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Skin-Eez Skincarewear Continues Making Moves In Cosmetotextiles Niche

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Pricing challenges, questions about efficacy and regulatory risks have hampered growth of cosmetotextiles, or clothing and home goods featuring fabrics infused with cosmetic ingredients. Skin-Eez Skincarewear continues working to build consumer awareness and seize upon growth opportunities, launching its namesake line in Target stores this month.

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