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spalook.com Announces the Addition of Duchess Marden
Sharing the Many Healing and Hydrating Benefits of the Rose, Duchess Marden Is Improving Skin With Invigorating, Sensuous Elixirs
By: Marketwire .
Jan. 9, 2013 06:29 PM
GOLD RIVER, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/09/13 -- spalook.com, one of the most trusted online sources for high performance luxury skin care and beauty essentials, has added the skin care brand Duchess Marden to its assortment of premium beauty products.
Blending together natural plant-based elements that nurture and nourish both the body and mind, Duchess Marden takes skin care to new sensuous heights. Fragrant elixirs that incorporate the healing and hydrating benefits of roses, not only offer delightful textures and scents but amazing skincare results. From hydrating masques and cleansers to anti-aging serums and crèmes, Duchess Marden products are derived from natural elements without the use of petrochemicals, parabens, or chemical preservatives. All skin types can delight in the natural scents and benefits of Duchess Marden skin care without the worry of allergy-provoking ingredients, added fillers, or artificial fragrances. Ageless beauty is achieved with effective solutions that brighten and smooth, making skin supple and radiant. Discoloration fades, skin tone evens, and damaged tissue regenerates.
The hydrating cream cleanser, Duchess Marden Damascena Crème Cleanser is one of many products that provide collagen rebuilding for dry and mature skin along with a refreshing clean feeling and an aromatic experience. Duchess Marden's curative rose powers are bottled as invigorating, sensuous elixirs that offer stunningly effective anti-aging solutions.
Christina Bertolino, Senior Buying Manager at spalook.com said, "Duchess Marden's delightfully scented products offer a luxurious sensory experience -- the definition of a spa experience."
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