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HPS Announces License Agreement for Hair Care Products

May 9, 2007

Human Pheromone Sciences, Inc. (HPS) recently announced the signing of a license agreement with Schwarzkopf & Henkel.

Human Pheromone Sciences, Inc. (HPS) recently announced the signing of a license agreement with Schwarzkopf & Henkel. Under the terms of the agreement, HPS granted the licensee a non-exclusive worldwide license to certain HPS patents in exchange for an initial cash payment and future royalties on sales of Schwarzkopf & Henkel's got2b magnetik® hair care products.

"We are looking forward to working with Schwarzkopf & Henkel as they look to expand the use of the company's patented technology in the very exciting hair care market," a spokesperson for HPS indicated.  More info: www.naturalattraction.com.

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