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Luxury Skin Care Is Finally Coming to Kohl's!

"Who Says the Only People Who Deserve Flawless, Youthful-Looking Skin Are the Rich and Famous?" says Bremenn Research Labs®

NEW YORK, Feb. 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Serious dark circles? Upper eyelid droop? Dark spots? Wrinkles? Saggy skin? Starting on March 4, you no longer have to visit high-priced retailers like Sephora, Bloomingdale's, Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, etc. to avail yourself of prestige skin care. After years of being on display at some of the most expensive retail counters in the world, Bremenn Research Labs® has been lured into the mass market by the retail giant Kohl's. And a big crowd is expected at the launch on March 4, so get to your local Kohl's early!

"Let's face it," said Chantelle Daines, Bremenn spokesperson, "Kohl's is one of the largest retailers in the world. On any given day more people will see our brand at Kohl's than they would in all the prestige retailers combined. And because of the increase in production we are now able to dramatically reduce our costs and pass the savings on to the consumer."

Bremenn Research Labs has always been about solving specific problems in specific areas of the body, rather than just creating yet another "wrinkle cream." Bremenn's first big hit was with Hylexin®, the "Serious Dark Circles" cream developed specifically to reduce the appearance of serious under eye circles and puffiness under the eye. Bremenn followed with specific, targeted solutions for hyperpigmentation (age spots) on the hands and face, droopy upper eyelids, wrinkled foreheads, facial spider veins, and now there's even "The Emergency Zit Stick®" for that totally unexpected "zit from hell" that pops up at the last minute.

Bremenn has long been recognized as an innovative leader in the skin-care industry and was one of the first to bring a "multi-tasking" skin cream to market with its Miracle Cream [for the face]. "Our customers really do consider it to be a 'miracle' cream," says Ms. Daines, "because it's… take a deep breath now… a wrinkle cream, firming cream, smoothing cream, toning cream, moisturizing cream, anti-aging cream, neck cream, eye cream, day cream and night cream. It's simply the absolute best, all-in-one skin cream you have ever tried or your money back… Period!"

And while some of Bremenn's clientele are upset that their luxury, skin-care "secret weapon" will soon be available at Kohl's, most of Bremenn's customers couldn't be more thrilled. "We're extremely excited to be able to make our prestige skin-care line available not just to the super wealthy, but to everyone who wants to pamper their skin at a more affordable price," Ms. Daines says. "If you've got a skincare problem, Bremenn has the answer!"

Finally, luxury skin care at an affordable price, all thanks to Kohl's. See you at the cosmetic counter on March 4!

PS: You can also order directly from Bremenn by calling 1-800-899-1536 or visiting www.BremennLabs.com. Use promo code LUXURY2 and get free shipping.1

[1] Free standard shipping in the continental U.S. only.
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SOURCE Bremenn Research Labs

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