Fran Drescher to Launch All-Natural Skincare Collection on HSN

07/31/2009 at 10:12 AM ET

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At 51-years old, Fran Drescher’s face is practically wrinkle free. Her secret? Her new skincare line FranBrand, of course! Fran has partnered with HSN to create a nine-piece skincare collection that utilizes carcinogen-free natural technology and ingredients designed to yield younger and healthier skin. FranBrand is not only consists of all-natural products, but is packaged in glass containers and other eco-friendly recyclable materials. “We’re so 21st century doll-good for the body, good for the planet and good for the soul,” says Fran. And what’s better, a portion of the proceeds from FranBrand products will benefit Cancer Schmancer, Fran’s cancer organization that is dedicated towards diagnosis of all women’s cancer in Stage 1. Fran, who beat uterine cancer in 2000, has dedicated her life to teaching women how to live preventatively. “The FranBrand is a natural extension of my mission and my story. I’m not glad I had cancer, but now my life has a purpose.” The FranBrand consists of cleanser, toner, serum, body and facial creams, eye treatments for both day and night and lip balm. In 2010 the brand will expand to hair care, make-up, sun care and bath and body. Fran will appear on HSN– makeup free– on November 10 to sell her skincare line. Items will from $16 lip balm to $32 facial cream and be available on HSN.com. Tell us: Will you buy FranBrand?

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Melissa on

Absolutely! If the product is a good quality AND it is natural, I would definitely buy it. I don’t think people realize how many chemicals we spread all over our bodies every single day in the name of being “beautiful” and then we wonder why almost everyone seems to have cancer these days. I hope Fran’s product lives up to my expectations and I thank her for putting a natural alternative out there.

Shirley on

Yes I will try Fran’s products…we need more natural and chemical free products for our bodies. Its time to stop buying junk to save a few dollars that get spent for doctors.

Mrs J.P. on

I’d try Fran’s products, why not. She is such an inspiration.

Now only if she would do another tv show ;) love the nanny!

Patty on

I’m looking forward to trying Fran’s products. I have been a fan of HSN for the past 9 years and have tried many of the skincare products sold. I really like a couple of them, and have no doubt that I will like FranBrand too.

Pamela on

I’d love to try her products…but it seems a bit expensive. 16$ for a lip balm? If the rest is affordable, I’m going to buy this for sure!

Susan on

I would be interested in trying her line. I hope she has a “trial” sized offer, larger than blister paks which is never enough to give you a true test of the product. Nothing annoys me more than to try something for 2 or 3 days and then purchase the product and end up hating it!

Tango on

Glad she’s offering a skincare line that is all-natural. I haven’t read the ingreidents labels so I hope it IS all-natural.

I will stick with my skincare line that I already have though…costs less then Fran’s stuff and I already know it’s 100% natural.

supasista on

I am interested in the products; however, there is no information on whether or not the products or ingredients are tested on animals, or whether they contract third parties to test on animals.

For me, that would be a deal breaker and you would be surprised at the number of ‘natural’ products that are tested needlessly on animals (e.g., Aveeno).

Style, please try to put more effort into reporting on their animal testing policies and when you review products or suggest products, cover more companies that do not test the finished products, ingredients, or contract third parties to do so, on animals.

I find this is an area that is extremely lacking in the general fashion world.

Stop pumping up L’oreal and Proctor & Gamble products. These are some of the most ruthless animal testing companies out there and there are cruelty free alternatives to every cosmetic/household product test out there (note, I am not discussing medical testing in any way, shape or form).

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LBW on

Her forehead looks like botox to me. I wish her well in her new endeavor, but her products are expensive.

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