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Pathways to Beauty and Well-Being Targets Consumers

November 15, 2005

Pathways to Beauty and Well-Being, the first consumer exhibition and teaching program dedicated exclusively to women’s beauty and well-being products, is set for Sept. 10-12 in New York City. The show, themed “knowledge, empowerment and fulfillment,” reported a growing roster of exhibitors and sponsors, including:
• New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies, sponsoring the Personal Growth pavilion;
• The Fragrance Foundation, sponsoring daily Fragrance Sampling workshops and offering free five-minute “flower readings” for visitors and
• An exhibitor list that includes Anastasia Beverly Hills, Aura Science, Avon, Bath & Body Works, Chanel, Citricil, Clarins, Crystal International Nails, Dermanew, Greenhouse Spa, Happy Feet, J.C. Penney, Jelly Drops, Kneipp, Nestle/Power Bar, Nivea, Origins, Panico Salon & Spa, Phyto-Life, Prescriptives, Sephora, Spa de Soleil, Sprayology and Victoria’s Secret. More info, including pre-registration: www.pathways2.com.
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