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    Kidskin - Gentle Skin Cleanser Anti-Inflammatory Frothy Skin Cleanser for Kids Preteens with Sensitive Dry Oily Skin Hydrating for All Skin Types, Eczema Rosacea, No Parabens Sulfates Fragrance Gluten
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    Dermya Inc.

    List Price: $16.99
    Price: $16.99

    • HYDRATING AND HEALING FOR SENSITIVE, DRY, OILY, ITCHY SKIN: This mild, frothy cleanser foams when adding water, offering the perfect balance of hydration and lightweight consistency. It is formulated for children, tweens, and teens of all skin types.
    • SKINCARE FOR KIDS AND PRE-TEENS: Kidskin was created by Jordan and her parents to help with her acne when she was 6. There were no products safe enough so Jordan's dad and a team of chemists and dermatologists formulated this effective acne kit line.
    • PARABEN, SULFATE, FRAGRANCE AND GLUTEN FREE: We're striving every day to help parents by offering high quality, safe, and effective skincare products for their kids. All of our products are paraben-free, fragrance-free, sulfate-free and cruelty-free.
    • HELPS WITH SYMPTOMS OF ROSACEA, ECZEMA, IRRITATED & DRY SKIN: This skin cleanser targets the healing of sensitive, irritated and compromised skin conditions. Antioxidants and peptides provide anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and curative benefits.
    • DERMATOLOGIST AND PEDIATRICIAN RECOMMENDED: Made with care in the USA, the Kidskin Gentle Skin Cleanser is recommended by dermatologists and pediatricians. We are so proud to be able to share our products with other kids of Jordan's age!

    Z-Blast Acne and Oily Skin Serum for Kids and Pre Teens Best Skincare for Kids
    Health and Beauty (Dermya Inc.)

    Dermya Inc.

    List Price: $9.99
    Price: $9.99

    • Oil Blasting and Clarifying Serum with 2% Salicylic Acid
    • Acne and Blemishes
    • Non-Drying • Dermatologist and Pediatrician Recommended
    • Paraben, Sulfate and Fragrance Free! Made with care in USA
    • For Kids, Pre Teens and Teens ages 9-17

Face facts: It's never too soon to start caring for skin

Face facts: It's never too soon to start caring for skin Encouraging tween or teenagers to take a simple skincare routine and follow it faithfully is one of the most lasting lessons you can out of date on. Along with givens such as good hygiene, a healthy diet and realistic self-acceptance, examine skincare will

Our 10-Year-Old Beauty Correspondent Interviews the 12-Year-Old Founder of ...

Yes, I'm talking about the unbearable tweens. The tweens are a tough time in a girl's life–you With some help from her mom she launched a string of age-appropriate skin care for girls, called–fittingly–Willa last spring. The 17-dressing-down line isn't makeup

Lia Skincare Debuts All-Natural Collection That Helps Tweens Radiate Confidence

San Fransisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/16/2012 -- Scrutiny has proven that one of the secrets to helping young women have confidence starts with them being likeable with how they look and feel. This month, Lia Skincare has launched a progressive new

Skin cancer prevention via text message

With $230,000 in offer money from the National Library of Medicine, the UA Cancer Center's Skin Cancer Institute has created a program that's sending a guild of local tweens and teens texts like: "Remember the 'Cover Rule.' When your shadow is shorter

When beauty brands undergo makeovers themselves

Careline used to be one of those local drugstore brands we ignored. While it tried getting the message across through its Arial-like font—it’s basic makeup for tweens who want to try cosmetics—the packaging never stood out from its competition.

Just months ago, the brand debuted a new logo: an italicized, simple yet bold font reminiscent of Scout Magazine’s subtext on its cover. Only this time, it’s slimmer and functions more than a blurb.

The rebranded Careline now clearly caters to a younger demographic comfortable with metallic liquid lipsticks. “Better than Basic” is its new mantra—and perhaps, an inside joke poking at its all too basic past.

Previously represented by a curly script, the Korean brand Banila Co. also dressed itself up in a simpler and thicker font to signal its change in image.

Like a K-pop star due for a comeback, the brand released teasers in pastels that seemed to be inspired by Glossier’s millennial pink palette. New fresh-faced models joined SNSD’s Taeyeon, and the new tagline “Skincare for Makeup” worked like a title track that lured fans and appealed to an untapped market.

Name for my characters in my story?

Girl #1
-Personality: Confident, brave, but at the same time nurturing and stylish
-Appearance: Silky chocolate brown hair, brown eyes, a bit shorter than other girls
-Additional details: She lives in Malibu, CA with her father who

1. Emma

2. Annie/ Anna

3. Georgie

good luck! hope i helped!

Girl 1 Melody :)

Girl 2: I'd say.. Maybe Jillian

And girl 3: Allison :)

I hope this helped you :) The names that came to my head :)

girl 1 pixie

girl 2 silvia

girl 3 hazel