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Powder Works ‘Rolls’ into Skin Care Category

March 14, 2013


New natural face exfoliator.
• Powder Works facial exfoliant ($39) is powder-based and remains a powder even after it is massaged on your face for a clean feel with no residue build up, which can cause clogged pores, according to the company. This new, all-natural facial exfoliant is formulated with a patent pending one-of-a-kindrolling action technology and housed in a shaker that makes it easy to use.

The facial exfoliant is formulated with a specialized grade ofcalcium carbonate, said to absorbexcess oil and lift only the dead skin layer that helps reduce the appearance of fine lines andwrinkles; hydrolyzed collagen; calcium magnesium carbonate; mixed tocopherols and more.

More info: www.thepowderworks.com
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