Pamper Your Tween With JOON Skincare Products

01/21/2011 at 01:00 PM ET
Courtesy Joon

When your tween starts dipping into your stash of luxe beauty products, it’s time to get her some of her own.

After reclaiming your goods, stock up on JOON, a fab new skincare collection for young girls.

She’ll love the buttery soft Sunshine Sparkle Body Cream ($9) and cool Body Mist ($8), both of which come in yummy scents like Vanilla Floral and Apricot Mint.

She can even wash up with the fresh-smelling Happy Face Wash ($6) before bedtime.

Best of all? Each product is made of all-natural, gentle ingredients.

Hey, maybe you’ll start borrowing from her!

— Anya Leon

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Mina on

Why does a tween need skin care products? All that lotion and cream is going to do is clog pores. Then she and her mom will wonder why she has acne and start shoving liver damaging pills down the poor girls throat to clear it up, cuz that is the kind of world we live in…where a little girl cant even be natural anymore.

Jennifer on

Well kids have to wash their faces with something sometimes. My son is almost 7 and washes in the tub with a mild soap. If this is just a mild soap it should not cause anyone any problems. Most if not all acne in teenagers is caused by hormones and genetics. The packaging is super cute and would make a great gift.

mrscabrera on

Tweens may need skin care products depending on when they hit puberty. There were plenty of girls I went to junior high school who were the victims of “BO”, because their parents didn’t think they were old enough for deodorant. Tweens are changing at an earlier age and some specialized products wouldn’t hurt to make them feel better as well as have something for their own. Regular soap helps I’m sure because that’s what I used, but this is a better alternative to those fancy smelling products from the body shops that grown ups get but are too strong for them. This states it’s all natural so I would have no problem giving it to my child.

steph on

technically acne isn’t a blockage of pores on the surface of the skin caused by use of products/dirt etc but actually cysts under the skin. What you are referring to are pimples and I doubt cleansing products with alcohol etc block pores. Its just face wash in a pretty package, if you dont like it dont buy it…