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Paris Hilton Launches First Full Skincare Line Featuring Marine-Derived Enzymes

Thursday, June 28, 2018

Paris Hilton Skincare ProD.N.A Line

Paris Hilton Skincare ProD.N.A Line

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Source : Hilton Lifestyle

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Hilton Lifestyle, LLC, a skincare manufacturer in Los Angeles, has announced the release of its first full skincare line under the Paris Hilton brand called ProD.N.A., featuring innovative enzymes sourced from marine microalgae. Manufactured and packaged in Los Angeles and made of natural ingredients from around the world, the line is based upon a proprietary formulation, trademarked GenoMatrix, that contains exclusive enzymes that help support the body's natural DNA repair process.

ProD.N.A. features four products as part of an entire skincare regimen created by Paris Hilton herself. "From a very young age, my mother taught me the importance of taking care of my skin," states Paris. "I have been obsessed with finding the best products on the market to help me look and feel young, so after years of searching I decided to create a line that can offer the absolute best results."

The products are available from the Paris Hilton Skincare online store on Friday June 29th and at select retailers both domestic and worldwide.





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