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THE 2013 BACK TO SCHOOL BEAUTY GUIDE

09-02-13 | Posted by


Labor Day typically means the “Back to School” season, and there’s no shortage of beauty products that will make mothers and kids’ life’s equally stress-free and well, beautiful. Here are some neat back to school finds to get your season of learning off to a great start.

For the Fragrance Junkie: Bath & BodyWorks Scentportables

Sweet smelling lockers and homey and fun fragrances are what make Bath & Bodyworks Scentportables a smart choice for moms and kids. The holders ($3.00-$12.50), including the animal print peace sign, will charm even the pickiest teen. Fill a holder with one of 12 scents (from Pumpkin Cupcake to Vanilla Coconut) and get ready for a lovely aroma to upgrade any school locker room, all without a plug, battery or flame.

For the Clean Hair Junkie: Licelogic Natural Haircare

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Back to school can be fun, but that doesn’t mean it’s a bug-free situation. If your little ones are having a hard time keeping their hair clean, luckily there’s help at hand in the form of a green and eco-friendly product called LiceLogic Repel Conditioning Hair Spray. The natural, pesticide free, non-toxic spray will leave hair soft, manageable, freshly scented and lice free with each use.It is free of parabens, DEA, PEG, sulfates, SLS, artificial colors or fragrances. The available scents include Lavender, Lemongrass and Rosemary Mint.

For the Clear Skin Junkie: Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash

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Breakouts can affect anyone, not only kids, but when back to school season hits it’s no surprise that teens get stressed and fear zits from cropping up. According to dermatologist Dr. David Bank, sunscreen is truly important because the sun’s rays can cause overactive sebaceous glands so breakouts are the result. Indeed, many teenagers attribute their zits to pizza, and think that toothpaste can clear up acne. Nothing could be further from the truth! Take a page out of Neutrogena’s good track record, and stock up on the proven Oil-Free Acne Wash and relax.

(ARV $7.99)

Neutrogena MoistureShine Gloss

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Help direct your teen toward a subtle and healthy approach to lip color—at least until she is well, 35. Neutrogena MoistureShine Gloss offers a range of 14 shades that range from sheer neutrals to lightly pigmented mauves. There’s a shade for every skin tone, plus the formulation is very super conditioning and moisturizing. No need to suffer with cracked lips on that walk to school.

For the Hair Styling Junkie: Conair Salon Shine Dryer ($39.99)

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Part of the John Frieda Styling Tools collection, this dryer is light, portable, and efficient. It gives you a frizz-free shine and its smaller size is travel friendly too, in case your girl wants to schlep it to the gym, swimming class, and then some. If offers 1875 watts of power using an advanced high torque DC motor.

Donate a photo to stop bullying!

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Unfortunately with back to school territory comes the not so beautiful territory of bullying and cyberbullying. Johnson & Johnson wants you to donate a photo to help this cause: visit donateaphoto.com to find out how to download the free Donate a Photo app and register to get started, then choose a cause, snap a #SelflessSelfie (or any other subject of your choosing!) and upload your photo. Then share on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to friends and followers and encourage them to get involved, too. Donate one photo a day, every day to make a difference! One photo helps protect a child from bullying and partners like Girl Up helps a girl in Liberia go back to school. A partnership with Safe Kids ensures one photo helps a child in Mexico get to school safely.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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