By  on February 21, 2018

Twenty-two years after starting The Art of Shaving with husband Eric Malka — and nearly a decade after Procter & Gamble Co. acquired the men’s grooming brand — Myriam Zaoui Malka is turning her attention to the women’s market.

This week, Zaoui Malka, in partnership with Dr. Loretta Ciraldo, a Florida-based dermatologist, are welding the worlds of clinical and natural skin care to bring customers Dr. Loretta, a “clean dermatologist line.” Comprised of nine products, the collection includes three regimens plus two “enhancement” items (glycolic pads and an eye gel). Prices range from $35 for a cleanser to $110 for a serum.

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