BEAUTY CARE

First Aid Beauty line to be sold at Sephora

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK Skin care brand First Aid Beauty has partnered with Sephora to launch exclusively in Sephora stores in January its new solution-driven line of skin care products dubbed First Aid Beauty.

According to the beauty company, the FAB collection creates a new category in the prestige marketplace and “ups the ante on drug store brands aimed at problem skin by delivering innovative daily solutions and treatments, scientifically advanced and dermatologist-recommended formulations, luxurious product textures and contemporary, identifiable packaging.”

The six-SKU collection addresses such chronic conditions as severe dryness, eczema, facial redness acne and dark circles.

The products, packed in apothecary-chic packaging, will be priced between $14 and $34.

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Clean & Clear keeps faces fresh with new in-shower facial

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK Clean & Clear, a brand by Johnson & Johnson Consumer Products Co., recently introduced its new Clean & Clear Morning Burst In-Shower Facial.

The citrus-scented treatment is to be applied to skin while steam from the shower allows the ingredients to clean deep down to the pores and lift away dirt, oil and impurities. The treatment is left on for one minute and then gently massaged to smooth away dead surface skin.

Ingredients include glycolic acid to promote cell turnover, micro-beads to help exfoliate dead surface skin, clay to draw out dirt and oil from pores and a combination of moisturizers to hydrate skin.

The product, available beginning in August, is priced between $5.49 and $6.49.

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Avene launches new purifying lotion

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK Avene skin care brand recently launched its new Cleanance Anti-Shine purifying lotion, which promises to regulate sebum levels and absorb excess oil to clear skin while minimizing pores.

In keeping with the brand’s heritage, the product features Avene Thermal Spring Water to soothe and soften skin. Ingredients also include salicylic acid, zinc gluconate to decrease inflammation, cucurbita pepo extract to regulate sebum secretion and alcohol (10%).

The product launched in September and has a retail price of $18.

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