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Nude Skincare

About 2 years ago I’ve discovered Nude Skincare. I remember reading and interview with the founder Bryan Meehan and was completely fascinated. So much so I requested to interview Bryan myself and learn about his new skincare line. Mr. Meehan was actually the first ever celebrity I’ve ever interviewed over the phone for Talking Makeup, and of course, the one I will never forget.

In my interview with Bryan Meehan he told me that “Helena Christensen is in love with Nude products. She said she loves them so much she is practically eating them.” Marta’s says, I love Nude Skincare SO much that I treat it like gold, LOL. I do not want any of it to go to waste. Nude Skincare, in my opinion, is one of THE best organic and chemical free skincare lines on the market!! The products are very gentle on your skin (no burning feeling, turning red, or initiated skin). The icing on the cake, they smell divine. Nude just got it right.

Here are my favorite Nude Skincare picks.

Nude Smoothing Body Refiner, $70: Bioactive fig stimulates lipolytic activity and gently breaks down the build-up of fat cells. Mountain ash, ginger and ginkgo increase localised circulation to safely metabolise the fat cells and toxins for visibly smoother, firmer skin.

Marta says: Goes on skin smoothly, it has a faint scent of warm chocolate (I’m trying here to describe the scent), and skin is immediately hydrated.

Kiehl’s to Launch Açaí Organic Skin Care Line

Kiehl’s is going organic with the launch of its Açaí skin care collection, due in mid-September.

While many people assume Kiehl’s products are 100 percent organic, this line is the brand’s first organic skin care line, said Chris Salgardo, president of Kiehl’s USA. “Since our inception, we have always been known for our service and for creating efficacious products,” said Salgardo, noting that everyone asks for “green” products, but still demand high performance. “We heard that our customers wanted organics, that they wanted paraben-free, that they wanted natural — and they wanted to focus on the first signs of aging. We went to the lab to do all that. The result: our new Açaí line.”


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