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Ulta Beauty kicks off annual ‘Love Your Skin’ event

BY Antoinette Alexander

BOLINGBROOK, Ill. — Ulta Beauty is helping beauty mavens ring in the New Year with resolutions designed to create healthy skin all year long.

Ulta Beauty’s Top Five 2013 Skin Resolutions, combined with its Love Your Skin events across the country, are designed to make sticking to a new skin care regimen easier than ever. Ulta Beauty’s annual Love Your Skin events take place through Jan. 19. Stores nationwide will focus on top skin care techniques by offering advice, live demos and tips from in-store experts, as well special daily offers.

Participating brands in the Love Your Skin events include Bare Minerals Skincare, Dermalogica, Philosophy, Dermadoctor, Bliss, Hydroxatone, Clinique, Exuviance, Benefit Skincare, Murad, Clarisonic, Philosophy, Stila Skincare, Mario Badescu, Peter Thomas Roth, Pur Minerals, Lancome, Strivectin, Juice Beauty and Kinerase.
 
ULTA Beauty’s Top Five 2013 Skin Resolutions for Beautiful Skin:

  1. I will always remove my makeup before bedtime;
  2. I will make exfoliation part of my skin care regimen;
  3. I will keep my hands AWAY from my face;
  4. I will banish bad skincare habits and replace them with good ones; and
  5. I will take advantage of multitasking, skin-loving makeup.
     

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Beauty licensing company Boldface closes $2M financing deal

BY Antoinette Alexander

SANTA MONICA, Calif. — Boldface Group — a celebrity beauty licensing company that focuses on entertainment and designer opportunities in the market, including the "Khroma Beauty by Kourtney, Kim and Khloe Kardashian" brand — closed on $2 million in financing, the company has announced.

"The closing of this private placement is the next major milestone for Boldface after a strong holiday season and our brand introduction to 4,500 doors. This additional capital assures a solid launch into market in the first quarter of 2013 with the core items in its ‘Khroma Beauty by Kourtney, Kim and Khloe Kardashian’ brand," stated Nicole Ostoya, CEO and president.

 

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Mustela develops new Stelatopia Lipid-Replenishing Balm

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK — Mustela, a baby care and stretch marks brand, is expanding its line of dermo-pediatrics products with the new Stelatopia Lipid-Replenishing Balm.

Specially formulated to address the needs of babies whose skin is more vulnerable, this hydrating formula promises to alleviate sensitivity, relieves itching and soothes extremely dry, irritated, eczema-prone skin.
 Eczema is one of the most common skin problems in babies and can be triggered by a variety of factors, including a hereditary predisposition, allergens or cold, dry weather. The best barrier is to keep the skin hydrated and protected.

For those already familiar with Stelatopia Moisturizing Cream, Stelatopia Lipid-Replenishing Balm is an alternative offering with a richer texture to soothe extremely dry skin for immediate relief and comfort, the company stated.
 
Stelatopia Lipid-Replenishing Balm is formulated with Mustela’s natural, patented active ingredient — sunflower oil distillate. Sunflower oil in its natural state contains significant quantities of essential fatty acids that are known to improve skin barrier function and has been used for centuries to treat skin conditions. Mustela’s sunflower oil distillate is obtained using an exclusive two-step extraction and molecular distillation process to yield an ingredient that is concentrated in tocopherols, phytosterols and essential fatty acids, while remaining free of proteins, making it extremely well-tolerated and safe for those with nut allergies, the company stated.
  


Stelatopia Lipid-Replenishing Balm has earned the National Eczema Association seal of acceptance, a stamp of approval that recognizes products proven to increase the quality of life for people with these conditions.
 


Stelatopia Lipid-Replenishing Balm is available January 2013. The suggested retail price is $22.


 

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