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Nourishes lips with vitamins C and E.
Lips look and feel smooth, conditioned
and youthful!



Leave-on lip mask that moisturizes for visibly
supple lips overnight. Conditions and treats lips
with antioxidant vitamin C and nourishing shea
butter. This moisturizing formula visibly improves
lip texture.



Gently buffs to smooth lips and preps for
moisturizing. Enriched with antioxidant vitamin C
and sugar crystals, this gentle scrub removes
dead skin cells, revealing lips that look smoother
and softer.

Anew Vitamin C Illuminating Body Serum

Get your daily dose with this illuminating body serum, formulated with antioxidant vitamins C and E to visibly improve skin’s texture and boost radiance. Made with soothing sunflower seed oil and panthenol (vitamin B5) to help skin retain essential moisture, and light-reflecting pigments that leave skin looking luminous all over. 6.7 fl. oz.


• Contains antioxidant vitamins C and E to visibly improve skin’s texture and boost radiance
• With soothing sunflower seed oil and panthenol (vitamin B5) to help skin retain essential moisture

• Leaves skin looking luminous all over
• No parabens, phthalates or mineral oil
• Vegan

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Anew Vitamin C Dry Body Oil

Get your daily dose with a nourishing plant-based dry body oil featuring antioxidant vitamins C and E. This lightweight, non-greasy body oil quickly melts into skin to instantly hydrate and visibly brighten skin. With soothing sunflower seed and jojoba oils to help keep skin feeling supple. 3.4 fl. oz.


• Dry body oil with vitamins C and E
• Soothing sunflower seed and jojoba oils to help keep skin feeling supple
• No parabens, phthalates, fragrances, dyes or mineral oil

• Vegan


• Vitamin C – Also known as ascorbic acid, this antioxidant helps recover the appearance of vitality in skin that’s become dull over time through the natural aging process or by external factors that can cause free radical damage. With consistent use, it can help to brighten your skin and visibly even skin tone.

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Ingredient Spotlight: Vit C

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