Lifestyle brands Laneige and Ottie are launching a new line of whitening products. 

The products are designed to protect against the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays and to whiten skin tone.

The products will be available at a variety of retailers in the coming months.

Lifestyle Brands, Inc. will sell the products at its stores and online. 

The brand said that its products are made with plant-derived ingredients, including hyaluronic acid, coconut oil and zinc oxide, which are proven to help protect against UV rays. 

Laneige, which is based in the United Kingdom, and Oottie, based in Canada, have been leading the pack in the U.S. in the development of whitener products.

Both brands also have an array of beauty brands. 

“The fact that our products are so readily available in the marketplace means that they’re also widely available for women to use,” Laneige founder and CEO, Lisa Lister, said in a statement.

“Laneeing is an amazing community of women who share their love of beauty with each other and are driven to deliver innovative products that make a positive impact on people’s lives.” 

Ottie launched its product line in April 2018.

The company’s brand, Otties, launched a line of skin whitening creams in 2018. 

A spokesperson for the company said that the new line will be a “natural alternative” to those available on the market.

The product is meant to be a quick-absorbing, skin-whitening cream that has been specifically formulated to work quickly. 

 The Laneige whitening brand, which was launched in 2003, has been sold in the States and Canada. 

Read More: The new product will be the third Whitening line for the Laneige brand, after its Skin Whitening Cream, which has been on the shelves since the late 1990s, and the Whitening Face Serum, which launched in 2016. 

Oottie is a beauty brand based in Los Angeles, California, that is known for its innovative, skin whitener-friendly products.

The brand has been making skin-enhancing products for more than a decade, according to its website. 

As of December 2017, Laneige’s U.K. business was valued at £13.4 billion. 

(Source: Business Insider)