Jackie Chan launches cosmetics line

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November 20, 2006 05:00

 
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Jackie Chan has launched a cosmetics line, his Web site said Monday, adding to the action star's diverse range of businesses that already include fitness clubs, restaurants, a clothing label and cookies. The Jackie Chan Organic Skin Care Line, a partnership with businesswoman Maggie Chu, launched at the beauty care product trade fair Cosmoprof Asia last Thursday, Chan's Web site said in a statement. The statement said Chan's skin care products use natural ingredients that don't pollute and are packaged with recycled materials. One photo of the new line posted on Chan's Web site showed a sign that said the products are handmade in Hungary. Another shows an assortment of yellow, white, tea-green, pink and brown creams.

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