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New Film, Jersey Boys, Uses The Airelle's All-Natural Skin Care Line On Set
Date:9/23/2013

Calabasas, CA (PRWEB) September 23, 2013

Leading all-natural anti-aging skin care line, Airelle, was selected by top makeup artists on the set of Jersey Boys. After previously working with Airelle, makeup artist Michelle Vittone requested products for the entire makeup department on the set of Jersey Boys. "I love the Airelle product line, said Vittone. "It is so lightweight and leaves my clients' skin looking radiant and beautiful!"

The cast and crew of Jersey Boys is not the first in Hollywood to experience the skin care line. Airelle has been highly praised by many professional Hollywood makeup artists. Makeup artists frequently comment on the products' lightweight feel and how great it works as a primer under makeup. For this reason, the Airelle natural product line has been used by several different Hollywood makeup artists working on several different TV shows including Dancing with the Stars, The Voice, American Idol, Twisted, 1600 Penn, and Melissa and Joey.

About Airelle Skin:
Airelle Skin is a natural anti-aging skin care company founded by a Los Angeles Dermatology P.A. It is designed to help condition damaged and aging skin, improve wrinkles, fine lines, texture and enhance the overall appearance of the skin using natural ingredients and a unique blueberry extract. Airelle strives to deliver a revitalizing skin care experience with every use of each innovative anti-aging product. Airelle products are handmade and do not contain any harsh chemicals, sulfates, parabens, fragrances or chemical additives. To learn more about Airelle, visit http://www.airelleskin.com.

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