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Skin-Care Art Films: Weird or Wonderful?

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If, as Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, the creation of beauty is art, then skin care has common ground with cinematic films. At least, that's theme behind a few art film clips meant to promote beauty products.

While some see them as beautiful, others may find them, well, strange. Click on the links below to see what you think...

* Skin care line Ren teamed up with director Vince Squib to create "Love Clean Skin."

* Aesop, an Australian skin care brand, commissioned artist Lucy McRae for a futuristic commentary on beauty.

What's your opinion? Do these films make you want to try out the products? Are they wonderful—or just plain weird?

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