Skin Care from Boscia

by Katie Skrzek

Jan 31, 2019

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Products / Beauty

Boscia offers customers preservative-free skin care products. Founded in 2002, the company uses botanical ingredients to deliver results.

 

Using advanced technology, products are designed free of preservatives, perfect for anyone with sensitive skin. Products are noncomedogenic, gluten-free and not tested on animals. Boscia utilizes plant-based ingredients in its products, including rose water, licorice root, green tea and rosemary leaf.

 

Shop by skin concern including acne, aging, dry skin, dark circles and sun protection. Boscia offers cleansers, exfoliators, masks, toners, moisturizers, eye care, serums, oils and blotting linens. Travel sizes and special kits are available. Best sellers include the luminizing black charcoal mask, rosewater mist with witch hazel, exfoliating peel gel, clear complexion cleanser and cool cleansing oil.

 

Sign up for the newsletter and receive 10 percent off your first purchase. Shipping is free on all orders more than $50. Boscia is available at select retailers including Sephora, Macy’s and Ulta. Check the website for the store nearest you.

 

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