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Dior Seeks To Capture Women 30+ With Skin Care Launch

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Dior Capture Totale, rolling out to U.S. department store doors in February, represents one of the company's most significant skin care launches to date, according to Parfums Christian Dior

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