Manny Barbas and James Hachem co-owners of the skincare brand, Alya Skin, are keen to build on the positive reaction with the launch of the product into Priceline stores.
“Being in Priceline was one of our main priorities since launching Alya Skin. We are very excited about developing our relationship with Priceline and having Alya stocked in 420 + stores. It is a fantastic opportunity to grow the Alya brand with such a reputable beauty destination in Australia,” Barbas told Inside FMCG.
The pink clay mask gently detoxifies and brightens the skin while tightening the pores. It’s 100 per cent vegan, animal cruelty free and supported by the animal advocacy group, PETA. The skincare product suits sensitive skin types and helps strengthen, detoxify and cleanse skin.
The Kaolin clay removes toxins and pollutants and also gets rid of pigmentation on the skin’s surface. It detoxes by reducing skin inflammation and assists in the removal of eczema and acne. It also contains antioxidants and tightens the pores.
The Alya Skin Pink Clay Mask retails for A$49.99 at Priceline.