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Korres Natural Products

April 11, 2007

Korres Natural Products expanded its bath and body line to include Fig Body Butter and Fig Shower Gel. According to Korres, Fig extract is naturally high in vitamins and minerals, which makes it the perfect solution for skin left dry and damaged from the harsh winter weather.

Fig Body Butter is a rich, soothing and moisturizing cream that can be used from head to toe, and is particularly ideal for extra dry areas such as elbows, heels and knees. Fig extract tones and regenerates skin, shea butter––in combination with sunflower, almond and avocado oils––nourishes the skin, restoring its elasticity and smoothness.

Fig Shower Gel is a creamy-foam shower gel made with wheat proteins that form a protective film on the skin and maintain its natural moisture level. Active aloe––rich in vitamin C, vitamin E, zinc and antioxidant enzymes–– enhances the skin’s immune system, while reducing the visible signs of aging.

More info: www.korres.com.
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