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Out now: Lucire issue 49, with free shipping for UK and US launches in Australia, while new products launch for winter hair and skin


June 26, 2012/5.14

Emma Ponsonby and, which Lucire covered earlier this year, has now launched in Australia, with 100 labels represented on the site. Forty-eight of the one hundred are already shipping to Australia and Ponsonby says she expects the number to grow rapidly. The site originally launched in the UK in February, and in New Zealand in May.
   Wella’s SP range helps winter hair, says the company, which is releasing a trio of products in New Zealand for the season. The Wella SP Hydrate moisturizing shampoo provides long-lasting moisture, while the SP Repair Conditioner helps restructure hair in as little as 30 seconds. Wella’s SP Shine Define Mask contains shimmering particles to promote light reflection, and is the ideal final ingredient for winter locks. Prices begin at NZ$34.
   Johnson & Johnson has announced two new products to promote skin care and relaxation. Johnson’s Dreamy Skin cream body wash and Johnson’s Extra Rich body lotion (RRP NZ$9·99 each) aim to be part of a nightly routine during the winter. The body wash is enriched with moonflower for relaxation, allowing one to sleep one’s way to more beautiful skin; while the lotion has a hydrating formula to help reduce skin tightness and flakiness.

   Finally, Revlon has introduced its ColorStay Whipped Crème make-up, a new foundation with a time-release technology to help skin look flawless for 24 hours. We haven’t tested it yet, but Revlon says the new product blends into the skin without a caking feeling. It heads on to counters in mid-July in New Zealand, retailing for NZ$38·95.

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