Neutromatrix skin care is coming to urban centers across the country, a spokesperson told Business Insider.
The company, which manufactures Neutrogyna skin care and skin care products, said in a statement that it is now expanding to urban locations, “including Los Angeles, New York City, and Washington, DC.”
The company did not disclose a pricing or availability, but the company said that consumers will be able to find Neutron in urban areas at an average of $49 per month.
The spokesperson did not offer any further information about the product’s availability or price.
Neutrogene’s founder, John Wojcik, has long been known for his products, which include Botox, lip injections, and a “skin-lightening” cream.
He recently became a celebrity for the cosmetic company he founded, Neutrogenics, after launching a new line of cosmetic products.
Wojciak, who is also a former president of the American Academy of Dermatology, has made his fortune in other areas.
Neutrone is made by a company called New Zealand Biotechnology.
The company’s president, Simon Kermode, founded the New Zealand Dermatological Society in 1987, and he has been a consultant to companies that make cosmetic products for dermatology and dermatology clinics.
Woyce has been in business since 1984.
In 2011, he sold his company to a company that renamed itself Botox Industries.
Woysz is currently under contract to Neutrex, a company Woysz acquired in 2016.
The New York Times reported in June that Woyszz was being sued by Neutrox, which is currently embroiled in a legal battle with the FDA over the removal of the drug, known as Cisplatin.
Wylie and Woyce founded Neutrosa, a cosmetic company that produced Botox and other skin-lighteners.
Woycesz left Neutrogens in 2017, and Neutropigreen went private in 2019.