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Herbalife Adds New Skin Care Line

February 24, 2014

Direct seller adds 10 new products.

Direct seller Herbalife has rolled out its newest skin care line, Herbalife SKIN, which is billed as a paraben-free, sulfate-free, dermatologist- and ophthalmologist-tested line of botanically-based products combine nature, nutrition and science. 

The line is comprised of 10 new products, which include a Soothing Aloe Cleanser, Polishing Citrus Cleanser, Energizing Herbal Toner, Line Minimizing Serum, Firming Eye Gel, Hydrating Eye Cream, Daily Glow Moisturizer, Replenishing Night Cream, Instant Reveal Berry Scrub and Purifying Mint Clay Mask.

Herbalife SKIN products feature an optimum blend of vitamin B3 and antioxidant vitamins C and E, and aloe eera. The majority of the line is clinically tested, and has not been tested on animals, according to the company.

A protective moisturizer SPF 30 is slated to launch in the summer of 2014, according to Herbalife. 

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