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Aubrey Organics has reintroduced its collection of six all-natural

October 31, 2005

Aubrey Organics has reintroduced its collection of six all-natural facial treatment masks in updated, easier-to-use, hygienic tube packaging.
The company has replaced its original plain, boxy-looking white recyclable plastic jars with a more contemporary rounded silhouette, updated graphics, different colored packaging to distinguish the treatment collections and more pumps and tubes to dispense the product, prevent contamination and better preserve the integrity of the naturally preserved botanical formulas.
The collection includes a jojoba meal and oatmeal with rosa mosqueta mask and scrub; a sea buckthorn and cucumber with ester-C moisturizing mask; a green tea and green clay rejuvenating mask; a blue-green algae with grape seed extract soothing mask; a natural herbal sea clay with goa herb oil balancing mask; and a vegecol with aloe and oatmeal soothing mask.
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