Luceon Skin Beauty is a line of skin-care products aimed at enhancing skin’s appearance by delivering powerful antioxidants, anti-aging and moisture-enhancing ingredients, such as salicylic acid, as well as vitamin C and vitamin E. The products range in price from around $5 to $60, but they are available in two sizes: one that is a compact (about the size of a credit card) and one that’s a long-lasting one, which is also sold in a compact.
The first line of Luceos Skin Beauty was launched in 2017, and it includes a range of products including sun cream, moisturiser, mask, lotion and foundation, as reported by Reuters.
The line contains about 2,000 products and is available in China, Taiwan, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand and Indonesia.
Luceons products are designed to improve skin texture, improve skin elasticity and soften the skin, according to the company.
According to a blog post, Luceonyas Skin Beauty range consists of the following products: Sun cream, toner, serum, concealer, foundation, lip balm, lotions, oil and oil cleanser.
There are a variety of skin care products that are made using skin-loving ingredients and have a unique, organic formula.
They are available at various retailers and online.
The company said it is the only company in the world with the skin-perfecting properties of the salicyric acid, which helps to increase the skin’s elasticity, moisture and softness.
Luceon said it uses the best quality ingredients to produce all its skin-beauty products.
The company says its products are formulated with natural ingredients, and there are no synthetic preservatives or artificial fragrances.
The company did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Skin Care for Sale: Lucy-based beauty brand Luceona has an online store, but its website has been taken down after a court ruling ordered the site to be taken down.
Lucy said the decision to shut down the site was based on concerns that it was violating copyright law and was likely to encourage counterfeiters.
“This is a legal action by the European Commission to protect the intellectual property rights of our customers,” Lucy-based CEO Emanuele Cini told Reuters.
Cini added that the company has not received any complaints from customers.
In 2018, Lucy also sued the U.S. Department of Justice for allegedly illegally copying and distributing its products.
Luceona is also the subject of a case in the U