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Executives at Baxter of California realize men’s skin tends to be

December 9, 2005

Executives at Baxter of California realize men’s skin tends to be thicker and oilier than women’s skin. That’s the reason they launched Oil Free moisturizer, a lightweight, fragrance-free moisturizer that replenishes skin’s natural moisture. Plant-based hydration technology quickly absorbs to restore the skin’s moisture barrier as antioxidants, vitamins A, D and E and herbal extracts of green tea, aloe and chamomile defend against cell damage and free radicals. It is available at select salons and spas.
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