This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Softening Body Oil, Body Renewal Care and Firming Serum Neck and Decollete added to B21 Bio-Energic line. Formulated with safflower, sweet almond and calendula oils, Softening Body Oil smoothes dry skin by "revitalizing and restructuring epidermal cell membranes." Applied after a shower, the dry oil is rapidly absorbed and will not stain clothes, the firm claims. The product also can be used to protect hair during sun exposure. Available in April, a 4.2 oz. bottle will retail for $45. Body Renewal Care "regenerates, detoxifies and protects," Orlane says. Composed of a ceramide, AHA and salicylic acid complex, Body Renewal is recommended for use two to three times per week. A 6.8 oz. bottle will be available in April for $65. Firming Serum's gel formula contains jojoba oil, elastin and marine origin to decelerate cell aging, the firm says. Available in April, a 1.7 oz. bottle will cost $75
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