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Paraben- and Sulfate-free Face Masks

November 30, -0001

Sonya Dakar Skin Care has reformulated five of its face masks to be paraben-free and sulfate-free. “Our decision to re-formulate our facial masks is the next step in making the entire Sonya Dakar Skin Care Collection paraben-free and sulfate-free,” said Nate Dakar, president of Mindys Cosmetics, which owns the brand. In addition to the products’ revamped formulas, all of the masks have been repackaged with a softer, more sophisticated design that reflects their “green” message.

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