Green tea, licorice root, chamomile -- the list of unlikely additives finding their way into facial moisturizers and cleansers is getting longer and longer, as companies look to trade on the fast-growing popularity of herbs and other edible natural substances as curatives. But despite all the attention these new products are attracting, and, overall, very healthy growth in the facial skin care category, supermarket health and beauty care buyers are skeptical. Finding the shelf space for ...

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