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AAD Annual Meeting In Brief

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Clinique: Clinique Cx skin care range will expand with launch of Soothing Cleanser and Stretch Mark Cream, Estee Lauder division announces during American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting Feb. 18-22 in New Orleans, La. Cleanser ($35) is formulated with olive and safflower oil to help break down makeup and impurities, while sea whip extract soothes skin and glycerin hydrates, according to the firm. Stretch Mark Cream ($95) contains a peptide complex to enhance collagen production, vitamin C to repair skin and anti-irritants to soothe, company claims. Cleanser and Stretch Mark Cream will debut in March and June, respectively, in select distribution, including Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom, firm says. Premium-priced skin care line, which is positioned to draw on Clinique's dermatological heritage, was unveiled at the AAD meeting last year (1"The Rose Sheet" Feb. 16, 2004, p. 3). Clinique is supporting the line with sampling, in-store promotional materials and brochures...

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