include glycinate, an extremely mild cleanser that provides the gentlest cleanse with a rich, creamy lather and stearic acid, a skin-natural lipid to help replenish moisture lost during cleansing. The creams are lightweight, non-sticky and non-greasy and absorb quickly into skin for an enjoyable experience. "We are proud of the technology and innovation behind Dove DermaSeries," says Steve Miles, Global SVP at Unilever. "We believe the range offers genuinely superior skin benefits through products that both look and feel beautiful." Dove is introducing an exclusive, patent-pending breakthrough technology, PPAR Activation Complex that addresses the unique skin care needs of those with extremely dry, compromised skin. The formula found in the Dove DermaSeries creams, combines 12-Hydroxystearic Acid (12-HSA), a fatty acid that works twice as well as stearic acid, glycerin (a potent ใช้ ครีม อะไร บํา รุ ง หน้า ดี humectant) and natural emulsifiers to activate PPARs, proteins found in the skin.
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The EU referendum vote nationwide was close, with 48.1% voting Remain and 51.9% Leave. But Remain voters tended to be clustered in big cities and in Scotland and Northern Ireland, while the Leave vote was more evenly spread. This means that while a small majority of the country voted Leave, a large majority of the country's 650 parliamentary constituencies did so. The votes in June were counted by council, of which there are far fewer - about 400. This is because cities tend to have one council but several Westminster constituencies. This means in most cases we cannot say exactly how each parliamentary constituency voted. However, Chris Hanretty, an academic at the University of East Anglia, has used the results for local authorities to make detailed estimates for each constituency . These are based on other things we know about the area, such as age, education, ethnicity and income, internet and how strongly those factors correlate with a vote for Brexit in the places where we know the vote at constituency level for sure. Mr Hanretty estimates that most constituencies where Remain support was the highest did indeed vote Labour in 2015, although Glasgow North and Edinburgh North, both represented by the SNP, are exceptions. But that's not the picture in the areas that most passionately backed Leave. The Brexit vote was strongest in parts of eastern England, especially Lincolnshire, which backed the Conservatives in 2015.