SHERMAN OAKS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Real Industry, Inc. (NASDAQ: RELY) (“Real Industry” or the “Company”) today announced that Cosmedicine, its specialty cosmetics subsidiary, has been featured in Prevention magazine’s December 2015 issue. Cosmedicine’s Medi-Matte, a perfected oil control moisturizer, was honored as one of 14 “gotta-have-it” innovative products of 2015. Medi-Matte eliminates shine resulting from skin’s natural oil production.
Craig Bouchard, Real Industry’s Chairman and CEO, stated, “Prevention magazine defines healthy lifestyle generally and sets a very high bar for skincare products. We are proud of Jaunique Sealey, the President and CEO of Cosmedicine, as she and her team have developed a multi-year pipeline of proprietary product. Cosmedicine’s Medi-Matte leads this effort.”
Cosmedicine was founded on the principle of uncovering ageless beauty by maintaining the integrity of the skin and supporting its natural healing process. The perfected formulas of the Gold Standard Collection use ingredients of the finest medical-grade quality, selected to minimize preservatives and eliminate traces of pesticides and other toxins. For more information about Cosmedicine and its products, please visit its website at www.cosmedicine.com.
About Real Industry, Inc.
Real Industry is a North America-based holding company seeking to invest its capital in large, well-managed and consistently profitable businesses concentrated primarily in the United States industrial and commercial marketplace. Real Industry has significant capital resources, and federal net operating loss tax carryforwards of more than $900 million. For more information about Real Industry, visit its corporate website at www.realindustryinc.com.
Prevention is the world’s most established healthy lifestyle brand, with a combined U.S. print and digital audience of 16 million and representation in 20 countries worldwide. For more than 65 years, it has delivered authoritative information, breaking news, and authentic lifestyle advice that inspires, challenges, and leads readers to love their whole life, from nutrition to food, medicine to mood, exercise to the environment. Each year, nearly 50 million Prevention products are sold, including books, special-interest magazines and bookazines, and DVDs. Prevention magazine and its apps are available on the iPhone and iPad and you can find Prevention on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Google+. Prevention is published 12 times a year by Rodale Inc.
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