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Sail Away with Red Flowers Isla Das Rocas Salt Scrubs

November 23, 2010

Sail Away with Red Flower’s Isla Das Rocas Salt Scrubs

Sail Away with Red Flower’s Isla Das Rocas Salt Scrubs

Surrender to the natural benefits of the ocean with Red Flower’s Isla Das Rocas Sea Salt Scrubs ($36). Harvested in the islands off Brazil’s south Atlantic coast, the salt scrubs are blended with certified organic oil, healing aloe vera, vitamin rich algae, botanical extracts and essential oils, according to the company.
More info: www.redflower.com




A Winter’s Tale From Essie

Chase winter’s chill away with a shot of smoldering color and a hint of mystery from Essie. The nail color company’s latest collection, A Winter’s Tale ($8/each), features everything from a stone gray to a deep emerald green color.
More info: www.essie.com




White Sands Creates Mini Styling Spray
Bring the luxury of Hollywood hair home with White Sands Liquid Texture Medium Hold Styling Spray in a new “mini” 4oz size ($10). Tresses are left vibrant, voluminous, frizz free and enhanced with incredible shine for wet or dry styles.
More info: www.whitesandsproducts.com



Unscented Hand & Nail Cream from H2O Plus
H2O Plus has rolled out Spa Unscented Hand and Nail Cream ($15) featuring a lightweight, non-greasy formula. Mineral-rich marine extracts combine with silk proteins to smooth, protect and soften dry skin. Additional ingredients include panthenol and vitamin E, according to the company.
More info: www.h2oplus.com


Mission Crafts Muscle Rub

Mission has rolled out a Maximum Strength Muscle Rub, billed as a fast-acting, deep-penetrating, long-lasting pain relief product. Featuring a vanishing scent, the triple-strength formula is enriched with arnica extract and 10 vitamins and antioxidants. Paraben andpreservative free, it comes in a roll-on applicator, according to the company.
More info: www.missionskincare.com



Crème of Nature Adds Relaxer with Argan Oil
Crème of Nature with Argan Oil No-Lye Relaxer has been added to the brand's line of argan oil hair care products. Available at mass retailers and beauty supply stores in the U.S., the relaxer system is infused with certified organic argan oil from Morocco. Packaged in new, Moroccan-themed kits, the relaxer is available in regular and super strengths, according to Colomer USA.
More info: www.cremeofnature.com




Holding Spray From Design Essentials

Design Essentials Salon System, part of McBride Research Laboratory, has added Form Professional Holding Spray, a new volumizing spray. Ingredients include hydrolyzed wheat protein and Silsoft HWP to moisturize and strengthen hair and add sheen. It features a low water system that won’t leave hair feeling wet and aids in humidity resistance, according to the company.
More info: www.designessentials.com






Lauder’s Sumptuous Extreme Mascara

New this month at Estée Lauder counters is Sumptuous Extreme Mascara ($23.50), which plumps lashes with a special blend of threelash-building fibers.
More info: www.esteelauder.com
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