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new botanical bath and body collections featuring an exclusive herbal nutrient complex

April 3, 2008

With spring here, women are trading in their sweaters and mittens for swimsuits and miniskirts. The Healing Garden’s pulling out all the stops to revitalize and restore winter skin with new botanical bath and body collections featuring an exclusive herbal nutrient complex. Made for women who are seeking the genuine advantages of therapeutic bath and skin care products, The Healing Garden offers eight botanical collections to suit every mood and stimulate the senses. From calming lavender and relaxing chamomile to uplifting jasmine and sensual plum, women can choose exactly how they want to feel when they hit the beach, work in the garden or relax in the sun. The collection features body mists, whipped body lotions, cream bubble baths, warming body scrubs, effervescent mineral body soaks and cleansing body washes. More info: www.thehealinggarden.com
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