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See Jane Go Organic with Be Pure Aguaceuticals

December 8, 2008

Hitting shelves this month is new Jane Be Pure Aguaceuticals, a natural collection of face makeup with
hydrating ingredients. The line includes natural hydrating products made with active naturals and certified organics including white and green tea, organic aloe, and a lemon balm and comfrey complex which hydrates and moisturizes to reduce the appearance of fine lines on skin. In addition, 90% of the packaging is 100% recyclable or made with post-consumer recycled materials, including compacts made from recyclable paperboard and the tubes, jars and cases molded with 50% post-recycled materials.

The Aguaceuticals line includes Sheer Tinted Moisturizers, AguaGlow Bronzers, AguaMousse Eye Shadows, Cooling EyeStix, Agua BlushStix, Agua Lipstix and Natural Mascara with Olive Oil and vitamin enhancements including Pro-Vitamin B. Retail prices range from $5-8.

More info: www.janecosmetics.com
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