Skin Care Helps Fund AIDS Research
Choose two or three products to replace first. These should be the ones that you use the most often; usually, your body soap, hand soap, shampoo and moisturizer are the most regularly used products. After you have replaced those, move on to things you use less often, like face masks, shaving creams and hair treatments. Do some research: With your favorite old products in hand, check out the Skin Deep Cosmetics Database .
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Along with the charity ride, the company has also introduced the Limited Edition Ultimate Strength Hand Salve, and all net proceeds from its sale, up to $25,000, will benefit amfAR. Formulated for the driest, most active hands, this heavy-duty treatment is a thick, rich formula offering all-day care and protection. The Limited Edition product is in a jumbo-sized tube that contains a blend of botanical oils and natural wax derived from olives that soothes, moisturizes and conditions skin and lets it actually draw and absorb water from the air, for a glovelike protective barrier against moisture loss. This helps protect against and repair the appearance of severe dryness caused by heavy industrial work, manual labor, neglect, or exposure to harsh elements. Its available at the companys freestanding stores, http://www.Kiehls.com/LifeRide , (800) KIEHLS-2 and select retailers.
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