This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Oil Refiner skin purifying tonic and Matte Scientist oil controlling lotion contain magnetized tourmaline to "surround and disperse dirt and debris," glucosomine to "dissolve pore-clogging dead skin cells" and sebum-dispersing phlorogine, Origins says. Available in September, the dermatologist-tested, non-comedogenic tonic and lotion will retail for $16.50 and $19.50, respectively, and will be accompanied by newspaper and radio ads
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