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Published June 6, 2006
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Shine with Clairol’s New Shimmer Lights Hair Care



The color experts at Clairol Professional have developed Shimmer Lights color-enhancing shampoo and conditioner. The protein-enriched formulas cleanse and condition while rejuvenating all types of hair color. The Blonde and Silver formula renews and refreshes highlights, tones down brassiness in blonde hair and removes dull yellow in gray/white. The Brunette and Red formula enhances gold tones in dull and fading hair and adds radiance to brown and red hair.
 

Sugar Cosmetics Presents The Perfect Day



Sugar Cosmetics’ summer makeup collection, The Perfect Day, comes in two different sets. One includes four shimmering shades of neutral eyeshadow and the other compact holds four pastel colors. They can be mixed and matched and come in an anime-inspired tin. The neutral eye shadow shades include matte light beige, bronze shimmer, matte taupe, charcoal blue shimmer and the sparkling eyeshadow shades are pink shimmer, gold shimmer, light green shimmer and lavender shimmer. The Perfect Day eyeshadow set retails for $28.
 

Organic Soap Foamer USDA Approved



The new Lemongrass Zen foaming hand soap is the latest product in a long line of organic and natural soap breakthroughs by Vermont Soapworks, Middlebury, VT, and its Vermont SoapOrganics line. A pump of the foamer device aerates organic liquid castile soap into a frothy handful of foam. A 7oz. bottle retails for $9.98. More info: www.vermontsoap.com; 866-SOAP-4U2.
 

Cortaid Stops Itching With Poison Ivy Kit



The new Cortaid Poison Ivy Care treatment kit safely and effectively treats and removes poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac in two steps, according to the company. The scrub impedes the onset of a reaction and the spray forms a clear, flexible barrier to lock in the medicine on the skin, helping to relieve the pain and itching so that the skin can heal. The product retails for $35. More info: www.cortaid.com.



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