Dermalogica’s latest launch delivers their most impressive before & after results yet

New Stabilizing Repair Cream helps put a stop to sensitive skin

Johannesburg, Gauteng (October, 2023) Globally, up to 70% of people experience sensitive skin. These numbers are rising, and treating sensitive skin isn’t always straightforward.

Sensitivity can be caused by genetics, or brought on by lifestyle and/or environmental factors. Regardless of the cause, one thing is certain – sensitive skin’s barrier is often damaged and needs a chance to recover.

Enter Dermalogica’s new Stabilizing Repair Cream, a barrier-repairing moisturizer that helps stop sensitive skin within 1 week by helping skin produce more of its own ceramides.* The cream features a proprietary ceramide-building complex that works to help strengthen the skin’s barrier while also delivering skin-nourishing lipids, helping it become more resilient and less reactive over time – whether you have sensitive skin every day, or only a few days a month.

Ultra-soothing actives calm the skin on contact, helping to break the pattern of sensitivity.

The lightweight balm-to-cream formula boasts soothing Cica and a botanical blend that relieves symptoms like itching, redness, and dryness.


Stabilizing Repair Cream comes in a 50 mL bottle . Find it at authorized Dermalogica spas, salons and skin centers starting.

About Dermalogica

Dermalogica revolutionized the skin care industry when it emerged into the marketplace in 1986 with innovative formulations, which excluded common irritants, including SD alcohol, lanolin, mineral oil and articifical colors and fragrances. Jane Wurwand developed the products to better support the advanced curriculum she had developed a few years earlier for The International Dermal Institute, which she also founded. Wurwand led the company’s growth from an idea to the world’s most-requested professional skin care brand.

Dermalogica today is sold in more than 100 countries worldwide and trains over 100,000 professionals per year around the globe. Dermalogica products are available in select skin treatment centers on the recommendation of a qualified professional skin therapist in addition to the brand’s concept spaces located around the world and online at Dermalogica is made in the USA, with its global operations based in Carson, just south of Los Angeles. To learn more about Dermalogica, please visit