Good For You Girls™ Introduces New Line of All Natural Skin Care for Teens and Tweens

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Mom entrepreneurs of http://www.goodforyougirls.com to provide natural skin care remedies at The Natural Products Expo East in Boston September 23-26, 2009 (Booth # 813/815)

Good For You Girls™, http://www.goodforyougirls.com, the first premium, all natural skin care for teens and tweens ages 9-15, will launch four new products at the Natural Products Expo East in Boston September 23-26, 2009.

Created for their daughters by Mom entrepreneurs Kim Grustas and Grace Hvasta-Petrarca, Good For You Girls' tween and teen skincare products are 100% natural. Now, tweens can use natural skin care remedies to:

  • Get rid of acne without using harsh chemicals;
  • Feel good about using vegan products that are environmentally-friendly and not tested on animals;
  • Enjoy luminous skin with a simple, three-step process of cleansing, toning and moisturizing;
  • Remove impurities, balance pH, and protect skin from the elements; and
  • Have fun learning about skincare and sharing information with friends!

And in addition to the natural skin care remedies for tweens found in the Good For You Girls Complete Skin Care Kit (including gel cleanser, toner and moisturizer in four ounce sizes, retail $24.99), four new products will be available:

  • Good For You Girls Blemish Wash for Tweens - 4 oz. - Retail $14.99

Deep clean pores and fight bacteria naturally. Delicate Jojoba beads loosen excess oils and impurities while an effective blend of tropical fruit enzymes and meadowsweet extract fight bacteria. Organic calendula and chamomile extracts help sooth skin and calm redness.

  • Good For You Girls Gel Cleanser for Tweens - 4 oz. - Retail $13.99

This soap-free, gel cleanser gently washes away daily dirt and grime without stripping or irritating skin. Natural surfactants and organic extracts create a beautiful lather that effectively cleans skin of impurities while organic chamomile, antioxidant rich green tea and Vitamin E sooth and protect.

  • Good For You Girls Purifying Toner for Tweens - 4 oz. - Retail $13.99

This alcohol-free toner combines witch hazel, organic aloe vera gel and antimicrobial, meadowsweet extract to deep clean pores while soothing organic botanicals, like chamomile and calendula, help balance skin's delicate pH.

  • Good For You Girls Moisturizer for Tweens - (Bonus Size) 4 oz. - Retail $18.99

Maintain skin's healthy moisture balance without clogging pores. This lightweight facial moisturizer absorbs instantly to help protect against moisture loss. Organic extracts and aloe vera help replenish nutrients while green tea and organic, chamomile extract help protect from free radical damage and inflammation.

"Our skin care for teens and tweens does more than just protect from harmful chemicals," says Good For You Girls Co-founder Kim Grustas. "Our products make it easy for Moms to teach their daughters about healthy skincare habits that last a lifetime while having fun in the process. We hope to empower girls to make safe choices and use natural skin care remedies for beautiful skin."

For more information and a Natural Products Expo Buyer 15% discount for all show orders, please visit http://www.goodforyougirls.com.

About Good For You Girls
Good For You Girls is the first premium line of 100% natural skin care that addresses the unique skin care needs of tweens age 9 to 15. Created with only the purest, natural and organic ingredients that are effective and safe for young skin, all our products are free from parabens, petrochemicals, sulfates, phthalates, dyes and irritants. Plus, they are vegan-approved and cruelty free. We are a member of The Natural Products Association and a compact signer with The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics. To learn more about our all natural skin care for teens and tweens, please visit http://www.GoodForYouGirls.com or call 860-489-9912.

Media Contact: Karin Tobiason, Karin(at)kt-pr(dot)com, 415-332-4207

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