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Zyrtec is addressing allergy sufferers

September 27, 2013

Zyrtec is addressing how allergy sufferers look, not just how they feel. The brand has teamed up with actress Debra Messing, as well as beauty experts Rebekah George and Carmen Ordonez, to provide insightful beauty tips and tricks for combating what the brand is calling “Allergy Face.”

In a new video on the Zyrtec YouTube Channel, Messing talks with George about beauty woes like a red nose, watery eyes and puffy face that can accompany typical allergy symptoms.

In a survey, 81% of women with allergies think they can never fully cover up their “Allergy Face.” George and beauty expert Ordonez share easy beauty tips for reducing the appearance of a puffy face, distracting from watery eyes and concealing a red nose via a series of tutorial videos.

From Sept. 8-10 at the Macy’s Century City in Los Angeles, the Allergy Face Beauty Counter offered female allergy sufferers one-on-one makeup consultations with George and Ordonez. 
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