Dr. Jart ceramidin body collection, Kohl's back-to-school, Sugar Poppy lip treatment


Even the driest skin stays moisturized all day with the Ceramidin Body Collection from Dr. Jart. The collection relieves dry, irritated skin with concentrated ceramides that help the skin retain moisture. Four products contain ceramidin and other ingredients to help soothe and smooth skin. Dr. Jart, Ceramidin Body Cream ($28) is a quick absorbing cream that helps minimize the look of stretch marks and improving skin elasticity. Dr. Jart Ceramidin Body Lotion ($28) has a non-sticky texture that melts like water into skin. Dr. Jart Ceramidin Body Oil ($23) seals in moisture and strengthens skin’s outer layer. And Dr. Jart Ceramidin Mask ($6) give users the same moisturizing benefits to the face. All products in the collection are available now at Sephora stores and Sephora.com.


Get kids ready for back-to-school with the newest Kohl’s Cares collection featuring Clifford the Big Red Dog toys and books. Available from now through September, the back-to-school collection includes a Clifford backpack, four Clifford books and four soft toys of Clifford, Emily, T-Bone and Cleo. There is also the “Scrambled States of America Book” and a Crayola coloring kit. Each item costs $5 and 100 percent of profits go to children’s health initiatives around the country. Get the collection at Kohl’s stores and online at Kohls.com.


Fresh introduces a new shade of its lip treatment which helps protect and soften lips. Sugar Poppy Tinted Lip Treatment Sunscreen SPF 15 features hydrating oils and antioxidant-rich vitamins in a deep pinkish red color that is buildable for a subtle or bold look. It provides six-hour moisture and protection from UV rays. Get it now for $24 Sephora, sephora.com, Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom.

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