Nutrition Business Journal

DMV Launches Skin Care Ingredient

With acne drugs blamed for serious side effects, DMV is pursuing a kinder, gentler approach to caring for poor complexions.

Inner and outer beauty is not a new concept for the nutrition industry, but one that is still scrambling for traction. Hoping to add a glow to the complexion category, DMV International, a global ingredients supplier and a division of European dairy giant Campina BV, has launched Praventin, a bioactive protein complex derived from bovine lactoferrin and targeted to improve complexion— specifically in teenagers.

Teenage years can be intense. Pimples can make

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