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Stila set to launch a skin care collection

Stila Cosmetics is venturing into the skincare side of the cosmetic industry, and is set to launch a full skin care range in both the UK and US in January 2013.

The range will consist of six products including cleansers, scrubs and moisturisers. Although the company has added a little bonus, as two ‘Try Me’ sets have also been developed. We are able to trial the products before committing to the actual full sized purchase. (If only every brand would do this!)  These ‘trial sets’ will be available from October 2012.

All of the products in the range contain:

Alpine Rose Stem Cell technology:  which helps maintain skin stem cells and protect the cells against UV-stress. In doing so the active helps improve the skin by increasing skin stem cell vitality, boosting the epidermal renewal process and help improve the skins barrier function to protect and help the skin cope with environmental climate changes.

Hyaluronic acid:  A very well-known active which is used in most of the skincare products currently on the market. This active is great with hydrating and strengthening the skin’s natural moisture barrier.

And lastly essential oils to fragrance the products.

To be honest I wasn’t sure about the idea of Stila developing a skincare range, however the fact that they are using Alpine Rose Stem Cells caught my eye. I work as a cosmetic scientist and the Alpine rose stem cells is an active I was looking to include in a recent project. I think this new skincare range will come as a very pleasant surprise to most of us.

What do you all think?

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