This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Vital Radiance Skin Renewing face washes, toners and exfoliator containing beta hydroxy acid and botanicals build the BHA skin care line, the Revlon division said. Bowing in August, the face washes come in two formulas, a lathering cream for normal-to-dry skin and a cleansing gel for normal-to-oily skin. The non-comedogenic washes with retinyl palmitate reveal the skin's "radiance without dulling residue," according to Ultima II. Also in separate formulas for the two skin types, alcohol- free skin renewing toners improve skin quality and texture, the company said. In addition, the normal-to-dry formula "binds moisture to skin," while the normal-to-oily formula "absorbs and controls oil" and "helps minimize the appearance of pores." An exfoliator for all skin types contains rounded buffing beads to give skin a "radiant, polished" look. The items are line-priced at $17.50...
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