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The Crčme of Nature (CON) sector of Colomer USA, New York

November 15, 2005

The Crème of Nature (CON) sector of Colomer USA, New York, introduced the Nature’s Design collection of hairdresses for ethnic hair types, including the Moisturizing Crème Hairdress with Tea Tree & Aloe, Carrot & Vitamin E and Olive Oil & Cocoa Butter. They utilize moisturizing and conditioning ingredients to strengthen and soften relaxed, color-treated and natural hair and cost $4.29 each.
CON also launched an anti-dandruff shampoo to gently cleanse the hair and scalp and leave the hair soft, shiny and full of body without the presence of flakes or itchiness, executive said. The formula contains a blend of zinc pyrithione and dimethicone. It retails in 8.45- and 15.2-oz. bottles.
Colomer USA also repackaged its Revlon Realistic relaxers in a carton with a window showcasing a special treatment ampoule.
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