This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Exuviance "deep-cleansing" Rejuvenating Treatment Masque in a gel form contains gluconolactone and glycolic and mandelic acids to "reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles," the company said. A blend of alpha and poly hydroxy acids, protein amino acids, pro-vitamins A, C and E, vitamin B complex and botanicals "rejuvenates and restores tired, stressed skin." More than 20,000 samples of the gel will be distributed nationwide as part of a promotional effort. The masque is the newest addition to the Exuviance line, which debuted in August 1997 ("The Rose Sheet" Aug. 11, 1997, p. 3). The products is available now in department stores and through dermatologists and plastic surgeons. A 3 oz. masque is $16.50...
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