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Glory for Girls Skin Care Products Review

Finally! An all-natural skincare line that eliminates the glitz and glamour that can sometimes sidetrack you and focuses on beautiful products that not only smell great and feel wonderful on your skin, but that are actually good for the environment, too.

Glory for Girls skin care and beauty products are designed for today’s savvy girls — the ones who are out to better the world and want to look fresh and hip doing it. You won’t find any synthetic ingredients that can irritate your skin in these creams and lotions, nor will you be disappointed by an all-natural product that’s bland and medicinal. Glory offers you a real alternative to healthy skin care.

“Our exclusive products are 100% natural, contain no parabens, sulfates, petrochemicals or artificial colours or fragrances,” says Glory for Girls founder and CEO Brittany Clotfelter. “The formulas are biodegradable and the packaging is made of recyclable plastics.”

The result is a line of lotions, sunscreens, bodywash, lip balms and other goodies for girls between six and 14 years old. No body glitter here; just pre, yummy smelling skin care stuff.

Not only will you love all the Glory for Girls products, you’ll also love their branding. Check out the packaging to find sweet and inspiring messages like: “Your beauty shines from within,” “It’s good to be a girl,” and “Belief + trust = faith.”

Check out the Glory for Girls website at www.gloryforgirls.com. You’ll find an extensive product section (where you can shop online), plus skincare tips and tricks, ingredient lists and cool contests.


As Glory for Girls says: “Now that’s beautiful!”

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