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Mariner Biomedical Announced on January 16, 2014 the Introduction of Their Latest Outdoor Skin Protection Product, Deter Exposure Defense

January 16, 2014

Mariner Biomedical introduces the newest addition to their line of outdoor skin protection products. Deter Exposure Defense provides effective protection against wind, cold, heat, sun, and low humidity.

San Jose, CA (PRWEB) January 16, 2014

Mariner Biomedical, Inc. announced they will unveil their latest product, Deter Exposure Defense, at the upcoming Outdoor Retailer Winter Market in Salt Lake City. The company’s new multifunctional product provides an effective defense against the main threats to exposed skin encountered while participating in extreme outdoor activities.

Deter Exposure Defense combats the effects of wind, cold, heat, sun and low humidity. These environmental threats can damage skin leading to dryness, irritation, inflammation, accelerated aging and potentially more serious skin conditions. Deter Exposure Defense fights environmental challenges in three ways. First, it provides an invisible cover which reduces trans-epidermal water loss and shields the skin from the damaging effects of wind and extreme temperatures. A second level of defense is provided by specific antioxidants which help neutralize damaging reactive compounds called Reactive Oxygen Species or ROS formed during environmental exposure. Third, it provides select lipids which help maintain, support and replenish the skin's protective barrier. These benefits are achieved through a combination of long lasting emollients and moisturizers including natural cocoa butter, jojoba oil, meadowfoam oil, olive squalane and coconut glycerides, combined with zinc oxide and titanium dioxide. Antioxidants include stable ester forms of vitamins C and E along with CoQ10, ferulic acid and carotenoids from Dunaliella Salina. Dunaliella Salina is a marine algae which has the ability to survive in extreme ocean environments. It does so, in part, through the protective benefits of unique carotenoids Phytoene and Phytofluene. Research has shown these carotenoids are potent antioxidants and ultra violet light absorbents. Together these special ingredients combine to help defend skin against environmental threats. Deter Exposure Defense is the ideal solution to help shield skin against potentially damaging elements encountered while outdoors.

“Deter Exposure Defense is the result of extensive research. It offers a safe and effective multifunctional defense against the most serious threats to our skin while participating in outdoor activities,” explains Brad Zaro, President and CEO of Mariner Biomedical. “Deter Exposure Defense is convenient to use, and comfortable to wear, leaving skin soft and moisturized even after a full day outdoors.”

Deter Exposure Defense has a pleasant scent and non-greasy light feel on the skin. It is packaged in a convenient 1 ounce shatter-proof airless pump which easily slips into a pocket or pack. It is safe to use on children and is environmentally friendly. Deter Exposure Defense is the best protection for all extreme outdoor activities, including skiing, snowboarding, mountain climbing, hiking, backpacking and boating. Deter Exposure Defense is a member of the growing family of Deter Outdoor Skin Protection products. For more information visit http://www.deterinsectrepellent.com.

About Mariner Biomedical

Mariner Biomedical, Inc. is a bio-pharmaceutical company dedicated to developing topical skin care therapies based on scientifically validated natural and marine products that are safe, effective and environmentally friendly. The Mariner Biomedical research laboratory and offices are located in San Jose, CA. Mariner Biomedical has a management and research team with over 50 years of pharmaceutical, biotechnology and clinical research experience.

Contact Information

Brad A. Zaro

Mariner Biomedical, Inc.

Phone: 408-281-1275

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