This Is What Your Favorite Skin Care Products Used to Look Like

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Consider this your ultimate #TBT list for these skin care superstars.

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Avalon Organics

The entire line of these organic staples just got a full-on revamp this month. The packaging is updated and the formulas are slightly changed to increase efficacy, but, like always, everything is free of parabens and harsh sulfates and held to a very strict organic standard.

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Since it first launched in 1985, Clarins Double Serum has gone through a few changes (who knew it wasn’t always the red shade?). The latest incarnation for 2016: a lasts-forever 50 mL size.

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Dr. Dennis Gross

If you know Dr. Gross, you definitely know the line’s Alpha Beta Peel. It’s always been safe and effective to use at home, and now the outer packettes have been slightly tweaked.

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This one doesn’t fit the bill for a product, but it does show how much a retail concept can change in the course of 25 years. Founded on the premise of an open-sell, barrier-free beauty shopping experience, Origins recently unveiled a new interactive model that invites consumers to explore ingredients, essential oil blends and product information.

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One of the original products introduced to the SkinMedica line, TNS Recovery Complex is a proprietary cocktail of topical growth factors, soluble collagen, matrix proteins, antioxidants and other elements essential to diminish visible signs of aging. 

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Upping the ante to be even more eco-friendly, Jurlique recently relaunced its hand creams. Previously packaged in an aluminum tube, the best-sellers now come in plastic tubes, a move that, according to the company, saves water, reduces carbon emissions and actually prolongs the life of the product.

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