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Yes to Carrots Debuts Fragrance-Free Collection

February 7, 2014



Sensitive skin calls for fragrance-free formulations.
Fragrance-free skin care is in demand for those with sensitive complexions, so natural personal care brand Yes To is stepping up to the plate with its own variation. Out in February 2014, these dermatologist-tested, fragrance-free products range from the Yes To Carrots towelettes ($5.99) to a daily cream facial cleanser ($7.99) packed with carrots and aloe to a facial moisturizer SPF 15, a 98% natural formula containing a mix of carrots and shea butter for rich, non-greasy nourishment and zinc oxide for natural SPF protection, according to the company. The products will be sold at stores like Target and Walgreens.

More info: www.yestocarrots.com
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