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In Brief: PCPC Seeks Member Solidarity; Goop Skin Care; Nu Skin Update; More

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop brand launches its first product line, a six-piece luxury skin-care collection featuring certified organic ingredients, developed in collaboration with Juice Beauty. Meanwhile, Nu Skin settles a shareholder class action concerning its China business, KleanColor recalls some dirty mascara and PCPC's chair urges members to unite with "one voice" in legislative reform efforts.

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