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AMBI® Skincare Announces Its First-Ever Model Search


NEW YORK, Feb. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- AMBI® Skincare, a trusted name in cleansers and moisturizers for skin of color, is pleased to announce the open call for entries to their first-ever AMBI® Model Search. Women ages 18 and older can register online at The Grand Prize Winner will be featured in a national print campaign, receiving a 3 day/2 night trip to New York City for a professional photo shoot plus $2,000 cash.

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"We look forward to discovering the new face of AMBI," commented Tricia Green, Senior Brand Manager at Valeant Pharmaceuticals. "We are looking for bold women who are confident, spirited and independent; someone who represents the AMBI brand and who is proud of her culture and history. Celebration is the heart of AMBI and we're seeking someone who embodies just that."

AMBI® is accepting online entries through April 15, 2014. To enter, two photos – a headshot and a full body shot – must be submitted online. Judges will select the top five finalists from the entries submitted based on appearance and how well they represent the AMBI® brand. After the finalists are selected and announced on April 25th, voting will immediately open up to the general public and will close on May 2nd. The Grand Prize Winner will be selected based on a combination of online votes and the judge's score.

Weekly product giveaways will also be hosted on the site. Official Rules must be reviewed before entering the AMBI® Model Search. For more information on AMBI® and Valeant Pharmaceuticals, please visit: and

Abbreviated Rules:
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to residents of the United States who are 18 years of age or older at time of entry. Neither Valeant Employees and their families nor Healthcare professionals and their families may not participate. Void where prohibited or limited by law or regulation. Begins at 12:00am EST on 2/15/2014 and ends at 11:59pm EST on 4/15/2014. For complete details, see Official Rules (by which all entrants are bound) at

About AMBI® Skincare:
AMBI® Skincare is one of the brands under Valeant Pharmaceuticals North America LLC. AMBI®, a trusted name in cleansers and moisturizers for skin of color, has a legacy of skin care designed to provide smooth, even-toned, flawless-looking skin. Introduced in 1966, the brand has been used by women with richer skin tones for decades and trusted to provide quality products that meet skin of color needs.  The AMBI® brand is best known for its fade creams, which help fade dark spots and skin discolorations to restore flawless, natural skin tone. The brand is part of the Valeant portfolio that also includes Kinerase, AcneFree, CeraVe and more. For more information about the AMBI® brand and to purchase products, please visit:

About Valeant Pharmaceuticals North America LLC:  
Valeant Consumer Products is a division of Valeant Pharmaceuticals North America LLC, a specialty pharmaceutical company that develops, manufactures and markets a broad range of pharmaceutical products primarily in the areas of neurology, dermatology and branded generics.  More information about Valeant Pharmaceuticals can be found at

© 2014 Valeant Pharmaceuticals North America LLC.


Suzanne Lane
The Lane Communications Group
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