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Supermodel Goes Raw

November 30, -0001

Carol Alt Raw Essentials is a new line of skin care products that feature raw ingredients that the former supermodel contends are better for the complexion because they allow the skin to absorb all of the antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids. Ms. Alt has been on a raw diet for years, and insists these new skin care and body and bath treatments can do for the skin what her diet has done for her health and well-being. All of the products are “Certified Raw,” which means that the active ingredients are manufactured according to strict standards that include no synthetic chemicals, genetically modified organisms and irradiation; no use of parabens or any other synthetic preservatives; and avoidance of heating active ingredients over 115°F. The low-temperature helps ensure the products retain the nature of the key ingredients. The range includes Raw-Activate-Daily Revitalizing Facial Moisturizer, Raw-Covery Facial Revive Wash, Raw-Surection RAW-Body Wash and Raw-Juvenate Eye Recoup.
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