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Glory for Girls Rolls Out Skin Care Products

November 30, -0001

Glory for Girls, Carlsbad, CA, now offers Everyday Clarifying Lotion, Everyday Clarifying Pads and Coconut Scrub. The Everyday Clarifying Lotion combines natural AHAs to exfoliate and brighten skin, with sulfur, a powerful healing and soothing agent. Both allergy and clinically tested, this lotion can be used as a spot treatment to help reduce blemishes without drying skin. It also contains botanicals and extracts that reduce inflammation and redness. The Everyday Clarifying Pads feature a light concentration of salicylic acid to exfoliate dead skin cells and unclog pores. Conveniently packaged in pre-soaked pads, these are a quick and easy way to combat uneven skin. The Coconut Scrub, which features white jojoba beads that gently scrub away unwanted rough skin from anywhere on the body, is formulated with pomegranate, passion flower and coconut extracts.

More info: www.gloryforgirls.com
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