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Share The Love
Cancer survivor Ranee Palone Flynn’s aim in creating Love Life Skin cream was to provide chemo patients with a means to quell the therapy’s harsh impact on skin. But patients so adored the potion—a blend of antioxidants (resveratrol and white tea), anti-inflammatories (licorice root and japonica), and powerful moisturizers (murumuru seed butter and hyaluronic acid)—that they recommended it to friends not undergoing treatment, inspiring Flynn to debut a full-fledged beauty line. The hand cream, face moisturizer, serum, and eye cream will soon be joined by a cleanser, night cream, and sunscreen (lovelifeskincare.com; $65 to $150).