SOURCE: Beauty Research

Beauty Research

August 05, 2011 12:34 ET

Beauty Research Reviews Boscia Skin Care

NEWPORT BEACH, CA--(Marketwire - Aug 5, 2011) - Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, recently reviewed skin care products from Boscia, a brand originally from Japan that has focused on providing beauty products that do not contain preservatives. Boscia prides itself on delivering effective yet gentle skin care that combines nature and technology to improve the condition of the skin.

"According to many reviews read, researched and experimented by both of us here at Beauty as well as our following, we have found that one of the most sought after skin care lines for those with all types of skin (including sensitive and problematic) is a clinically-proven brand which uses a holistic and natural-type products approach along with cutting edge technology founded in Japan."

See the full blog posting of Boscia Review at

Boscia Review: Beauty Research Reviews Top 5 Boscia Products

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Beauty Research is a beauty blogging web site started by two experienced skin care enthusiasts wishing to share tips and suggestions. The Boscia article as well as a Boscia Forum can be found at