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New Lierac Paris eye makeup remover strengthens eyelashes

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK Lierac Paris, which is manufactured and distributed by Ales Group USA, has developed the new Diopti Demaq gentle eye makeup remover that strengthens eyelashes.

The product, priced at $24, will be available beginning in September at European skin care centers at select CVS/pharmacy and Duane Reade locations.

The active ingredients include:

  • Floral waters of rose and cornflower to purify and refresh;
  • Linden and mallow extracts to calm and soften with anti-inflammatory properties;
  • Keratin and vitamin B5 to protect lashes and boost growth; and
  • Glycerin and fucogel to hydrate.

Diopti Demaq is paraben-free and contains no added fragrances, artificial colors or phenoxyethanol. It also is alcohol-free and safe for sensitive skin and contact lens wearers.

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Proactiv gets new face: Pop star Justin Bieber

BY Antoinette Alexander

PALM DESERT, Calif. Acne-fighting system Proactiv has tapped pop star Justin Bieber to be its newest spokesperson for the brand.

The Canadian-born YouTube sensation joins a line-up of celebrity spokespeople, including music artists Katy Perry and Avril Lavigne, actresses Jenna Fischer and Jennifer Love Hewitt and singer and professional dancer-actress Julianne Hough.

As a spokesperson, Bieber will talk to teens about being proactive about acne and skin care to prevent breakouts as part of the brand’s marketing campaign. He also will raise awareness for Pencils of Promise, a nonprofit organization started less than two years ago to build schools and increase educational opportunities in less fortunate communities around the world.

Former acne sufferers and dermatologists Katie Rodan, M.D. and Kathy Fields, M.D. developed Proactiv, which is sold direct to consumers. The brand is celebrating its 15th anniversary in 2010.

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Namaste expands Organic Root Stimulator line

BY Antoinette Alexander

CHICAGO Namaste Labs, the maker of the Organic Root Stimulator brand for ethnic hair, has developed the new Organic Root Stimulator Olive Oil Girls Built-in Protection Plus No-Lye conditioning relaxer system.

According to Venetta M. Coley, VP of marketing, “the Built-in Protection Plus technology delivers step-by-step protection with the help of nature. The whole process is enhanced by naturally protective ingredients like aloe, olive oil, but most of all, our commitment to empowering moms and girls about healthy hair care.”

The new product will be available at Walgreens, Walmart, CVS, Target, Rite Aid, as well as fine beauty and barber supply stores beginning Oct. 1.

The kit retails at $7.99. There’s also olive Oil Girls hair pudding, which is similar to a gel, at $5.99 and Olive Oil Girls moisturizing styling lotion, which can be applied to hair when blow-drying, for $5.39.

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