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  • Beauty fans turn to body products for self-care
  • Beauty fans turn to body products for self-care
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Beauty fans turn to body products for self-care

Unable to indulge in the in-person luxuries they enjoyed pre-pandemic, people are looking for new beauty rituals. And as self-care becomes a mantra during COVID-19, brands are diversifying their ranges, offering people body care alongside traditional face-focused skincare products.

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