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The New York Times took a trip to Brooklyn to investigate the "homeopathic street cred" of the borough's natural beauty shops. They write: "Much attention has been paid to the thriving music and restaurant scenes in Brooklyn. But the borough's kitchens and warehouses are also churning out scores of beauty and grooming products." Read on for a who's who of Brooklyn skincare. [NYT]