Harnessing the power of nature, Mary Kay launches its first natural-certified skincare range dubbed Naturally.
The range is currently composed of cleanser, exfoliating powder, oil, and moisturizing stick. Made of at least 90 percent naturally derived ingredients, the first four products under the skincare line are certified organic by European organic certification body, EcoCert.
“This first-ever natural-certified skincare offering from Mary Kay also introduces new product forms which will elevate each user’s pampering experience,” says Criscy Camacho, marketing and customer service director of Mary Kay Philippines.
Naturally Purifying Cleanser features a moisturizing combination of cornflower floral water, sweet almond oil, glycerin, and vitamin E.
Made to enhance the first step cleansing, Naturally Exfoliating Powder absorbs excess oil, encourages skin cell turnover, and soothes skin with rice starch, hydrogenate castor oil, citric acid, and baking soda.
To use the dry powder, add water or 2-3 drops of Naturally Nourishing Oil which is made with sweet almond oil, sesame oil, olive squalane, and vitamin E that work together to hydrate and nourish skin. The oil can be used on its own and applied on the face and other areas such as elbows and hair and nail cuticles.
Finally, Naturally Moisturizing Stick packs the moisturizing properties of candelilla wax, beeswax, and squalane along with antioxidants sunflower seed wax and sunflower seed oil in a balm formula that can be used to treat dry patches on the skin—from face to heels.
Go to www.marykay.com or contact [email protected] or 0917-866-0494 to get these products.
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