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Christie Brinkley Launching Vegan Skin Care Line

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Model and longtime vegetarian Christie Brinkley is launching a new line of cruelty-free, vegan skin care products. She worked with a former L’Oreal executive and other beauty industry insiders to create Christie Brinkley Skin Care, which is set to launch this summer.

Crediting her skin care regimen for her youthful glow, Brinkley writes on her site, “This is not just another celebrity endorsed skin care line. I founded the company and have taken great time and care to bring together the beauty secrets that I personally believe have helped me maintain my youthful appearance throughout the decades.”

Brinkley’s products aim to help those of us not blessed with supermodel DNA stay smooth-skinned. Her line will offer a daytime regime to awaken skin and nighttime products to repair damage and fight wrinkles. 

She writes, “I enlisted a world class team, including former executives from some of the most successful beauty companies in the world. Together we have been able to bring my vision to life and develop anti-aging products that really work. I am happy to say that they are 100% Natural, Vegan and Cruelty free. I hope you choose to give them a try and see why I am very proud to have my name on these products.”

For those interested in trying out Christie’s skin care secrets, click on over to her website, where you can sign up for free samples.

Via China Daily.

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  • Charking

    I am impressed by the skin care line by Christie Brinkley and I have always admired her work and especially I am happy she chose not to use cruel tests on animals for her products. What I am NOT happy about is she is sharing this new “discovery ” for the public to help us ladies keep our youthful appearence and her trial offer for the cost of shipping I believe it was $1.99… and thats great but then it comes down to the real cost 2 payments of $79.00 each and then if you want to keep using the product, and who wouldn’t with the results I have read and seen… but we ladies over 65 years of age, most of us are on a fixed budget living on Social Security and many are single mom’s, grandmothers etc. Christie, I know I can’t and I am sure many of the ladies at my age or older who really may need your product, we can’t afford $80.00 every other month for skin care, not with the economy the way it is now. I wish you well in your new endeavor but I wish you would keep in mind we would like your product too, but we can’t afford it and as a Baby Boomer, there are more and more of us who could greatly benefit from your new product line. To us, $80.00 is almost a weeks worth of groceries.

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