Health | Tuesday, 04 November 2008

Dermastir announces end datediscount of 50%

Dermastir skincare promotion by ALTA CARE Laboratoires will end on the 15th November in pharmacies in Malta. All Dermastir skincare products have been selling for the past 6 months with a 50% discounted price in all pharmacies. This success has led Dermastir to be in a short time a leading skincare product in pharmacies. The Dermastir skincare is a luxury skincare line because all the ingredients remain active because they are presented in airless packaging. Prices have been reduced to give people the opportunity to try this range at the same price of a skincare product that is not airless. Dermastir skincare ampoules also forms part of the Dermastir range and it is made up of more than 30 different types of ampoules.
As from the 15th of November the prices of Dermastir will be in line with the prices of all the European countries where Dermastir sells in. These prices are also similar to the Dermastir prices found in Russia, Tokyo and USA. If any client has a difficulty one can always consult and check out the latest prices of Dermastir on the website
This will be the price list after the 15th November 2008
Dermastir Caviar Day Cream 50ml (88 Euros), Dermastir Caviar Night Cream 50ml (88 Euros), Dermastir Caviar Eye Contour 35ml (58 Euros), Dermastir Caviar mask 50ml (78 Euros), Dermastir peel off masks 120g (29 euros) Dermastir airless serums 10ml*2 (48 Euros) Dermastir skincare ampoules 10*3ml (88 Euros)
In order to benefit from this Dermastir promotion of a 50% discount on the price you are still in time to rush to the pharmacy of your choice and get stocked up for Christmas and also maybe for the beginning of 2009. Prices in pharmacies will be increased only after the 15th November. Look out also on the media in Christmas for information when the exclusive Dermastir LuxurySpa will be launched in Malta with aesthetic treatments using not only Dermastir serums but also Dermastir aesthetic machinery.


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04 November 2008

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